Governor Newsom Issues Statement On Death Of Los Angeles FirefighterOn Thursday Governor Newsom issued a statement on the Los Angeles firefighter, Jonathan Flagler, who lost his life in a house fire in Rancho Palos Verdes, said the Governor's Office.
Eleven People Reported Dead In CHP Holiday Weekend Traffic ReportCalifornia Highway Patrol has released the traffic report for the holiday weekend.
Deaths From Dementia Have More Than Doubled In US, Report SaysDementia not only affects memory and quality of life, it can be fatal. A report released Thursday by the National Center for Health Statistics shows that the rate of Americans who died from dementia has more than doubled from 30.5 deaths per 100,000 people in 2000 to 66.7 in 2017.
Sheriff: Multiple Deaths In Shooting At Texas ChurchA man opened fire inside of a church in a small South Texas community on Sunday, killing multiple people and wounding others before being "taken down," authorities said.
Former Major Leaguer Jim Piersall Dies At 87, Red Sox SayFormer major leaguer Jim Piersall, who bared his soul about his struggles with mental illness in his book "Fear Strikes Out," has died. He was 87.
Two Dead, Five Injured in Los Angeles County Hit-and-Run Crash
2 Spanish Motorcycle Racers Killed In Crash At Mazda Raceway At Laguna SecaTwo Spanish racers were killed in a chain-reaction crash on the first lap of a World Superbike race at Mazda Raceway at Laguna Seca.
Police: Man Admits To Killing Parents, Two Sons And Family DogPolice say Nicolas Holzer called 911 and calmly said he had killed his family members.
BART Changes Safety Procedures Following Worker DeathsBay Area Rapid Transit officials have stopped a practice that made employee teams solely responsible for their own safety on the commuter rail line's tracks.
Fans: Despite Last Week's Tragedy, Racing Must Continue At Marysville TrackThe families of two people killed at a Marysville raceway a week ago say they want the racing season to go on as normal.
U.S. Highway Deaths Fall To Lowest Level Since 1949Highway deaths have fallen to levels not seen since the Korean War, helped by more people wearing seat belts, better safety equipment in cars and efforts to curb drunken driving.