One person was arrested for allegedly making a bomb threat at a Laguna Niguel Metrolink station Saturday.
The suspect threatened to throw up the Laguna Niguel Metrolink station.
A 36-year-old woman was found dead in a Laguna Niguel hotel. Deputies believe she was murdered, and are now searching for her car, which they believe was stolen.
It's a photo fitting for a horror film -- a pole went right through a car windshield.
A lawsuit accuses SoCal Edison of creating a “perfect storm” that ultimately led to the Laguna Niguel fire that destroyed 20 homes last week.
Fire officials said they anticipate a challenging fire season during a news conference Thursday.
An Orange County teen is at the center of controversy after a "promposal" surfacing on social media contained a racially-insensitive message.
David Chou, the man accused of opening fire on parishioners at Irvine Taiwanese Presbyterian Church because of his political hatred of Taiwan dubbed himself a "destroying" angel in a seven-volume diary sent to a newspaper before the attack, the paper said Wednesday.
A massive fire, called the "Coastal Fire," engulfed more than a dozen multimillion-dollar mansions near the Laguna Hills area in Orange County.
A Laguna Niguel family saw their home get destroyed by the Coastal Fire while watching FOX News' coverage of Wednesday's blaze. As the family is in the process of a rebuild, they vow to fly the U.S. flag that firefighters were able to salvage from the fire.
FOX 11's Christina Gonzalez was in Laguna Niguel as families returning from the evacuation orders are picking up the pieces after their homes caught on fire.
Fire officials say some returned to Laguna Niguel after being ordered to evacuate -- only to see their homes have been destroyed.
Two firefighters have been injured while fighting the blaze.
FOX 11's Ed Laskos was in Laguna Niguel surveying the destructive path left by the Coastal Fire.
Fire officials said at least 20 multimillion-dollar mansions have been destroyed after a fire erupted in Orange County. Laguna Niguel city officials said 900 homes are under evacuation orders.
Officials give an update on the Coastal Fire more than 24 hours after the massive blaze engulfed Laguna Niguel neighborhoods.
Some parts of Southern California remain under a Smoke Advisory Thursday due to the Coastal Fire burning in Laguna Niguel.
“It’s shocking to me to see their homes like this,” Fred Minager said in disbelief. “There’s nothing to salvage. There’s nothing. Everything is burned. I can’t even recognize it.”
At least 20 homes in Laguna Niguel were destroyed by a brush fire that spread rapidly amid strong winds, and crews continue to battle the flames on Thursday.
Southern California Edison has advised state utility regulators that unspecified electrical “circuit activity” occurred around the time a destructive wildfire erupted in the coastal community of Laguna Niguel.