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Public Safety Correspondent
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
Los Angeles police shoot an armed man outside the Mexican Consulate as he holds a pregnant woman hostage.
A cop on the beat, politicians and ordinary citizens give their viewpoints on the Los Angeles County measure.
Proposition 69 would eventually require the collection of DNA from everyone arrested for a felony. Law enforcement praises it, civil libertarians oppose it
Gay and lesbian African-American Christians from around the country gather in Los Angeles to talk about their status in society.
LAPD Chief William Bratton fields tough questions from homeless people at a forum near downtown LA.
Community activists hit LA's skid row to sign up the homeless to vote.
LA County law enforcement agencies have been raiding dozens of homes of convicted graffiti taggers as part of a crackdown on the practice.
Governor Schwarzenegger is expected to veto the bill letting illegal immigrants get a driver's license, citing a security risk. But some in law enforcement think, if anything, such a move would enhance security.
Elizabeth Edwards, wife of Democratic Vice Presidential candidate John Edwards, visits with military families in Burbank.
A visit to the Alameda Swap Meet, in the heart of the turf of the 38th Street Gang, the latest gang hit with a court-ordered injunction.
On the occasion of the California Highway Patrol's 75th anniversary, we ride along with a CHP officer patrolling LA's freeways.
After steady improvement in recent years, statewide standardized test scores in English and Math have flattened out or declined.
A report on the debate between incumbent Democratic Senator Barbara Boxer and her challenger, Republican Bill Jones.
A march to "take back the streets" from street thugs in Boyle Heights turns somber at the spot where a drive-by murder happened hours before.
How would the Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach handle a terrorist attack? They've planned a "dirty bomb" drill to find out.