Crime & Justice
Sergio Castanon Jr. was arrested and a search of his Northridge home turned up an assault rifle, handgun, ammunition and illegal high-capacity gun magazines.
Jacob Mallory Bersson is scheduled to appear in court Thursday. He's being held without bail and prosecutors have not decided whether to pursue the death penalty.
A mother is charged with four misdemeanors after her 17-year old son brought a gun to his Van Nuys continuation school.
The L.A. County Sheriff's Department says it's investigating allegations that former "7th Heaven" star Collins exposed himself to a teenage girl in the early '80s.
In 2012, Kendrec McDade was shot and killed by Pasadena police officers responding to a 911 call. The exact details of the incident have yet to be released.
The judge hearing the Kendrec McDade shooting case delayed his decision on Tuesday, saying he is leaning toward releasing portions of an independent consultant's report.
Civilian watchdogs say the LAPD may be relying too heavily on performance data, leading commanders to falsify reports.
Police are looking for a man they say got on a Metro bus in Los Angeles, told the driver he had Ebola and then walked away. This happened Monday along Venice Boulevard.
Pop singer Kesha is suing her producer and mentor, claiming he sexually and emotionally abused her for nearly a decade — allegations he calls extortion.
A judge has set a March trial date in the lawsuit where Shelley Sterling accuses V. Stiviano of befriending wealthy older men and receiving lavish gifts.
Lawrence Bressler, 50, and Denise K. Bressler, 64, were repeatedly stabbed inside the apartment they shared with Bressler's cousin, according to police.
Former L.A. City Councilman Richard Alarcon and his wife were convicted of fraudulent voting and perjury for living outside the district he represented.
A husband and wife were fatally stabbed early Monday by a man whom officers arrested nearby with blood on his clothes, Pasadena police said.
Three people who called police in a city near Los Angeles saying a man tried to kidnap them were arrested when authorities found the alleged kidnapper dead.
Baja Distributors, a Chula Vista business, allegedly laundered millions of dollars for a Mexican drug cartel.
In at least two patrol areas, police told the LAPD's staffing computer that more officers were in the field and on duty than were actually working.