Crime & Justice
Todd DeStefano, 43, last month pleaded no contest to a felony conflict of interest charge for allegedly diverting Coliseum event funds to his own company.
Commissioner Cynthia McClain-Hill called for the motion Tuesday after hearing from LAPD officials that the department has not upheld any allegations of biased policing since 2013.
While the Department of Justice has called for more transparency after police shootings, the FBI has given few details about the fatal shooting of David Coborubio.
Prosecutors say the officers decided not to conduct an investigation, putting the man in their patrol car, driving him to his apartment and telling him to get some sleep.
The agreement also covers the cost of fire and sanitation services. The team has agreed to make retroactive payments for two preseason home games from last month.
Homicide detectives with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department are investigating the death of the man, whose identity has not been released.
Only four agencies had multiple vehicle shootings, including Glendale, which has a policy allowing police to shoot at cars they perceive are being used as weapons.
The ex-Stanford student recently became a registered sex offender for life, but a growing number of people have been questioning the fairness of the lifetime registry system.
The ever-deepening scandal has thrown the Oakland Police Department into crisis and put dozens of other officers under suspicion.
A new report from the Police Foundation, a policy study group, and the Department of Justice says three men tried to stop the armed couple, rushing at them before being shot.
Kristin Smart has been missing since 1996. After digging near the landmark "P" at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo this week, authorities are analyzing some items to see if they are related to the case.
Forrest Stuart documented the police strategy in Skid Row, and how the people of Skid Row would go to great lengths to avoid trouble.
A federal appeals court Thursday upheld an energy commission's finding against several power companies accused of manipulating prices during California's energy crisis more than a decade ago.
Supervisor Mike Antonovich says the program, which confiscates guns, drugs and other contraband from felons on probation, should be mandatory for all California counties.
After illegally opening millions of unauthorized accounts for customers, Wells Fargo is paying $185 million in civil penalties, including $50 million to the city and county of Los Angeles.
State residents were asked if racial profiling and excessive use of force by police are significant problems in the U.S. and in California.