Crime & Justice

5 injured in Pomona park shooting

Five people were hospitalized with gunshot wounds after someone began firing at them from a car near Palomares Park in Pomona Saturday night, police said.

LA Archdiocese: Clergyman cleared in sex abuse investigation

A high-ranking clergyman has been cleared of suspicion of sexual misconduct, the Archdiocese of Los Angeles announced Saturday.

Authorities: Calif. border agent shoots, kills man

Authorities allege an off-duty Border Patrol agent shot and killed a man in a personal dispute in the Southern California desert community of Hemet.

Comedian Andy Dick arrested in alleged theft

Los Angeles police have arrested comedian Andy Dick on suspicion of grand theft. The arrest of the former "NewsRadio" actor happened late Friday night in Hollywood.

4 sent to hospital after South Los Angeles drive-by shooting

The men were hanging out in front of a South L.A. apartment complex just before midnight Friday when someone opened fire from a passing vehicle, police said.

Drug traffickers confess to killing 43 students, Mexican authorities say

The country's attorney general says three men have admitted killing the students and burning their bodies in an effort to prevent identification.

5th teen dies from injuries in Washington state school shooting

A cousin of shooter Jaylen Fryberg died after a weeks-long battle against injuries sustained in the incident, a local hospital says.

LA couple charged with neglecting 93 dogs

A Los Angeles woman and her boyfriend have been charged with keeping more than 90 dogs in filthy conditions in the San Fernando Valley.

McStay mystery: Arrest made in murder investigation of family found in desert

Investigators announced Friday that a former business associate of Joseph McStay, Charles "Chase" Ray Merritt, has been arrested on suspicion of murder.

Lindsay Lohan receives favorable probation report

A judge ended Lindsay Lohan's probation in a theft case and says she appears to be doing well with a plan to complete community service and counseling requirements.

California woman charged in alleged movie fraud

Federal prosecutors say a woman scammed investors out of more than $5 million with claims she had Hollywood backing to build a movie studio.

Feds: Silk Road sequel leads to California arrest

Authorities in New York say a California man has been arrested for starting a spinoff version of the Silk Road website, enabling more than 100,000 people to buy and sell illegal drugs.

Pomona SWAT officer honored in memorial service

Officer Shaun Diamond was shot during a search at a suspected motorcycle gang member's home in late October. A law enforcement procession was planned through downtown Pomona Thursday.

AC/DC's Phil Rudd accused of murder-for-hire plot

The Bay of Plenty Times newspaper reported that the Australian-born Rudd was accused of trying to hire a hit man to carry out the two killings.

Remains found of missing Fox movie executive

Gavin Smith, who worked for 20th Century Fox, was last seen on May 1, 2012, and his disappearance has been investigated as a murder.

4 biggest challenges facing LA Sheriff-elect Jim McDonnell

Jim McDonnell will take the helm of a massive agency facing multiple federal investigations. We take a look at the greatest challenges he faces as he takes office next month.