Crime & Justice

Hate crime alleged in Inglewood assault of Sikh bus driver

A workplace-incident report shows that Singh told his employer that the passenger had called him a terrorist and was driving the bus with a bomb on board.

How one mosque is moving past the San Bernardino shooting

The Islamic Center of Riverside was thrust into the spotlight after the San Bernardino shooting. Now it's hoping to teach people about what Muslim faith really is.

3 months after San Bernardino, victim's church hangs on to hope

Church of the Woods has a lot of experience with grief — two of its members were killed in three years in high-profile murders. Now they're trying to move on.

Second-degree murder charges filed over deadly racing crash

A Southern California man has been charged with second-degree murder for a freeway crash that killed three people and critically injured others.

Anaheim mayor: KKK rally 'not a reflection of who we are'

A Ku Klux Klan leader said Monday that he called Anaheim police beforehand asking for security and was told, "We don't do that."

California deputies charged with organizing inmate fights

Two Northern California sheriff's deputies and a former colleague were charged Tuesday with involvement in setting up jail inmates fights to gamble on them.

1 out of every 3 people LAPD shot was mentally ill

Last year saw a sharp increase in the number of people with mental illness shot at by Los Angeles Police officers, according to department figures released Tuesday.

Police seeking person who shot at officer near Leimert Park

Police say someone opened fire on an officer's vehicle early Tuesday, though no one was injured and the officer did not return fire.

FBI and Apple head into first encryption hearing

As Apple challenges the FBI's request to help unlock an iPhone, all sides are urging Congress to settle the ongoing dispute over the law enforcement investigators' access to encrypted data.

KKK leader: Anaheim PD rejected Klan's request for security

A Klan leader who was injured when his group brawled with counter-protesters says he called police beforehand asking for security and was told, "We don't do that."

NY judge rules US can't make Apple provide iPhone data

The decision gives support to Apple's position in its fight against an order to create software to help the FBI hack an iPhone linked to the San Bernardino shooters.

Clarence Thomas asks 1st question from Supreme Court bench in 10 years

Thomas, who hadn't asked a question since Feb. 22, 2006, drew gasps from people at the Supreme Court when he questioned a lawyer during oral arguments Monday.

Victim of I-5 racing crash ID'ed as Sheriff's lieutenant's son

Brian Lewandowski, 18, was one of three people killed in a fiery freeway crash caused by a pair of street racers over the weekend.

Possible mother, son fatally shot while sitting inside car

A man and two women were sitting in a parked car when a sedan drove by and an unknown suspect opened fire, police said.

Update: 3 stabbed at KKK gathering in Anaheim

Police say Klan members had just arrived to a park when they were confronted by counter-protesters. During the brawl, two Klansmen were stomped.

Riverside DA seeks injunction for Coachella Valley gang

The DA is seeking a civil gang injunction against Varrio Coachella Rifa, which has ties to the Mexican Mafia and has allegedly "terrorized" the Coachella Valley.