Crime & Justice
Before he was nominated for the Supreme Court, Neil Gorsuch sided with a seventh-grader who was arrested for burping in class.
Several Southern California politicians introduced a resolution denouncing human rights violations by the Chechen government.
For years, hundreds of law enforcement agencies, including many in sanctuary cities, have been feeding information into regional databases.
A federal judge sentenced former L.A. County Sheriff Lee Baca to three years in prison in the jail abuse scandal. The sentence is less than federal guidelines recommend but more than what prosecutors sought.
The ad comes amid intense scrutiny over sexism within the Marine Corps, including a scandal over male Marines sharing nude photos of female Marines without the women's consent.
Ex-Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca, 74, will serve three years in federal prison following his conviction in March for obstruction of justice, conspiracy and lying.
The report says insurers reap big profits while assuming very little risk for the $14 billion in bonds issued in the U.S. each year.
San Bernardino police released security video from the shooting at North Park Elementary School, showing the gunman arriving moments before he opened fire in a special needs classroom.
KPCC listener Tina Shull asked us, "I want to know what happens to L.A.-area undocumented people when they are detained."
The Los Angeles Police Department told KPCC the victim was walking his dog when he was attacked by three loose dogs.
The companies Health Alliance Nurses Corp. and Hand Homecare Provider Inc. have been paying workers around $5.50 an hour, according to L.A. City Attorney Mike Feuer.
“Anatomy of Innocence” is a new anthology that tells the stories of over a dozen people who were convicted of crimes they did not commit.
Activist Greg Akili claims officers wrongfully arrested him while he exercised his right to free speech by "upsetting and disrupting" a police commission meeting.
The incident happened Sunday aboard Southwest Flight 2530 during deplaning at Burbank Bob Hope Airport, according to a statement from the airline.
Assemblyman Al Muratsuchi (D-Torrance) said Tuesday he does not yet have details on how his bill would be enforced. The bill idea follows a controversial audit of the UC system.
Still, more than 20 percent of officers in the West Bureau are not following all rules regarding the cameras, from uploading video to turning them on when required.