Crime & Justice
After an unarmed black teenager was shot by a Ferguson, Missouri, police officer, authorities have resisted calls to release the name of the officer.
A judge says that Grammy-winning R&B singer Chris Brown has been doing well and following probation rules since his release from jail in June.
A stowaway who was ordered to stay away from LAX has been sentenced to jail after admitting she violated her probation by going back to the airport.
Police said the incident began with an unprovoked attack on officers. Family members of the man killed argue the shooting was unjustified.
An immigration judge has sued the Justice Department alleging she was recused from hearing cases involving Iranians because of her involvement in the Iranian-American community.
After waiting 17 years for O.J. Simpson to pay a $9 million wrongful death judgment, Ronald Goldman's mother is selling her right to the cash online.
Residents packed two churches Tuesday evening for community meetings about the death of 18-year-old Michael Brown
The man fatally shot by police on Monday night was on foot, according to a Los Angeles Police Department statement. Police did not say if he was armed.
An independent report looks into the shooting death of the unarmed college student by Pasadena police officers, but the city wants to withhold portions of it from the public.
Authorities say a Southern California man admits he stabbed his parents and two young children to death in their Goleta home.
Obama says that while the shooting death of the teenager has prompted "strong passions," people should remember him through "reflection and understanding."
The company pleaded no contest to corporate criminal liability in the 2009 death of an employee at an East Los Angeles distribution center.
Four teenagers have pleaded not guilty to murder charges in the fatal beating of a 24-year-old University of Southern California graduate student from China.
Beck has worked for the LAPD for more than three decades. Violent crime has fallen under his tenure but it's also come with controversy.
Commit a crime in America, and you'd expect that the police will hunt you down wherever you are. But to escape the hand of justice, sometimes all you have to do is cross the county line where law enforcement won't pursue fugitives who are just a short drive away.
The revelation and investigation by the Los Angeles Times comes a few days before city officials vote on whether Charlie Beck will get reappointed as police chief.