Crime & Justice
Short security posts built by a L.A. company appear to have played a role in stopping a car involved in the deadly pedestrian crash in Times Square on Thursday afternoon.
A gang sweep resulting in nearly two dozen arrests Wednesday has been called the largest ever conducted in Los Angeles. Here's what we know about the MS-13 gang and how big this bust might be.
California's foster youth might act out because of their circumstances. But in some state shelters and group homes, they are arrested instead of counseled.
Now that LA voters have decided they want more civilians on LAPD discipline panels by passing Measure C, the city council must figure out the details of how that will work.
Authorities are conducting another search at a park in South Pasadena for clues in the disappearance of a 5-year-old boy missing for nearly a month.
Los Angeles County sheriff's officials have been searching for Aramazd Andressian Jr. since his father was found unconscious in a park on April 22.
There were 21 people arrested and others are still being sought in the largest crackdown of MS-13 ever conducted in Los Angeles.
Activists want LAPD's nearly 40-year-old directive against arrests made solely for immigrations violations amended in the face of a federal crackdown on those here illegally.
The nation's largest sheriff's department has enacted a new policy requiring deputies to address transgender and gender non-conforming people using their preferred names and pronouns, officials said Tuesday.
About 100 Los Angeles County Sheriff's deputies conducted the raid on Monday in a remote area northwest of Los Angeles. The birds seized included roosters, hens and chicks.
Compared to LA, officers in San Bernardino County shot people with signs of substance use at double the rate. But substance use stats were similar in both counties.
The commission hopes to allay fears the LAPD is working with federal immigration authorities. Some advocates say the department remains too close to ICE.
KPCC reporter Annie Gilbertson described why she began to research officer-involved shootings in San Bernardino County.
KPCC and The San Bernardino Sun teamed up to produce the first substantive examination of police shootings in the largest county in the United States. According to some of the research, county officers shot 103 people in a six-year span.
An investigation by KPCC and The San Bernardino Sun found more than 70 percent of 103 people shot by officers in San Bernardino County in a six-year period disclosed or tested positive for substance use.
An investigation by KPCC and The San Bernardino Sun found officers in San Bernardino County shoot into moving cars at nearly double the rate of neighboring Los Angeles County.