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Southern California has a long and troubled history when it comes to policing. I explore a continuing disconnect between law enforcement officers and the communities they serve, look at when reforms have worked and where and why tensions remain. I'm always examining whether justice is being served.
Stories by Frank Stoltze
Sponsors of a conference on wrongful convictions hope the gathering will draw attention to the problem and lead to reforms. Since 1989, more than 200 people in California have gone to prison for crimes they did not commit.
LA Cardinal Roger Mahony called for a one-day fast and asked parishioners to pray for humane immigration legislation during a special Mass.
Spanish-language radio is taking on something new these days - politics. Latino DJ's recently played a key role in drawing hundreds of thousands of people out to protest an immigration reform bill before Congress.
The National Conference of Mayors sponsored a gang summit in downtown LA. Three-dozen mayors heard from gang experts, and wrestled with how to control a growing problem in cities around the country.
Organizers of last Saturday's massive immigrant rights demonstration in downtown LA are planning a one-day boycott.
The University of California has joined a growing number of US colleges that have pulled their investments out of Sudan, where ethnic violence has left at least 100,000 people dead.
Four members of the Aryan Brotherhood prison gang are on trial in Santa Ana, accused of orchestrating the murders or attempted murders of 15 inmates over the past three decades.
Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa announced $50 million in funding for affordable housing projects across the city. It's the largest one-time commitment from the city's Affordable Housing Fund.
LA Police Chief Bill Bratton and others in the department are pushing to put cameras in police cars, but cost could be a stumbling block.
The Venice Family Clinic provides therapy and psychiatric help to the poor, who often have trouble finding good mental health care.
Family and friends remembered former Los Angeles Times publisher Otis Chandler as a giant in journalism at a memorial service in Pasadena. Chandler died last week at the age of 78.
A group of farmers have until Tuesday to get off a 14-acre plot of land that has served as one of the nation's largest urban farms. The developer who owns the land wants to build a warehouse.
A federal grand jury has indicted a group of rogue cops and others in a string of home invasion robberies.
Cardinal Roger Mahony jumped into the center of the immigration debate on Ash Wednesday. He's speaking out against pending legislation he fears would require priests to ask immigrants for legal documentation before providing assistance.
LAPD officials say there's been a spate of unprovoked shootings at cops and they're asking the public for help in catching the shooters.