A gunman who fired several shots at a pair of Southern California police officers, hitting one, was booked Thursday on suspicion of attempted murder.
Californians voted for Prop 36, allowing the release of three-strikers convicted of non-violent, non-serious crimes. KQED's Michael Montgomery followed three as they left prison.
A security guard at a medical marijuana dispensary in unincorporated Los Angeles County has been shot while trying to prevent a robbery at the business.
The gunman who allegedly shot an Inglewood police officer and holed up with two hostages was taken into custody Wednesday evening after a standoff.
A judge in Las Vegas rejected O.J. Simpson's bid for a new trial on Tuesday, dashing the former football star's bid for freedom.
Authorities on Tuesday identified a woman whose body parts were found at two Los Angeles County water treatment plants, but there was still no word on how she died.
UCLA PD says the judge stood in the roadway and refused to get back in his car. The judge claims he was thrown roughly into the back seat and that the cuffs were too tight. Read the complaint here.
Brown's attorneys successfully argued that he should not be forced to leave anger management rehabilitation in Los Angeles and travel to D.C. days later.
A key witness in a burglary case who vanished for three days - leaving behind his dog and a bloody leash - tells L.A. police he was hiding after an attack by strangers.
Los Angeles International Airport is getting back to normal Saturday after a car crash caused delays, evacuations and confusion Friday night outside Terminal 5.
The TSA officer killed during a shooting at LAX was shot 12 times causing major organ damage, according to an autopsy report made public Friday.
A judge says R&B singer Chris Brown doesn't have to travel from Los Angeles to Washington to appear in court.
The case of Angela Spaccia, the former assistant city manager of the small city of Bell, has been submitted to jurors, who must render decisions on 13 felony counts.
Annie Dookhan has admitted she falsified drug tests. Tens of thousands of criminal cases may have been compromised.
A prosecutor said Angela Spaccia is guilty of conflict of interest for drafting her own compensation contracts and her own pension as assistant manager of Bell.
A judge has revoked bail for a psychology professor charged in connection with the murder of a man she says raped her after she met him at a bar 18 years ago as a student.