Crime & Justice
Some patients of the LAC+USC neurosurgery clinic had their information stolen when an employee's car was broken into on July 8.Add your comments
The LAPD task force concentrated on areas along Sepulveda Boulevard and Lankershim Boulevard where prostitution has gone on for many years.
An 11-year-old boy found dead in his mother's closet last week had been the subject of multiple reports to child welfare authorities.
David Coborubio was not the man authorities were looking for but a struggle occurred during the search and an FBI agent fired his weapon.
Sheriff's deputies say Donta Taylor pointed a gun at them but investigators haven't found the weapon.
Judge Aaron Persky's six-month jail sentence for a former Stanford student convicted of sexually assaulting an unconscious woman continues to cast a shadow over his career.
One former Mail Handlers Union executive allegedly stole more than 150 mobile phones and traded them through a website.
Ramen will buy anything from smuggled fruit to laundry services from fellow inmates. It's not just that it's tasty: Prisoners say they're not getting enough food.
First Amendment Coalition wants a Superior Court judge to order the city to conduct another search for boxes of files that the former city councilman's staff had asked to be destroyed last year as he left office.
Deputies shot and killed a man who pointed a gun at them on Thursday night, according to the L.A. County Sheriff's Department. Few other details were available.
Prosecutors want a federal judge to rule on Baca's mental competence rather than have it looming over the jail abuse case as it heads toward a Dec. 6 trial date.
A federal appeals court ordered the civil lawsuit against an Anaheim police officer who shot and killed an unarmed man to be retried because of improper evidence.
Cordero Ducksworth says he barely remembers his father, Roman, who died in 1962. And he didn't learn the circumstances of his death for almost 30 years. Now, he's fighting for justice.
The LAPD wants to hire liaisons as a comforting resource for the families of people shot by police. Despite the program's limits, one grieving mom supports the idea.
Some talk of a bright, quiet, respectful boy. Others see a gang member who carried a gun. An anti-gang worker says many arm themselves out of fear.
The illegal drug trade in California prisons is nothing new.