There will be new security measures at the L.A. Marathon, such as screening checkpoints, after last year's Boston Marathon bombings.
Five former Bell leaders say their former city attorney led them to believe they did nothing wrong in taking large salaries and are suing him for malpractice.
The city of Westminster may ask for a new trial or appeal a jury decision that awarded three city police officers $3.5 million in a discrimination case.
The fatal shootings of Manuel Diaz and Joel Acevedo in July 2012 sparked four days of protests in the land of Disney.
The California Supreme Court indicated that it's inclined to favor the public's right to know the names of officers involved in shootings.
A man has pleaded no contest to sexually assaulting three women who were attacked two years ago — one so violently that her teeth were knocked out.
L.A. police Chief Charlie Beck has 2014 will be "the year of traffic." The department has begun focusing more on traffic safety, with the goal of reducing traffic accidents and deaths.
Ciancia will be moved to the downtown federal lockup from a detention center east of L.A., where doctors have treated him for wounds received during a shooting rampage, his attorney said.
In the 1800s, horse-mounted police officers galloped the countryside of a rural America, chasing cattle rustlers. Today, they are more likely seen in parks and during riots.
The defense attorney for Scott Dekraai has accused prosecutors of misconduct in the case.
In a state assembly hearing, L.A. airport public safety officials and other law enforcement agencies discuss lessons learned from a shooting last year at LAX.
An Orange County Superior Court judge sets April 14 to begin the trial against two women charged in Pham's death.
Former NFL All-Pro safety Darren Sharper is being held in a Los Angeles detention center after being named in a warrant involving a rape case in New Orleans.
State Attorney General Kamala Harris on Thursday said she would elevate cybersecurity as a key focus of the state's top crime-fighting agency.
The Philippine nationals were caught in a sting operation and have been sentenced in Los Angeles for importing military-grade weapons to the United States.
Management issues and a failure to hold an outside vendor accountable led to serious flaws in a program that monitors offenders in Los Angeles County.