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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
KPCC's Frank Stoltze talks with LAPD's Counterterrorism chief John Miller about the explosions in London and the local response.
Relatives of Los Angeles filmmaker Cyrus Kar are suing to win his release from a detention facility in Iraq. The US military says Kar was in a taxi carrying a common component used to make explosives.
As Mayor-elect Antonio Villaraigosa gets ready to be inaugurated Friday, his colleagues look back on his career.
Van Nuys Assemblyman Lloyd Levine talks about the bill he authored which would allow doctors to help people end their lives if they were mentally competent and had six or fewer months to live.
The Los Angeles Lakers have rehired Phil Jackson as coach in the hopes that he'll turn the team around after a losing season.
KPCC's Frank Stoltze gathered the sounds as a jury found Michael Jackson not guilty on all charges related to the pop star's child molestation trial.
Local police agencies plan to work with federal agents to catch illegal immigrants. Critics fear the plan will stop immigrants from reporting crimes.
Martin Ludlow will resign his seat on the Los Angeles City Council after being picked by the LA County Federation of Labor to succeed Miguel Contreras.
The Los Angeles County Federation of Labor is expected to pick LA City Councilman Martin Ludlow to succeed Miguel Contreras, who died last month.
Cameras go up in the Fashion District, watching as people come and go.
Officials with the California Department of Corporations meet with Koreatown community leaders to talk about recent financial scams that have targeted Korean-Americans.
Former Assembly speaker Bob Hertzberg will chair the 82-member transition team that includes leaders from business, labor, education, religion and the arts.
The Federal Aviation Administration has approved the $11 billion plan to modernize LAX. The approval marks the final regulatory hurdle, but the controversial plan still faces challenges.
Members of the East Bakersfield High School newspaper have sued their principal for pulling a story about gay students. The principal maintains he was worried about student safety.
Outgoing LA mayor Jim Hahn announces he is giving up public life following his loss to Antonio Villaraigosa in the mayoral runoff election.