Crime & Justice
The San Bernardino City Unified School District identified the 9-year-old student as Nolan Brandy. A statement from the district says the boy's parents are happy to say he is "recovering well."
After sideswiping cars and spinning out on a freeway shoulder, a road rage suspect who led authorities on a high-speed chase through Southern California has been arrested.
The attorney general urged federal prosecutors to intensify their focus on immigration crimes such as illegal border crossing or smuggling others into the U.S.
The man who opened fire in a San Bernardino elementary school classroom, killing his wife and a student before taking his own life, previously made threats after he and his separated and she moved out, police said Tuesday.
A female teacher is dead and two students wounded after a shooting in a classroom at North Park Elementary, in what is believed to be a murder-suicide, officials said.
Employees and shoppers were inside the store Sunday night when the man showed up, but he never fired any shots.
Police say the driver was trying to exit his parking spot when he reversed too forcefully, hopping a curb and plowing in the group. They say he then drove across the parking lot and crashed into the side of a building.
Three juvenile girls discovered during a probation search at a San Gabriel motel told police they were forced into prostitution.
Lawmakers passed a bill Thursday to prohibit law enforcement from detaining a crime victim or witness for a suspected or actual immigration violation.
Los Angeles police say they confiscated jewelry, designer purses and other stolen items from a watch repair shop near USC. They've posted photos to help connect it with the rightful owners.
The agreement compels the Sheriff's Department to implement a wide range of reforms. Attorney General Jeff Sessions ordered a review of all such agreements.
Hate is on the rise in U.S. schools. For students and educators, that means finding new ways to promote tolerance and inclusion.
Federal authorities have raided a Los Angeles-area business they say cheated a U.S. government visa program to obtain green cards for wealthy Chinese investors.
Hate crimes reported in the city of Los Angeles increased by 15 percent in 2016, a new report from California State University, San Bernardino shows.
The raid was carried out by a financial crime task force that includes agents with ICE, the IRS and the California bureau of gambling control. No arrests were reported.
A 2015 agreement was designed to reform deputies' behavior after the Justice Department found they had engaged in a pattern of unconstitutional misconduct.