Crime & Justice
L.A. County Sheriff Jim McDonnell and retired police captain Greg Meyer discuss the reaction to Dallas from local law enforcement officials.
Four Dallas law enforcement officers were shot and killed, and seven others and one civilian wounded by two snipers at the end of a march and rally in downtown Dallas.
A pair of fatal shootings by police, both with graphic cell phone footage and just 24-hours apart, has brought further criticism of law enforcement practices.
The L.A. County Sheriff's Department will no longer report to the public whether individual shootings are judged in or out of policy, following union objections.
A man with a knife refused to comply with the officers' verbal commands, according to an advisory. He then reportedly advanced toward officers with a knife and was shot.
The controversial death of two black men thousands of miles away at the hands of police officers have resonated with some Los Angeles residents.
The men were trying to drive black people out of a public housing complex in the Boyle Heights area near downtown, prosecutors said.
Sleepy Altadena was rocked by tragedy this week when a 4-year-old boy was shot and killed on his front porch Tuesday night.
Los Angeles Sheriff’s investigators released an image of one of the taggers suspected of defacing a Vietnam War memorial in Venice just before Memorial Day.
It's in stark contrast to the federal government, which has effectively banned funding for any research into gun violence.
Highway Patrol officers shot Pedro Villanueva when he allegedly drove at them. Experts say police should generally move out of the way of moving cars, not shoot the driver.
A shooting involving California Highway Patrol officers in Fullerton left one suspect dead and another hospitalized Sunday evening.
A suspect suffered a medical problem and was hospitalized after Anaheim police took him into custody.
State regulators allegedly began investigating Paradise Cove after beachgoers complained that the restaurant was charging a $20 daily fee to access the shore.
The loss of Antonin Scalia led to a number of 4-4 ties. Harder to quantify is the impact his absence had on the decision making of other justices.
The rate of increase has slowed from last year, but the rise in violent crime has police leaders concerned. Criminologists say its too early to declare a trend.