Crime & Justice
The LAPD is awaiting word on whether federal money will help fund bodycams, after the ACLU asked the Justice Department to halt funding because videos will largely be kept from the public.
Indictments unsealed Tuesday say a doctor and 14 associates bilked insurance companies out of $150 million in the scheme.
The district attorney's office alleges special circumstances — multiple murders and use of a knife in a killing — that would make Fuentes eligible for the death penalty.
Thirty-year-old John Garcia is accused of attempted murder, assaulting a peace officer with a firearm and fleeing the crime scene.
The employee sustained minor hand injuries Monday afternoon, while 14 others who were nearby had to undergo decontamination, police said.
Cleveland Police Chief Charles "Buster" Bingham said that authorities have identified Shannon Lamb as a "person of interest" in the shooting of history professor Ethan Schmidt.
The former North Charleston officer has been held in solitary confinement since his arrest on murder charges in the April 4 shooting death of Walter Scott.
The EEOC says six women and three men employees were sexually propositioned, groped and shown offensive photos at VXI Global Solutions.
After Michael Brown's shooting, a group was tasked with investigating the region's inequalities. Their report points to deep racial and economic tensions, and calls for sweeping policy changes.
Los Angeles police Officer Mike Lopez says it's unknown who is living at the home, or whether the incident was gang-related.
Joseph Adel Noriega, 37, of Rancho Cucamonga, was arrested by the San Marino Police Department on Thursday following a bank robbery in South Pasadena.
Luis Fuentes was booked Friday and being held in lieu of $3 million bail.
LA County Department of Children and Family Services says the agency is reviewing any past involvement the family may have had with it.
LA County Sheriff’s deputies fatally shot a carjacking suspect who led authorities on a chase, then took hostages inside Chris & Pitts barbecue in Downey.
Officers pursued the suspect and took him into custody in Fontana.
The Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office says 52-year-old Wilbert Riera pleaded no contest Thursday to two felony counts of lewd acts with children under 14.