Body scanners in L.A.'s transit stations? Metro and TSA are testing technology that could make it possible — without the need to erect an airport-style checkpoint.
Three young men have been charged separately with murders from Florida to Virginia to California. All appear to have links to the same white supremacist group: the "Atomwaffen Division."
A notice posted on the Cypress College website says police received a "credible report of possible violence against the campus." Monday morning classes were canceled.
Arne Wilberg's lawsuit alleges the tech giant pressured employees to "purge" eligible candidates in favor of Hispanic, African-American and female job seekers.
A police lieutenant and department spokesman used his job to get around California's strict gun laws in order to resell dozens of guns without a license, federal prosecutors said Friday.
A federal monitor says the L.A. Sheriff's Department is not giving all inmates with serious mental health problems enough time out of their cells.
A state law lets police or family members to seek a court order to temporarily seize weapons from people deemed a threat to themselves or others. How often — and how effectively — has it been used?
Investigators do not believe the children were being held captive, like another family in Riverside County that made headlines when officials said they had rescued their 13 children.