Crime & Justice
Hundreds of people gathered for a vigil in Woodland Hills last night to remember a 20-year-old shot and killed by police last week in Long Beach.
Jack Warner cites "my knowledge of financial transactions at FIFA — including, but not limited to, its president, Mr. Sepp Blatter."
One parent says her 14-year-old daughter came back with bruises and said that drill instructors had slapped and kicked her, and stomped on her back.
Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department spokeswoman Nicole Nishida says one inmate is being treated after being stabbed and three others have superficial wounds.
Chuck Blazer, in admitting 10 counts of illegal conduct, told the court of his conduct surrounding the vote that made South Africa the first nation on that continent to host soccer's premier event.
A videotaped evaluation of James Holmes was conducted after he pleaded not guilty by reason of insanity in the July 2012 attack that killed 12 people and injured 70 others.
Many agencies refuse to report such information, leaving an incomplete picture of police killings around the country.
The state corrections department and families of murder victims have reached an agreement, announced Tuesday, that would tie California's execution procedure to a U.S. Supreme Court decision.
A Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy pleaded guilty Tuesday in a case involving the beating of a handcuffed man who had been visiting his brother in jail.
U.S. District Court Judge George Wu sentenced 24-year-old Jonathan Jarrell to three years of probation Monday.
Local governments could not punish people caught sleeping in cars under AB718. It advanced to the Senate on Monday with a 54-to-12 vote.
The Los Angeles Police Department has killed 10 people so far in 2015, more people than any other agency in the nation.
The headscarf, or hijab, violated the company's strict dress code, but justices said Abercrombie "at least suspected" it was worn for religious reasons.
The Los Angeles Times reported Sunday that the nation's largest sheriff's department needs to fill about 1,300 sworn positions
Family and friends said Saturday that 20-year-old Feras Morad of Woodland Hills was partying with friends and became disoriented after using psychedelic drugs.
An analysis by "The Washington Post" shows that the number of such incidents is more than twice as high as official federal figures.