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Child Dies in Drunk Driving Accident in Temecula

Posted on September 20, 2013

A 6-year-old boy was killed on Sunday in an alcohol-related crash, according to officials in the Southern California area. The accident happened around 5 p.m. at the intersection of Main and Pujol streets in Temecula, according to the Riverside County Fire Department said. The unidentified boy reportedly ran into the street from behind a parked […]

Teacher Dies After Hiking Accident in the Sierra Nevada

Posted on August 29, 2013

Friends mourned on Saturday the loss of a longtime Southern California high school teacher and running coach who died after falling 150 feet off a mountain ridge in the Sierra Nevada. Pat Hadley died on Thursday in a fall on a rugged hillside in the Inyo National Forest, coroner’s officials said. Jim Bell, the principal […]

Unborn Baby and Mother Killed in Crash in Winnetka

Posted on July 29, 2013

A woman and her unborn baby were killed Thursday in a car crash in Winnetka. The accident took place before 5:30 p.m. at Corbin Avenue at Hart Street in the city of Winnetka in Southern California. The woman, identified as Sandra Escobedo, and her unborn baby, which was believed to be about 6-7 months old […]

Cal State Northridge Alum Honored After Motorcycle Accident Cost him his Life

Posted on June 3, 2013

Jesse Wilkes, a California State University at Northridge alumnus, died in a motorcycle accident on April 27.  He was 27-years-old at the time of his death. He had recently graduated, in 2012 after the spring semester, with a degree in Cinema and Television Arts in the multimedia option that Northridge offers students. “Jesse lived and […]

Wildfire in California Could Still Worsen

Posted on May 2, 2013

In the San Bernardino foothills, the small town of Banning is currently experiencing an intense wildfire. Though firefighters were able to calm it yesterday, the future weather conditions may expunge their progress and expand the flames. Currently the fire rests in a 4 ½ mile area and has only claimed one house. There have been […]

Child Molester Sentenced To Die In Prison

Posted on December 6, 2012

For years, society has tried to figure out what to do with the most perverted members of humanity who inflict harm on innocent children. A criminal judge in Southern California has the answer. An Orange County judge told a convicted child molester last week that he should die in prison, and then did everything he […]

405 Freeway Finished Ahead of Schedule

Posted on October 1, 2012

The Carmageddon II weekend has come and past. Southern California residents were apprehensively awaiting the brief closure of part of the Interstate 405. Los Angeles residents were encouraged to stay off the freeways and to participate in other recreational activities such as riding bikes and hiking. While many individuals participated in other travelling alternatives, the […]

Three-Vehicle Car Accident Causes 2 Deaths and At Least 4 Injuries

Posted on September 4, 2012

Following a long and eventful weekend, the day after Labor Day can always jolt everybody back into reality. While commuters get back on the road and while other families travel back home from vacation, the freeways can get fairly crowded and the possibility of accidents increases. Most individuals spend the Labor Day weekend trying to […]

Southern California Hit with Earthquake Swarm

Posted on August 28, 2012

California has been shaking with hundreds of small earthquakes. Since Sunday morning, August 26, a swarm of earthquakes shook the Imperial County, sparking speculation from California residents that a bigger earthquake will be soon to come. However, experts have rejected the assumption and have said that there is no evidence that a bigger earthquake will […]

Earthquakes Rattle Southern California

Posted on August 8, 2012

Earthquakes are a part of living in Southern California. Unfortunately, earthquakes cause a lot of damage. In the last 24 hours, there has been quite a bit of seismic activity in the Orange County area. An earthquake measuring 4.5 in magnitude rocked Orange County at 9:33 a.m. Wednesday, according to preliminary earthquake reports.

Vandalism Found on Chick-fil-A Store

Posted on August 3, 2012

The protests and protests-against-protests have made big headlines involving Chick-fil-A. The fast food restaurant, famous for its Southern style chicken sandwiches, has voiced its opinion on gay marriage, leading activists and loyal customers to speak out for or against Chick-fil-A.

Hazing Goes Too Far, Teacher and Students Arrested

Posted on June 25, 2012

Hazing seems to be a taboo when it comes to schools, social clubs, and sporting events. While hazing rituals can be a bonding quality to help initiate new comers into a club, many times it can get out of hand. Many schools and clubs ban any kind of hazing, refusing to get involved in any […]

U.S. Commerce Secretary Causes Car Accidents, Found Unconscious

Posted on June 11, 2012

Being a careful driver does not necessarily mean you will be safe on the road. Sometimes there are other distracted, negligent drivers out there who just may cause an unwanted accident. Obeying all the traffic rules and being a vigilant driver sadly does not protect you from outside dangers. When out on the road, you […]

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