Crime & Justice
The commission hopes to allay fears the LAPD is working with federal immigration authorities. Some advocates say the department remains too close to ICE.
KPCC reporter Annie Gilbertson described why she began to research officer-involved shootings in San Bernardino County.
KPCC and The San Bernardino Sun teamed up to produce the first substantive examination of police shootings in the largest county in the United States. According to some of the research, county officers shot 103 people in a six-year span.
An investigation by KPCC and The San Bernardino Sun found more than 70 percent of 103 people shot by officers in San Bernardino County in a six-year period disclosed or tested positive for substance use.
An investigation by KPCC and The San Bernardino Sun found officers in San Bernardino County shoot into moving cars at nearly double the rate of neighboring Los Angeles County.
Before he was nominated for the Supreme Court, Neil Gorsuch sided with a seventh-grader who was arrested for burping in class.
Several Southern California politicians introduced a resolution denouncing human rights violations by the Chechen government.
For years, hundreds of law enforcement agencies, including many in sanctuary cities, have been feeding information into regional databases.
A federal judge sentenced former L.A. County Sheriff Lee Baca to three years in prison in the jail abuse scandal. The sentence is less than federal guidelines recommend but more than what prosecutors sought.
The ad comes amid intense scrutiny over sexism within the Marine Corps, including a scandal over male Marines sharing nude photos of female Marines without the women's consent.
Ex-Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca, 74, will serve three years in federal prison following his conviction in March for obstruction of justice, conspiracy and lying.
The report says insurers reap big profits while assuming very little risk for the $14 billion in bonds issued in the U.S. each year.
San Bernardino police released security video from the shooting at North Park Elementary School, showing the gunman arriving moments before he opened fire in a special needs classroom.
KPCC listener Tina Shull asked us, "I want to know what happens to L.A.-area undocumented people when they are detained."
The Los Angeles Police Department told KPCC the victim was walking his dog when he was attacked by three loose dogs.
The companies Health Alliance Nurses Corp. and Hand Homecare Provider Inc. have been paying workers around $5.50 an hour, according to L.A. City Attorney Mike Feuer.