Traffic deaths in the US had fallen every year since 2005, but that trend reversed course in 2012 according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
An Arleta woman was killed when her vehicle plunged off Interstate 15 on the morning of Wednesday, May 8th. The victim was cutoff by a driver who sped from the scene.
A 27-year-old woman was killed in a three-car crash in Temecula on Monday, May 6th after a pickup truck ran a red light and decimated her car.
A limousine carrying nine women to a bachelorette party burst into flames on Saturday, May 4th. Five of the women died after they became trapped in the vehicle.
The Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) has recalled nine new products over the past couple of weeks.
A freak accident involving a motorcyclist and two bicyclists was caught on tape on Saturday, April 27th on Mulholland Highway near Los Angeles.
Two Cessna 172s collided in midair on Monday, April 29th. One of the planes crashed into the mountains in Calbasas, killing the pilot and sole occupant.
A Los Angeles jury has ruled that Takeda Pharmaceutical, the maker of diabetes drug Actos, was liable for failing to adequately warn patients that Actos can cause cancer.
A Southern California Edison (SCE) worker was killed and three other workers were injured in an industrial accident at a Menifee electrical substation on the morning of Thursday, April 25th.
A six-car crash on the northbound Interstate 405 required all lanes to be shutdown near Crenshaw Boulevard in Torrance late Tuesday, April 23rd.