Crime & Justice
More than 100 people gathered for the "Days of Dialogue" meeting with LAPD officers.
The Los Angeles police commission generally sided with Chief Charlie Beck in finding that while officers used tactics that failed to meet policies, the shooting of Redel Jones was justified.
L.A. Board of Police Commissioners says fatal shooting by LAPD officers was justified after she approached them with a knife.
This week on The Brood, Take Two's family and parenting segment, we explore "the talk"; how parents of color teach their children about interacting with the police.
Speaking at memorial service for Dallas police officers, president says week of violence has appeared to expose "the deepest fault lines of our democracy." He called on Americans to search for common ground in support of racial equity and justice.
AirTalk listeners react to President Obama's remarks following last week's shootings.
State corrections officials say the 54-year-old inmate was stabbed repeatedly in the abdomen, chest, head and back by two other inmates.
The commission meets as tensions grow over the police killings of African Americans and the sniper deaths of five police officers in Dallas last week.
Fermin Vincent Valenzuela, 32, died Sunday afternoon, Anaheim police Chief Raul Quezada confirmed in a written statement.
Before moving to Dallas, Lorne Ahrens worked in the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. His fellow officers remember his commitment to the community and law enforcement.
The violence of the past week, involving the deaths of five police officers and two black men, was on a lot of people's minds at rallies across L.A. Sunday.
More than 675-weapons are off the streets after a Gun Buy Back event held Saturday by police in Anaheim.
Authorities say Gregory Allen Justice provided an undercover FBI agent he thought was a Russian spy with proprietary software technology and other info for use in satellites.
From a Black Lives Matter art show to a Summer Night Lights basketball game, Angelenos react to the violence in Dallas with a push for social change, healing and better community relations.
The Dallas shootings have amplified fears around safety, both for families of law enforcement members as well as protesters still pushing for police reform.
Police officers across Southern California are wearing black bands across their badges to mourn the deaths of five of their colleagues in Dallas.