Crime & Justice
Investigators are trying to understand why a 24-year-old Kuwait-born man opened fire on two U.S. military sites in Chattanooga in an attack that left four Marines dead and raised the specter of terrorism on U.S. soil.
Weaver was in the 5th row of the theater on the night of the shooting. He shared his story with Take Two.
Former FIFA official Jeffrey Webb has arrived in the U.S. from Switzerland to face racketeering and bribery charges, a prosecutor confirmed Friday.
Henry Solis, charged with killing a man outside a bar in Pomona while off-duty, has pleaded not guilty to murder and other counts.
Leaders and experts in the debate over public access to police records such as body cam video and internal reports met at KPCC's Crawford Family Forum Thursday. We offer a few takeaways.
A CA judge ruled for the first time that an African American former inmate can sue under the Bane Act for housing him where Valley fever was known to occur.
A Superior Court judge made the ruling after reviewing a video that defense attorneys had described as a new, unedited, version of the incident.
KPCC revealed the loophole in a story last fall about a civil suit in which an LAUSD lawyer argued a minor consented to sex with her teacher. The teacher had been convicted of lewd acts against a child.
A judge in South Carolina set July 11, 2016 for the start of Roof's trial on charges of killing nine people at Emanuel AME church.
Jurors convicted Colorado theater shooter James Holmes on Thursday in the chilling 2012 attack on defenseless moviegoers at a midnight Batman premiere.
A gunman unleashed a barrage of gunfire at two military facilities Thursday in Tennessee, killing at least four Marines, officials said. The suspect also was killed.
Jason Davis, 41, was shot by officers responding to a call for "disorderly suspect armed with a knife" outside a Venice coffee shop on Monday. On Thursday, police confirmed he had died.
The legislation by Democratic Sen. Holly Mitchell of Los Angeles is among several bills introduced in response to nationwide protests over police slayings of unarmed black men.
California is trying to do just that, though police and advocates for ex-offenders are at odds over whether it will work. The debate is playing out as President Obama is calling for nationwide change.
An attorney for the family of a man fatally shot by Gardena police in 2013 on Wednesday asked for a federal civil rights investigation into his death.
Those indicted include an accused administrator who created a large network of hacked computers that stole private data "on approximately 200,000,000 occasions."