County Supervisors Warn Of More To Come In FBI Corruption Probe Of LASD Two Los Angeles County Supervisors warned Tuesday of more to come in the fallout from the FBI's corruption probe of the Los Angeles Sheriff's Department. Calif. Lawmakers Call For Drought Declaration With another dry winter looming, California lawmakers called on Gov. Jerry Brown and President Barack Obama to declare a drought emergency and federal disaster in the state.
Nelson Mandela Remembered By Fellow Congregants At First A.M.E. Church Court To Consider California’s DNA Collection Law US Vet Merrill Newman, 85, Home From North Korea North Korea Deports US Tourist, Korean War Vet Detained For Alleged Hostile Acts Residents Recall Nelson Mandela’s Historic Visit To Southland UCLA Professors Remember How Mandela Moved Campuses To Join Fight Against Apartheid Former South African President Nelson Mandela Dies At 95 ‘Thousands’ Expected At DCFS Strike After Contract Talks Break Down With County Officials
1 Hurt In Rollover Accident Off 15 Freeway In San Bernardino Authorities responded Wednesday to a rollover accident in San Bernardino that left at least one person injured. City Council Exploring Duck Boat Tours For LA River The Los Angeles City Council is floating an idea to bring duck boats to the LA River.
Prosecution Rests In Kelly Thomas Case ‘Rubicon’ Star Christopher Evan Welch Dies At 48 Estate Of Murdered Reality TV Producer’s Wife Settled Woman Fatally Shot In Canyon Country Home LASD: Teens Throw Party, Cause $1M In Damage To La Habra Heights Home Police: Shooting At North Hills Nursing Home Was ‘Apparent Mercy Killing’ Revolution’s Reis Retires, Takes Coaching Job With Galaxy Man Convicted Of Murdering Ex’s Family Says He Didn’t Do It, Ran Like A Coward