Crime & Justice
The brother of the male attacker in the 2015 San Bernardino mass shooting that left 14 dead pleaded guilty Tuesday to immigration fraud.
Baca was first tried on obstruction of justice and conspiracy charges last month, but the case ended in a mistrial because jurors could not come to a consensus. Eleven of the 12 wanted to acquit him on the charges. The new trial will begin Feb. 21.
The department has just 10 mental evaluation teams. Response times often top half an hour. Supervisors OK'ed a plan to expand the number to 23, and create a 24-hour triage desk.
Claiming responsibility for altering the Hollywood sign on New Year's Day, he turns himself in to LAPD. Police arrested and booked him on a misdemeanor trespassing charge before releasing him. A court hearing was set for mid-February.
Four people were shot, two fatally, in an attack at a vigil honoring a person killed last month.
Los Angeles International Airport Police are deploying extra resources in terminals to beef up security in response to a shooting at Ft. Lauderdale's international airport.
Up until 2014, crime in the city had been falling. But for the past two years, robberies, aggravated assaults and murders have been on the rise. Criminologists can't say for certain what's behind the increase, and they say crime overall remains at historic lows.
Shiloh Heavenly Quine is the first U.S. inmate to receive state-funded sex-reassignment surgery. Quine was convicted of first-degree murder and has no possibility of parole.
An L.A. County Superior Court judge found that prosecutors have provided evidence that one of the witnesses, whose name has been kept secret, could be in danger.
The same prosecutors that got Raymond Lee Jennings convicted in 2009 have submitted a request this week to overturn the ruling based on newly discovered evidence.
Locals only! Never has that phrase been more appropriate than in Lunada Bay on the Palos Verdes Peninsula.
Investigations show that before the fatal standoff with officers, the suspect had shot and wounded two people in a nearby apartment. They are now in fair condition.
The founder of Bikram yoga was ordered to turn over the proceeds from his business to go toward a $6.8 million sexual harassment and wrongful termination lawsuit.
That number is similar to previous years in Los Angeles County. But nationwide data suggests the number of fatal police shootings in the region is particularly high.
Across California, police are grappling with the best way to handle millions of hours of video recorded by officers. The Pasadena PD decided to prohibit the release of footage to the public. Now it's changed its mind.
The California Legislature is lawyering up in preparation for the next four years under Donald Trump - and the person they’ve hired is a familiar name: Eric H. Holder Jr.