Crime & Justice
An elderly husband and wife stranded for two weeks in Southern California's high desert ate oranges and a pie and drank rain water.
On the one-year anniversary of the Isla Vista killings, parents, students and community members will come together to honor the victims of Elliot Rodger's deadly rampage.
Michael Brelo was one of 13 officers involved in the 2012 incident that involved 137 shots and killed Timothy Russell and Malissa Williams after a high-speed car chase.
Bikers claim that many who were arrested in the Waco, Texas, brawl last week were simply in the wrong place at the wrong time. Police say otherwise.
President Obama signed an executive order this week halting the transfer of certain military equipment to police agencies. How much of it is in So Cal?
Dr. Aria Sabit, 39, is barred for life from the medical profession as a result of a plea deal struck in Detroit with federal prosecutors from two states.
Two Orange County men were arrested Thursday and have been charged with conspiring to provide material support to the Islamic militant group fighting in Syria.
A 61-year-old attorney whose son died in last year's shooting travels the country to persuade people to support what he calls reasonable gun-control laws.
Reynaldo Vargas' sentence could have been much longer, but he cut a deal with prosecutors, providing key testimony against two other police officers.
The state's attorney in Baltimore says all six officers charged in the police-custody death of Freddie Gray have been indicted by a grand jury.
LAPD investigators said they believed the assaults took place on and off campus, dating back to the end of 2013.
Police have arrested a woman who threatened to bomb the lobby of the Federal Building in Downtown Los Angeles.
The study by the Public Policy Institute of California looks at the effect of locking up criminals for shorter periods of time.
Amid a growing national debate about police misconduct, a Century City lawyer is looking for investors in police abuse lawsuits.
The president signed into law a measure to create a nationwide alert system to help catch anyone who hurts, kills or makes credible threats against law enforcement.
Giving an update on Sunday's violence, Waco Police Sgt. Patrick Swanton dismisses media reports that law enforcement officers had killed four bikers.