Crime & Justice
The man who led police on a pursuit on a San Diego freeway Thursday after his wife was found dead in the trunk of a family car was booked into jail in Montebello Friday.
A federal judge has imposed some limits on what actions police can take during protests in Missouri, including the use of tear gas and other chemical agents.
Officials say the officer drew his gun Wednesday night during demonstrations in Oakland, California after he was assaulted.
A freshman at Garden Grove's Bolsa Grande High School has been arrested in connection with making bomb and shooting threats.
After a quick freeway chase and tense standoff, Daniel Perez was captured as he approached the edge of a San Diego freeway overpass.
The U.S. attorney's office had a news conference Wednesday morning to discuss a federal racketeering indictment targeting 38 suspected members of the Big Hazard gang.
The LAPD says it has begun an internal investigation after a woman complained about how an officer used a baton at a recent protest.
The FBI in Los Angeles seeking the public's help in finding a bank robber nicknamed the "Patient Bandit" for the surgical mask he wears over his mouth and nose.
Los Angeles police say the man shot and killed by officers Friday in Hollywood was not wearing a costume and was brandishing a real knife.
The L.A. County Board of Supervisors Tuesday approved the creation of a civilian commission to oversee the sheriff’s department.
A man who stole part of the Porsche that "Fast and the Furious" actor Paul Walker died in has been sentenced to six months in jail.
The decision is a major victory for retail enterprises and manufacturing businesses that could have been on the hook for billions of dollars in back pay for time spent in security screenings.
Police say the bodies discovered in a Fairfax-area apartment Monday morning are those of 34-year-old Earl Warren Hayes and 30-year-old Stephanie Elyse Moseley.
The former secretary for imprisoned financier Bernard Madoff has been sentenced to six years in prison. Annette Bongiorno was sentenced Tuesday.
More than a year after a deadly shooting rampage at LAX, federal prosecutors have not decided whether they will seek the death penalty against accused shooter Paul Ciancia.
According to the State Bar of California, less than half of all applicants taking the test passed this summer, a 7-point drop from the previous year.