Crime & Justice
Authorities have expanded the search for a missing 5-year-old boy whose father was arrested after being found passed out at a South Pasadena park.
In a national audit of anti-Semitism published on Monday, the Anti-Defamation League reported a total of 211 incidents of violence against Jews in California.
Dawud Abdulwali entered the plea Monday to a charge of arson of a structure, and he was immediately sentenced to 15 years in prison.
The LAPD has recovered more than 1,000 items including jewelry, rare coins, stamps and high-end handbags that they think were headed for a store in South L.A.
Karen Smith, the special education teacher gunned down in her San Bernardino classroom, has been laid to rest.
Police nabbed five people in the theft of more than 40 cellphones, cash and credit cards at the music festival.
Prodded by voters and lawsuits, the state may be easing back toward allowing executions, though it may not happen quickly, if at all.
When officers approached the suspect, the suspect allegedly told them that he had a gun and refused to be taken into custody. He allegedly said “that he would shoot and kill the officers,” said a police spokesman.
Feuer announced the lawsuits in a statement released on Wednesday, stating the properties had long been the sites of rampant criminal activity.
For the third time in a month, the Loyola Law School Project for the Innocent has secured the release of a man it argued was wrongfully convicted.
Kori Ali Muhammad, 39, is in custody and is expected to be charged with four counts of murder including another white man he shot last week.
The new policy requires LAPD cops to try a series de-escalation tactics, when possible, to try to avoid shooting people.
Prosecutors say Fontana police officers acted lawfully when they fatally shot a legally blind man with schizophrenia in 2015 during an encounter at a gas station.
The three veterans pardoned are not the only non-citizen military veterans who've been deported. But the three hope they can return with their crimes now pardoned.
In an effort to reduce the number of officer involved shootings, LAPD is expected to roll out new "use-of-force" policies. KPCC's Frank Stoltze joins Take Two
The suspect initially complied with an officer’s orders to drop the weapon, but he allegedly re-armed himself with the knife seconds later.