Las Vegas stabbing suspect ID'd after 2 killed, 6 wounded
An attacker with a large kitchen knife killed two people and wounded six others in stabbings along the Las Vegas Strip before he was arrested, police said.
Woman mails check to IRS, has it returned with all ink vanished
It seems like something out of a spy novel: A woman mailed a check to the IRS, only to have it returned to her completely blank! Here's what happened.
Man's bank account drained without approval, fraud report denied
Imagine money being deducted from your bank account that you didn't authorize, and you can't get it back.
Average SoCal gas prices see largest decreases since early August
The average price of a gallon of self-serve regular gasoline in Los Angeles and Orange counties recorded their largest decreases since Aug. 6 Friday, two days after rising to record highs.
Spectator hit by driver during street takeover in Buena Park
Orange County saw several street takeovers overnight, including a violent incident that was caught on camera in Buena Park.
2 killed, 6 hurt in Vegas stabbings; suspect ID'd
Two people are dead and three are in critical condition from a series of stabbings in Las Vegas.
Stockton killings happened in dark areas where cameras were scant
Authorities in California's Central Valley are investigating what they believe is a series of killings that has claimed the lives of six people since last year.
Family can reopen 'Stranger Things' display after complaint
Following complaints by a neighbor, the family behind a popular Halloween display based on the hit series "Stranger Things" has been given the green light to reopen.
2022 MLB playoffs: Our predictions from the wild-card games through...
Which team will be the last one standing? Our MLB experts give their predictions on which teams will win each series in October.
California inflation relief checks go out starting Friday
Millions of qualifying Californians will receive up to $1,050 as part of the state's Middle Class Tax Refund program. The first round of payments are set to go out Friday.
US hiring stayed solid in September as employers add 263,000
America's employers slowed their hiring in September but still added a solid 263,000 jobs - a dose of encouraging news that may mean the Federal Reserve's drive to cool the job market and ease inflation is starting to make progress
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