Crime & Justice
It's the only one of its kind in a major city, created to protect these prisoners from the violence and harassment they might face in the general population side of the jail.
Supervisors say red-tape prevents less traditional non-profits, like Homeboy Industries, from getting funding to help teens turn their lives around.
A second alleged gang member has been charged in the killing of a 21-year-old vet, who was killed at a homecoming party in Sylmar after returning from military service.
Typhoon Restaurant Inc. and owner Brian Vidor were charged with serving meat from the endangered Sei whale to undercover investigators at a Santa Monica restaurant.
A Modesto man was sentenced to five years probation for defacing two murals believed to have been created by street artists Banksy.
The marriage license obtained Monday by The Associated Press was issued Nov. 7 for the 80-year-old Manson and Afton Elaine Burton, who left her Midwestern home nine years ago to be near him.
A judge Monday sentenced Javier Bolden, 22, to life in prison without parole for his role in the 2012 murders of two USC grad students from China.
Police say the suspect had a gun and nearly struck an officer while speeding away from the scene of a traffic stop.
Animal care officers are accused of slitting the throat of a buck found with its leg impaled on a fence in Anaheim Hills.
Deputies opened fire during a traffic stop early Sunday morning.
Police departments are bracing for large demonstrations when a grand jury decides whether to indict the white police officer who killed an unarmed black teenage.
A report analyzing survey responses from 500 LAPD employees shows they feel discipline is inconsistent and biased depending on gender, race, and rank.
Authorities have captured a fugitive wanted for four Los Angeles murders after a detective spotted his photo on Facebook. He was taken into custody on Thursday.
A former UCLA student has pleaded not guilty to stealing nearly 60 laptop computers from campus. Seyed Hesari entered pleas on Thursday.
L.A. Unified said its decision was the result of comments attorney W. Keith Wyatt made to KPCC on Thursday.
Two women convicted of fatally kicking and beating a 23-year-old woman in a brawl outside a nightclub were each sentenced to six years in prison on Friday.