Crime & Justice
Inside the homes, players try their hand at video poker or blackjack. But one of the biggest draws is a six-seater table featuring a video game that gamblers play for money.
The shooting — which happened just before 9 a.m., less than 1 mile from police headquarters — comes amid spiraling tensions across the city.
A memorial is planned for Nicolas Leslie, 20, on Monday afternoon on campus.
An overflow crowd has gathered in South L.A. for a town-hall style meeting about curbing violence. LAPD Chief Charlie Beck, performer will i.am, activists and gang members were there.
Protestors want LAPD chief Charlie Beck to resign. The sit-in began on Tuesday after the Police Commission ruled the shooting of a black woman was within LAPD policy.
Playboy model Dani Mathers incited a furor with a photo she took and now the Los Angeles Police Department is investigating her actions.
QTS Inc. will pay $5 million to settle allegations that it cheated hundreds of drivers by misclassifying them as independent contractors.
One of the two men accused of robbing a Northern California armored car is also suspected of fatally shooting a San Dimas deli owner during a robbery last year.
Authorities say attackers have shot and wounded 14 people, two critically, in an attack on a crowd outside a house party.
At least 84 people are dead in Nice, France, including two Americans, after a truck plowed through crowds at a Bastille Day celebration. French authorities are investigating the incident as a possible terrorist attack.
The barrels contain multiple chemicals, but the majority is an acidic product that could be used for anything from cleaning products to cosmetics manufacturing.
The truck attack in Nice, France that left scores dead highlights the challenges that come with protecting the nation's many soft targets.
New recruits must go through several two-week-long courses that address this issue on many different levels.
Apart from yesterday’s attack in Nice, two other terrorist attacks have occurred within France in less than two years.
Philando Castile spent his driving career trapped in a cycle of traffic stops, fines and court appearances, raising questions about bias, race and luck.
In Exposition Park Wednesday, LAPD officers, and residents gathered for Days of Dialogue, a safe space for conversations between the community and law enforcement.