The key message the innovative program tries to pass on to troubled young fathers is the importance of making personal contact with their children.
A Congressional subcommittee is looking into lessons learned from last fall's deadly LAX shooting. One question: should armed police be stationed at checkpoints?
An L.A. Sheriff's deputy has sued the department, claiming female trainees at the East L.A. station were routinely harassed by male training officers.
The defendants will face drug conspiracy charges in Montana. The charges carry potential penalties of life in prison and fines of up to $10,000,000 each upon conviction.
Michael Sondheimer, once the associate athletic director at the UCLA, is accused of having child pornography on his university work computer.
This week's arrest and detention of 20 people was the largest passenger luggage theft case in the LAX for decades. Is it a sign of weak security?
Current and former employees of contracting companies were accused Wednesday of stealing luggage and other items from airport terminals, planes and the tarmac.
The recommendation was one of 14 determined after a nationwide review of security at airports prompted by a shooting at Los Angeles International Airport last fall.
Anaheim authorities say a police dog shot by a suspect who also fired on officers will be retired after recovering from his wounds.
Sentencing has been postponed for a substance-abuse counselor who drove 2 miles through Los Angeles suburb Torrance with a dying man on her windshield.
Los Angeles police have begun serving suspected gang members in Echo Park and Silver Lake with papers that prohibit them from associating in public, among other activities.
Commission President Steve Soboroff said that an incident first reported in the Los Angeles Times would be considered as part of Chief Charlie Beck's contract renewal.
Los Angeles County supervisors are offering a $20,000 reward in the case of an inmate who escaped from a downtown LA jail nearly two weeks ago.
The portion of the trial to determine the guilt or innocence of Scott Dekraai has been set for June 9. He has been charged with the worst mass killing in O.C. history.
L.A.'s jails are experiencing their highest population numbers in years – a result, officials say, of the state's prison realignment law.
A police spokesman said the suspect in a shooting in the Hollywood Hills Monday morning is dead. An officer wounded during the altercation is doing well, according to Chief Charlie Beck.