A wealthy Texas teenager was detained in Mexico along with his mother, weeks after holding a "going-away party" before he fled probation for a deadly drunk-driving crash, officials said Tuesday.
Running back Tyrone Wheatley and quarterback Mark Brunell, opponents in the 1992 and 1993 Rose Bowl Games, will be among four men inducted into the Rose Bowl Hall of Fame Wednesday.
Mark Salling, best known for his role as Noah "Puck" Puckerman on the hit TV show "Glee," was arrested today at his Sunland home for alleged possession of child pornography, Los Angeles police said.
StandWithUs' "Festival Of Lights" gala marked 14 years of the nonprofit Israel education organization's growth and achievements. Resident and Holocaust survivor David Wiener was among the honorees.
Warner Bros. Pictures announced today that Christopher Nolan will direct "Dunkirk," an action thriller set during the legendary evacuation of the northern French city during World War II.
Southern California Gas Co. officials said today they have found a natural gas well that has been sending large quantities of methane into the atmosphere near the Porter Ranch neighborhood for the past two months, and can now move on to the next stage of stopping the leak.
The Beverly Hills Police are warning of a vehicle collision scam targeting drivers in the City after reports from citizens that they were victims of the scam.
A businessman claiming part ownership in a company Michael Jackson created testified today the late singer could have earned up to $1 billion in a career comeback.
"Star Wars: The Force Awakens" posted the biggest second-weekend box office total ever recorded in North America, raking in more than $153 million in the United States and Canada, according to box office figures released today.