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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
The complaint says the AIDS Healthcare Foundation plan to create a city health department would “immediately disrupt critical public health services.”
A new poll finds growing support for the legalization of marijuana, and that even people without health insurance are unsure of the Affordable Care Act.
One of the biggest commercial real estate deals in downtown Los Angeles in recent history would allow Brookfield Office Properties to avoid millions of dollars in taxes, according to activists.
For years, activists have complained about brutality by deputies against inmates inside Los Angeles County jails. Is federal intervention necessary?
At Sherman Oaks homeowners meeting, Baca does not mention federal jail inquiries, and no one asks him about them.
Gov. Jerry Brown has indicated he will sign the legislation. Opponents argue a driver’s license should be a privilege reserved for people in the country legally.
Inmate rights activists are upset at the state possibly spending hundreds of millions of dollars to relocate prisoners, which would also make family visits difficult.
Deputy Chief Michael Downing says Southern California remains a prime target for terrorists because of LAX, the port complex, and dozens of entertainment venues.
As President Obama continues to weigh options against Syria, anti-war activists across Southern California urge him to stand down.
Employees at four LA area school districts participated in a “massive scheme” to steal thousands of textbooks, according to an indictment unsealed Thursday.
The California State Assembly approved legislation that would give prosecutors discretion in cases involving "simple possession" of cocaine and heroin.
Autumn Burke joins Sebastian Ridley-Thomas as offspring of powerful LA political figures seeking to follow in their parents' footsteps.
The longtime preacher at Holman United Methodist church in the West Adams district of Los Angeles was a key architect of non-violent tactics.
Along with Southern Florida, the region is a beehive of healthcare fraud. Last week, a man was convicted for using Skid Row transients as fake patients.
A new report says while higher wage earners and men are faring better, California's slow recovery is "not providing the jobs needed "for a robust economic rebound."