Grand Princess Passengers, Crew Members Test Positive For Coronavirus; Will Not Be Docking In San FranciscoPassengers and crew members aboard the Grand Princess have tested positive for the coronavirus and will not be porting in San Francisco, Vice President Mike Pence announced Friday.
'Celebration Of Life' Memorial For Kobe Bryant, Daughter & Other Crash VictimsMore than 100,000 people tried to get tickets to the memorial.
Brooklyn-Native Rapper Pop Smoke Killed During Break-InLos Angeles Police say several men entered a home where he was staying and at least one gunman opened fire.
NTSB: No Sign Of Engine Failure In Kobe Bryant Chopper CrashA preliminary report by the NTSB now reveals the wreckage shows no signs the helicopter had an engine failure.
Coroner Officially IDs Victims In Kobe Bryant Crash InvestigationThe Los Angeles County coroner’s office Tuesday officially identified Kobe Bryant as one of the victims of Sunday’s helicopter crash in Calabasas that left nine people dead.
2 Dead, Suspect In Custody After Shooting At High School In Southern CaliforniaTwo students were killed and three others wounded when a suspect - now in custody - opened fire at Saugus High School in Santa Clarita, Calif.
NCAA Board Approves Athlete Compensation For Image, LikenessSome college sports leaders fear allowing athletes to earn outside income could open the door to corruption.
California Declares State Of Emergency Over Wildfires, Extreme WindsCalifornia’s governor declared a statewide emergency Sunday after officials ordered nearly 200,000 people to leave their homes as hurricane-force winds drove multiple wildfires through bone-dry vegetation.
102-Year-Old Woman Dies, DirecTV Sends Her Family 'Early Termination' FeeAs Albright’s family was packing up her belongings, DirecTV stunned them with a $160 “early termination” bill, saying the 102-year-old breached her cable contract – by dying.
U.S. Citizen Arrested In California, Charged With Spying For ChinaA U.S. citizen has been arrested for allegedly spying for the People's Republic of China, the Justice Department and FBI announced Monday.
NYC Professor Says California Bill Allowing College Athletes To Get Paid Could Cause Domino EffectThe NCAA is anything but pleased and had asked lawmakers to veto the bill.