Crime & Justice
Authorities said a man was fatally wounded during a shootout between the Mongols and Hells Angels near Corona Saturday night.Add your comments
An actress who was detained by Los Angeles police is refusing to apologize for claiming race played a role in the incident, despite calls from local civil rights leaders.
A massive wildfire is burning so explosively because of the prolonged drought that firefighters are finding normal amounts of retardant aren't stopping the flames.
The driver of a stolen van that hit and badly injured a dog during a wild, televised police chase in Los Angeles has been sentenced to two years in state prison.
Advocates say allowing texting to 9-1-1 would assist the deaf community as well as people unable to speak during an emergency.
Commuters on the 105 Freeway in Lynwood withstood massive backup because authorities was dealing with a shirtless man walking on the tracks of the Metro Green Line.
An initial ruling issued upheld the right of authorities to block public viewing info collected on vehicles by networks of cameras on stoplights and police cars.
Seventy-four years ago, a junior high school principal in South Pasadena went on a shooting rampage that left five people dead.
Veterinarians are trying to save the leg of a fluffy white dog named Gordo who was run down by a stolen van during a wild police chase in Los Angeles.
On the morning of May 6, 1940, South Pasadena Junior High School Principal Verlin Spencer went on a shooting spree that left five dead and one injured. Here is his route based on police and witness reports.
The lawsuit says Ford complied with officers' orders to lie down, but police still 'intentionally or negligently' shot him multiple times.
LAPD Chief Charlie Beck is defending the officers who handcuffed actress Daniele Watts last week while responding to a call about two people having sex in a car.
R.H. Greene takes us to the High Desert's White Rock Ranch Horse Rescue, where Marine wife Erin Corwin bonded with a horse before her murder.
L.A. County Sheriff's Deputy James Sexton was found guilty of obstruction of justice and conspiracy Tuesday in his second trial before a federal jury.
Luis Manuel Tapia, leader of Oxnard gang, was found guilty of a 26 federal charges. The trial caps the second phase of "Operation Supernova."
A 16-year-old boy was arrested on suspicion of moving what had been an intended getaway car two days after a deadly Northern California bank robbery.