Crime & Justice
Los Angeles has settled a lawsuit that alleged City Councilman Jose Huizar sexually harassed a former aide. The suit has been dismissed.Add your comments
Beverly Hills police were called to the home of Donald Sterling after his wife Shelly reported a burglary, but found no crime.
A hit-and-run has killed 101-year-old Los Angeles man Jose Noriega, according to a news release from the L.A. Police Department. A suspect was taken into custody.
A Civil War-era law, which encourages whistleblowers to turn in their employers, has been successful at exposing corporate fraud.
Prosecutors say Michael Dunn shot with intent to kill when he fired 10 times into an SUV carrying 17-year-old Jordan Davis and three of his friends in November 2012.
Covina police say 28-year-old Officer Jordan Corder ran into an SUV and was thrown from his motorcycle onto the road. He was declared dead at a hospital soon after.
The Sheriff's Department said Wednesday that no arrests will be made after what appeared to be a domestic altercation at the residence of Bell Gardens mayor Daniel Crespo ended in his death.
A police officer has died after a collision with a vehicle while on patrol on a motorcycle in a Los Angeles County suburb. The officer's name has not been released.
Bell Gardens' mayor Daniel Crespo has been shot during a domestic dispute; police are holding his wife, Levette, who allegedly shot him several times.
A funeral home is suing the Archdiocese of Los Angeles for at least $250 million, alleging the archdiocese wants to cheat it out of business.
An attorney for Brian Stow has sued the Dodgers again, claiming it is trying to recoup $3.4 million in insurance payments from Stow for his medical care.
The law permits the confiscation of guns from those deemed a danger to themselves or others. It was crafted in the wake of last May's murder rampage in Isla Vista.
Police arrested Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps on a DUI charge early Tuesday, and officials say he was speeding and failed field sobriety tests.
Governor Jerry Brown vetoes a bill that would have required California law enforcement to secure a warrant in order to use drones for surveillance assignments.
Hillary Schwartz was charged Sept. 10 with involuntary manslaughter and criminal trespass and could face a combined sentence of up to 11 years in prison if convicted.
The bill's author has said it will begin a paradigm shift in how college campuses in California prevent and investigate sexual assaults.