Crime & Justice
Three people are dead and two others are injured after three separate shootings within the span of an hour Sunday morning, and the Los Angeles Police Department says the attacks may be related.
People with autism often have trouble communicating with police, which can be dangerous — and scary for parents who also worry about racial profiling. Now, some cities are trying to mitigate the risk.
In a statement Sunday, the Los Angeles County sheriff's department said two men and a woman were taken to hospitals and were expected to survive. NBCLA reports one of those injured was rap mogul 'Suge' Knight.
Amid accusations of abuse, many in Ferguson, Mo., and cities around the country are calling for police to wear cameras. Cameras may not always be as impartial as people expect, however.
The protests were largely peaceful in the St. Louis suburb for a third consecutive night.
A bill passed by the California Senate Friday would require police to search the state's database of gun purchases when checking on whether someone may be a danger to themselves or others.
Images of protesters clashing with police in Ferguson evoke memories of the 2012 unrest in Anaheim when police shot and killed two young Latino men in one weekend.
Police say the officer and his trainee approached six people on a street shortly after 2 a.m. when a suspect opened fire, hitting the training officer.
California military sexual assault cases will now be handled by civilian prosecutors after Gov. Jerry Brown signed SB1422 into law.
Former sheriff's deputy Sung Jin Pak pleaded no contest Thursday to a misdemeanor count of negligent discharge of a firearm after chasing a group of children and firing his gun into the air last October.
Attorney General Kamala Harris will appeal a federal judge's ruling that California's death penalty enforcement violates the Eighth Amendment.
Persons of interest shown in a selfie taken on a stolen iPhone have identified themselves to Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department detectives after the photo went viral Wednesday.
Two students were arrested earlier this week after police monitored their online activity and determined they presented a serious threat to the school.
Police officials said an investigation was launched in April after 32-year-old Lorne Reed was suspected of using the Internet to share child pornography.
A day after police detained 47 people, Wednesday night saw barely a handful of arrests in the St. Louis suburb.
Deputy Brandon Love said his "hopes are high" after he sustained serious injuries in an attack at a shopping mall last week.