Crime & Justice
L.A. Unified said its decision was the result of comments attorney W. Keith Wyatt made to KPCC on Thursday.
Two women convicted of fatally kicking and beating a 23-year-old woman in a brawl outside a nightclub were each sentenced to six years in prison on Friday.
Two armored truck drivers have been charged with stealing more than $1 million from their own truck in Los Angeles. They were arrested Thursday.
Christopher Dorner, the disgruntled former LAPD officer who killed four people in 2013, was also stalking Chief Beck's father, Beck tells NBC News.
A veteran Los Angeles policewoman has pleaded not guilty to faking military leave in order to get paid time off. Prosecutors say she entered the pleas Thursday.
L.A. law enforcement officials say they need witnesses to the police shooting that killed Ezell Ford. An autopsy detailing his death will be released by year's end.
The L.A. Unified School District also introduced 14-year-old girl's sexual history while fighting a 2013 civil suit. Legal experts criticize the school district's tactics.
The Pasadena police union plans to appeal a judge's ruling releasing a redacted report on a fatal shooting that killed Kendrec McDade two years ago.
Attorneys for the family of Michael Brown are urging restraint on the part of both protesters and police once a grand jury decides whether the officer who shot him should face criminal charges.
District Attorney Jackie Lacey told L.A. County Supervisors Wednesday the county needs both a plan to divert the mentally ill and a new jail.
Los Angeles Clippers star Blake Griffin is facing a misdemeanor battery charge stemming from a scuffle with a man in a Las Vegas Strip nightclub in October.
Police announced the arrest of a suspect in the shooting: Vincent Estrada, 18, was arrested and booked on suspicion of murder Tuesday.
A Southern California man has pleaded not guilty to charges that he beat to death a family of four, then buried the bodies in the desert.
Campus police say 29-year-old Seyed Ali Hesari was arrested for burglary Tuesday after someone recognized him from surveillance photos.
Long Beach city officials announced the appointment of Deputy Chief Robert Luna to replace Jim McDonnell, who was elected L.A. County Sheriff.
Surveillance footage shows a man exiting the building early Saturday with three roller suitcases and a shoulder bag. The stolen computers are valued at $33,000.