Crime & Justice
Karma was taken into custody after her owners were arrested. Due to an alleged violent past, she was sentenced to be put down — but now she's headed to a sanctuary.
A federal appeals court in California upheld a lower court's decision that profiting from athletes' likenesses violated antitrust laws, but vacated a plan that would pay them up to $5,000 per year.
Authorities said Jenner was towing an off-road vehicle on a trailer behind a Cadillac Escalade on Feb. 7 when she crashed into two cars, pushing one into oncoming traffic.
Kiran and Amish Patel say the 49ers had a responsibility to screen fans for intoxication and gang affiliation. The two cousins were attacked and seriously injured last October.
Two men were charged Tuesday with the murder of 21-year-old UCLA student Andrea Del Vesco. She was allegedly stabbed, with her apartment then being set on fire.
A group of senators are finalizing a bill that would make major changes to the justice system. It has the support of surprise backers like Koch Industries and the ACLU.
Planned Parenthood's president Cecile Richards is making her first appearance before Congress since the release of those undercover videos. The man behind those videos speaks with us.
Criminal charges have been filed against Barkochba Botach in Leimert Park and a security officer at West L.A. College in connection with a firearm involved in a homicide.
The city was selected as part of a federal program that will give local law enforcement access to increased resources from federal agencies, including the FBI and DEA.
A new study by the Public Policy Institute of California found that even as the state's prison population has dropped dramatically, spending on corrections went up.
Two suspects have been arrested in the death of UCLA student Andrea DelVesco, who was found at a Westwood apartment on September 21.
Joyce Mitchell, 51, provided tools such as hacksaws, drill bits and lighted eyeglasses to two convicted killers ahead of their June 6 prison break.
A man in his 40s was stabbed and killed around 2 a.m. outside the Glendale courthouse. A possible fight led to the stabbing. A man in his 30s was also stabbed.
U.S. military members grapple with authority, morality in dealing with child sex abuse among Afghan allies
A New York Times article published last weekend on the paper’s website details the issue of rampant child sex abuse in Afghanistan, particularly in rural areas where local militia commanders have been put in power to help keep the Taliban at bay.
Attorneys representing former L.A. County jail inmates who are mentally ill argue landmark federal reforms fall short, failing to help people as they exit county jails.
Authorities have arrested a man suspected of going on a violent spree in the Southern California city of Banning, killing at least one person and injuring several others.