Thousands of people are fleeing their homes in Southern California on Thursday as numerous wildfires have broken out.
"This is May, this is unbelievable. This is something we should see in October," said Carlsbad fire chief Michael Davies according to BBC News.
While there have been no fatalities reported yet, Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. declared a state of emergency in the County of San Diego on Wednesday. more >>
A family cat in Bakersfield, California is now being hailed as a hero after it aggressively interrupted a vicious attack on the son of its owners by a dog and chased it away until help arrived.
Video of the incredible rescue according to ABC 23, shows 4-year-old Jeremy, who has mild autism, playing on his bicycle until the neighbor's 8-month-old Labrador/chow mix sneaks up behind him and begins to bite his leg. Almost as fast as the attack began, however, the family cat named Tara is shown plowing into the dog and chasing it away.
According to young Jeremy: "Tara is my hero." more >>
Three women have come forward in the case involving the former director and owner of a rehab facility linked to the Rock Church in San Diego, California, alleging groping, sexual comments and intimidation.
Three of the plaintiffs in the civil lawsuit described their experience with David Powers, who used to run ABC Sober Living, while they stayed at one of his facilities, Soledad House, during a press conference last week.
The Los Angeles Dodgers' wives plan to continue investing their efforts into a series of monthly outreach projects in partnership with The Dream Center, a volunteer-led organization that provides for the needs of 80,000 people each month.
"We are forever grateful for this partnership with the Dodgers. They are just not coming out to hand out a bag of food, they are coming out to invest into the needs of the community," Pastor Matthew Barnett, co-founder of The Dream Center told The Christian Post.
The idea for the partnership started when Ellen Kershaw, wife of Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw and a few other wives wanted to broaden their community outreach efforts. more >>
Michael B. Jordan, known for his role in "The Wire" and "Friday Night Lights," and more recently "Fruitvale Station" and the upcoming "Fantastic Four" movies, recently shared that he grew up in church and has "always believed in a higher power."
"Spiritual. Hands down. Grew up in church," Jordan, 27, told Essence.com when asked about his religious leanings. "I've always been the person to ask, 'Why, why, why? Where's the proof?' I've always believed in a higher power, something bigger than myself. I think you would be foolish to not feel that way."
When asked for a proverb, quote or scripture that he often turns to, the award-winning actor stated that he often looks to Psalm 91 and Psalm 23, the latter a consistent favorite among Bible readers. Jordan also mentioned that his eventual day of departure keeps him motivated to "make a difference" in the world and to do something that ensures that he is never forgotten. more >>
A television content watchdog group lauded the cancellation of the Fox sitcom series "Dads" after only one season.
The Parents Television Council released a statement last week supporting the move to cancel the program due to its graphic content. PTC President Tim Winter called the decision to cancel the show "a victory for families."
"The program, which aired during early evening hours when children are likely to be in the viewing audience, featured references to and depiction of semen, as well as references to masturbation," stated Winter. more >>