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2 Killed When Corvette Slams Into Tree, Bursts Into Flames

SANTA CLARITA (CBSLA.com) — A Corvette club’s drive through the Angeles National Forest took a turn for the tragic Saturday.

Two people were killed when one of the drivers lost control while maneuvering a curve in the Angeles National Forest and the Corvette slammed into a tree. 132 more words


Long Beach High School Student Who Died Trying to Save Friend at Hermit Falls Mourned at Vigil

Family and friends gathered at an Army recruiting center in Long Beach on Thursday night to honor a Long Beach Polytechnic High School senior who died “a hero” on Wednesday as… 532 more words

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Teen Dies Trying to Save Friend After Jumping Off 50-Foot Hermit Falls; 2 Others Injured

An 18-year-old high school student from Signal Hill died Wednesday while trying to save a friend who couldn’t swim after the pair jumped from the top of Hermit Falls in the Angeles National Forest, according to witnesses. 536 more words

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7 Mile Hike to Icehouse Saddle - Angeles National Forest/Cucamonga Wilderness

What better way to celebrate Easter weekend than to get out in nature. Jacob and I drove about 1.5 hours to the trailhead of Icehouse Canyon in Angeles National forest on Saturday to begin our hike. 337 more words


No Victims Found Near Angeles National Forest Crash Site

GLENDORA (CBSLA.com) — Authorities searched a rugged area near where a car was found crashed in the Angeles National Forest, north of Glendora, but found no victims. 93 more words


Hiking 9 Miles in Santa Anita Canyon - Angeles National Forest

We went hiking up in Angeles National Forest last weekend.  We decided to take the Santa Anita canyon loop through Stuyvesant Falls, Spruce Grove Campground, Mt. 279 more words


This 'forest' seems lacking of trees

TONTO NATIONAL FOREST, Ariz. — Can you call anything a forest, even when it lacks trees?

I think you can. My wife and I drove through a place today that is called “Tonto National Forest,” but to be candid, what we saw for much of our lengthy drive looked nothing like a forest as I understand the term. 216 more words