Crime & Justice
A man who shot two deputies Thursday night in Bellflower, leaving them critically wounded, has been caught and is now in custody, sheriff's officials said Friday.
Three officers from the Burbank Police Department responded to calls of a man causing a disturbance.
Long Beach police officers said they believed Tyler Woods was reaching for a gun in his waistband and shot him 19 times as he climbed on top of a roof following a foot chase.
A large portion of car parts stolen recently have been from the Toyota Prius. How come? These particular models come with more valuable materials in the converter.
The number of incidents dropped slightly in California in recent years, despite several high-profile incidents on college campuses.
A judge in Los Angeles has ordered a convicted killer freed after prosecutors said they have new doubts that he killed a college student 16 years ago.
In a 4-3 decision, the court decided that the University of Texas' "race-conscious admissions program" is constitutional.
The district attorney's office plans to ask a judge on Thursday to release Raymond Jennings on his own recognizance while it investigates.
The Los Angeles City Council Wednesday approved a $69.6 million plan to place body worn cameras on 7,000 Los Angeles patrol officers by the end of 2017.
The 25-year-old Anaheim men concocted a scheme last year for Elhuzayel to fly to the Middle East to fight for the Islamic State, federal officials said.
Earlier this year, the City Council balked at a $58 million dollar price tag for the camera system. A new report suggests savings from lawsuits could offset the cost.
Federal prosecutors want former L.A. Sheriff Lee Baca to serve six months in prison. Defense attorneys argue his Alzheimer's and reformer legacy warrant a lighter sentence.
A suspicious fire broke out early Sunday morning at a boarding stable near a river in Montebello.
A vigil is being held at Mariachi Plaza in Boyle Heights Friday at 6 p.m. to honor the victims, following a slew of other vigils across Los Angeles.
The Armslist website, and others like it, are coming under increased scrutiny by law enforcement, gun control advocates and researchers as debate over access to these kinds of weapons heats up.