Crime & Justice
Many immigrants who are in the U.S. illegally are wondering what the future holds for them and their families.
The NAACP chapter says those changes contradict what it submitted to the Department of Justice when it applied for initial funding.
The federal judge said he will issue a written ruling on whether to allow the testimony of an Alzheimer’s expert in the upcoming trial of the former L.A. sheriff.
Sheriff's officials say the suspect was shot and pronounced dead at the scene shortly after midnight following a three-hour-long standoff.
One man is dead and the other is outstanding after two men attempted to ram cars on the 91 freeway.
Officers were called to a storage facility where an angry man was armed with a handgun and a machete.
Decisions by police departments to enforce immigration law are varied, and some worry enforcement could lead to abuse.
A U.S. District Judge in San Diego will hear arguments today from lawyers representing Donald Trump about postponing the federal civil case against Trump University, the President-elect’s now-belly-up real estate school, until after his January 20th inauguration.
James Otis faces up to three years in jail or a $10,000 fine. The star has since been repaired.
Take Two speaks with Edina Lekovic of the Muslim Public Affairs Council about how local Muslims are reacting to the proposed database of Muslim immigrants.
Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck will join AirTalk today to answer questions about challenges the LAPD might face from the federal government if the department does not follow stepped up enforcement of immigration laws.
A judge tentatively rejected pimping charges against the operators of the site, which advertises escort services and was called the "world's top online brothel" by the state attorney general.
Lt. Steve Jauch says authorities received a call around 6 a.m. Wednesday reporting a man with a machete in a residential area just blocks from police headquarters.
As of two weeks ago, getting caught transporting 50 pounds of marijuana could have resulted in a felony charge. Not any more.
Riverside County sheriff's officials say a deputy shot and killed a suspect when he came at him with a knife near the Temecula Courthouse on Tuesday.
The Los Angeles Police Commission on Tuesday promised more steps to address any explicit and implicit biases among offers, though challenges remain. Here are some takeaways.