Carrie Fisher had a drug cocktail in her system when she died in late December after going into cardiac arrest aboard an LAX-bound flight.
"Star Wars" star and author Carrie Fisher died of sleep apnea and other caused, the Los Angeles County coroner's office concludes.
Will Harrison Ford be there? Everything to know about Saturday's public memorial for Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds
A public memorial for Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds, who died one day apart in December 2016, is being held Saturday at Forest Lawn Memorial Park -- Hollywood Hills. Here's what you need to know.
The ceremony honoring mother-daughter duo Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher will be held at Forest Lawn-Hollywood Hills, the storied cemetery that is their final resting place.
Carrie Fisher's bestselling books went beyond Hollywood glitz to her darkest days with her signature no-nonsense wit.
In her unflinching 'The Princess Diarist,' Carrie Fisher revisits her Princess Leia days and her affair with Harrison Ford
In a revealing memoir, Carrie Fisher revisits her early Princess Leia days, when she had a secret affair with (married) co-star Harrison Ford
Carrie Fisher is spending Christmas in intensive care, but is in stable condition, mom Debbie Reynolds says
“Star Wars” actress Carrie Fisher was spending Christmas in intensive care at UCLA Medical Center after suffering a “cardiac episode.”
The new documentary 'Bright Lights’ peels back the curtain on Carrie Fisher's legendary Hollywood family
“Bright Lights: Starring Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds,” is a refreshingly honest depiction of a mother and daughter.
This interview from the Times archives features Carrie Fisher interviewing fellow actor Steve Martin about his 1999 film "Bowfinger."
Q&A: Debbie Reynolds and Carrie Fisher discuss Hollywood families, not-so-fictional novels — and baby Billie's there to chaperone
The Los Angeles Times interviewed Fisher and her mother, actress Debbie Reynolds, in 1994 about Hollywood families and Fisher’s autobiographical novel.
Carrie Fisher talked to Times Staff Writer Nikki Finke about image and addiction after the publication of her first novel “Postcards from the Edge” in 1987.