Crime & Justice
California's Supreme Court is set to decide whether a mandatory criminal sentence of 50 years to life for a juvenile convicted of a killing violated the constitution.
Sheriff's Deputy Trina Schrader says Jose Luis Chavez was taken into custody by SWAT officers early Thursday at a home in La Puente.
Inspectors have found that more than a third of the 17 prisons inspected since last year are still providing poor care.
Jace's 10-year-old son says he heard his father tell his mother she should "run to heaven" before shooting her twice.
Opening statements are expected to begin Tuesday in the trial of Michael Jace, who is accused of shooting and killing his wife.
The 78-year-old actor faces up to 10 years in prison if convicted of violating the accuser while she was impaired, unconscious or could not give consent.
A federal judge is set to get an update on ongoing settlement talks Tuesday in the Volkswagen emissions cheating scandal after announcing a tentative deal last month.
The West Covina police officer approached a man on a bicycle and the exchange led to a gunfight between the two. Authorities are searching the area.
The K-9 officer was admitted to the hospital on Saturday and underwent emergency surgery, but was unable to recover. He was retired from duty two years ago after being shot.
The crew is responsible for 24 bank robberies dating back to November of 2015, according to police, adding the robbers have become more aggressive with each robbery.
Mexico's Foreign Relations Department ruled Friday that the extradition of convicted drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman to the United States can go forward.
About 20 percent of all women riding Metro report some form of harassment while on a train or bus.
Authorities offered up to $100,000 for information leading to the arrest of Philip Patrick Policarpio of Los Angeles and Luis Macedo of suburban Chicago.
The union claims two senior officers on the LAPD Board of Rights, a three-person panel charged with deciding discipline cases, are beholden to the chief and are unduly influenced by him.
Santa Ana City Council members on Tuesday voted to allow its contract for holding immigration detainees to expire in 2020. Now it needs a new way to pay off its debt.