A suspect accused of murdering three men at a cemetery in Perris was arrested in Wyoming on Thursday, authorities said.
The quick actions of good Samaritans are being credited for saving the life of a woman who was violently assaulted on Sunday morning in Perris.
Residents in the city of Perris are calling for action after a rash of deadly violence.
The Riverside County Sheriff's Department has identified a 33-year-old man from Perris/Mead Valley, California as the primary suspect in the killing of three men whose bodies were found at the Perris Valley Cemetery on Feb. 17.
Three Hispanic men whose bodies were found next to a gravesite at a Perris cemetery were all killed at that location, Riverside County Sheriff Chad Bianco announced Tuesday.
Three bodies were found next to a gravesite in the city of Perris on Monday morning, the Riverside County Sheriff's Department confirmed.
Val Verde Unified Police Chief Mark Clark writes tickets to kids when he catches them doing something positive. It’s called the "Positive Citation Program."
A 5-acre wildfire erupted in Nuevo Wednesday morning prompting some evacuations, fire officials said.
Eight people were injured in a multi-car collision Tuesday evening in Perris, officials said.
Prosecutors made their case against the Riverside County couple accused of torturing their 13 children. FOX 11's Mario Ramirez reports.
Prosecutors were expected to begin making their case Wednesday against a Southern California couple suspected of starving and shackling their children in a case that drew worldwide headlines when the parents were arrested last winter.
Two young children have died after a Southern California street racer smashed into their car. FOX 11's Matt Johnson reports.
On today's show, Dr. Oz digs deeper into a case that's stunned the country. David and Louise Turpin were arrested in January after investigators said they'd been torturing and starving their 13 children for years.
Turpins face additional felony charges in court
Judge orders no contact with children in Perris torture case.
Homicide detectives could use cadaver dogs to sniff for the remains of other children in the suburban Perris "house of horrors," according to a report. FOX 11's Matt Johnson reports.
As more details emerge about the children found shackled and malnourished in Perris, there are still so many questions about the abuse of 13 siblings held captive in their parents' home. Attorney Areva Martin joined us to discuss.
FOX 11's Victoria Spilabotte reports from Perris following a press conference on the discovery of several children chained and underfed. The parents were arrested.
Law enforcement officials are investigating after discovering 12 children who claim they were held captive under lock-and-chain by their parents. FOX 11's Gigi Graciette reports.
An emaciated teen lead police to a home with a dozen children locked inside all mistreated and living in filthy conditions.