Earthquakes cannot be predicted, but they can always be prepared for. Officials with the United States Geological Survey encourage Los Angeles County residents to see recent quakes as a reminder that they should be ready for the next "big one."
The second of two recent earthquakes shook Los Angeles County Monday morning. The 4.4-magnitude earthquake was followed by several smaller aftershocks. Know what to do and how to keep your family safe in an earthquake.
Santa Clarita residents interested in learning life-saving emergency skills can sign up for the city’s Community Emergency Response Training, or CERT, program classes to be held in April, city of Santa Clarita officials announced Monday.
With two rainstorms forecast for the second half of this week, Sheriff's Department deputies and Southern California Edison officials are warning residents of potential safety hazards on the road and in the home.
Super Bowl Sunday is a time for fun and games, but the California Highway Patrol has teamed up with U.S. Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the National Football League, and TEAM (Techniques for Effective Alcohol Management) to warn fans against drinking and driving.