Crime & Justice
For the first time in nearly 10 years, the comedian will be questioned under oath about allegations of sexual assault. A judge has set a date of Oct. 9.
L.A.'s Sheriff's Department released details Wednesday on new federal oversight of new protocols for the treatment of mentally ill inmates in its jails.
Four police officers have been arrested in connection with beating or injuring 13 children from Southern California at a camp for at-risk children.
The man unleashed a volley of pepper spray at audience members inside a movie theater Wednesday before being shot dead by a SWAT team as he tried to escape.
Nathan Campbell was convicted in June of murdering Italian newlywed Alice Gruppioni two years ago when he drove his Dodge Avenger down the Venice Beach boardwalk.
Eileen Decker will oversee criminal cases for the US government across seven California counties, making her one of the most powerful prosecutors in the country.
The fugitive is tied to a kidnapping, a killing and the wounding of two California sheriff's deputies.
The fatal LAPD shooting of Charly "Africa" Keunang in March sparked angry protests and comparisons to the shooting of other unarmed black men across the country.
The driver of a white car pulled up near a deputy who was in the middle of a routine traffic stop, said he'd committed a crime and was armed.
Sandra Bland, a Chicago-area woman, died by what authorities say was suicide in her Waller County jail cell on July 13.
The ordinance makes it a misdemeanor to keep an unsecured handgun in a home and was modeled after a similar rule in San Francisco.
The settlement agreement seeks to address longstanding problems at Los Angeles County jails.
Authorities searching for a man linked to a killing, a kidnapping and the wounding of two sheriff's deputies focused on a rugged, 5-square-mile area of central California.
The state has settled with civil liberties groups in a case involving nearly 60,000 convicts who became ineligible to vote under an earlier decision by former Secretary of State Debra Bowen.
The Aug. 9, 2014 shooting of Michael Brown, an unarmed 18-year-old who had scuffled with Ferguson officer Darren Wilson, was followed by violent protests in the Missouri city.
Former senator Ron Calderon has been charged with 24 federal counts of bribery, fraud, and money laundering and he faces a maximum 396 years in federal prison.