Crime & Justice
On an app that allows users to remain anonymous, the person warned black students to stay off campus. The University of Missouri said the suspect was apprehended off campus.
The new president of the Police Commission released new police shooting statistics Tuesday and asked for an analysis of how the department compares to other big cities.
A wrongful death civil trial has started over the death of Kelly Thomas, a homeless mentally ill man who died following a violent altercation with Fullerton police in 2011.
The U.S. Supreme Court made an important decision on Monday that makes it harder to sue police officers for using deadly force against fleeing suspects.
There was an officer-involved shooting in Northridge on Monday around 1 p.m., LAPD's Drake Madison told KPCC.
Police in Los Angeles County fatally shoot black people at triple their proportion in the population, an analysis by KPCC has found.
Law enforcement agencies aren't required to report data on police shootings, and few do.
One in four people shot by officers in L.A. County between 2010 and 2015 was unarmed, and only one LAPD officer during that time was fired for violating policy.
Between Jan. 1, 2010 and Dec. 31, 2014, Los Angeles County district attorney records show at least 375 people were shot by on-duty officers.
Some of the most troubling police shootings in L.A. County involved people in mental health crisis.
Most officers will go their entire career without shooting at anyone. Among the shootings that took place during the five years KPCC reviewed, many involved life-saving acts of bravery.
KPCC reviewed documents from the L.A. district attorney, medical examiner, the sheriff's department and others to examine officer-involved shootings.
After four years, the wrongful death civil case involving the Fullerton police beating of homeless and mentally ill man Kelly Thomas is underway in Orange County.
Jon Aujay went for a desert run in 1998 and never returned. Was it suicide? An accident? Or murder?
a prosecutor says Raymond "Shrimp Boy" Chow ordered the murder of a rival and was part of a criminal organization in San Francisco's Chinatown.
The justices on Monday let stand a lower court ruling that said the state has a right to review donor lists to determine whether a group is involved in charity.