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LA Police Commission meeting halted by protesters

| Loud chanting prompted commissioners to recess their meeting and clear the room. Later, they discussed hiring liaisons to help the families of people shot by police.

Black Lives Matter shuns LAPD alliance embraced by The Game


The group is calling for the firing of LAPD Chief Charlie Beck at a time when he's entered a high-profile dialogue with rappers about ending gang violence.


Police killings prompt rappers to organize for peace


Snoop Dogg and Compton rapper, The Game, are just the latest artists to use their celebrity to call attention to the rash of police violence.

Drinking fountains splash down on LA's Skid Row


As the weather's heating up, the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power has installed seven temporary public drinking fountains in L.A. County.


Uptick in coyotes cause discussion at City Hall


City leaders are looking at implementing a "coyote management program" to deal with increased sightings of the animal.

LA City Council looks to revive LAPD body camera program


Earlier this year, the City Council balked at a $58 million dollar price tag for the camera system. A new report suggests savings from lawsuits could offset the cost.

SoCal Gas wrapping up cleaning of Porter Ranch homes


The company says the court-ordered project cleaned the interiors of about 1,700 homes belonging to those still displaced by the natural gas leak.

80 percent of LGBT people killed are minorities


When violence strikes the LGBT community, the victims often look like those who died in the Orlando tragedy.