At a news conference, LAPD Chief Charlie Beck and Mayor Eric Garcetti reiterate a promise they’ve been making since last month to release the autopsy in the police shooting death of Ezell Ford.
Once lawyers began digging into Mark Berndt’s past, they discovered a three-decade pattern of odd behavior and complaints about the teacher that school administrators either missed or ignored.
Alexander McDonald, 28, entered the airport courthouse Tuesday morning, charged with murder for a shooting in which he didn’t pull the trigger.
KCAL9’s Crystal Cruz reports it’s been a year-and-a-half since Anthony Tummarello has seen his toddler, Anthony Jr.
Tanaka testified Friday as a defense witness in a case involving six deputies accused of conspiracy and obstruction of justice.
Dana Hills High School students were released after a four-hour lock down Thursday after an empty rifle or shotgun carrying case was reportedly found in a campus parking lot.
Jeffrey Herman is representing an unnamed man from the United Kingdom in his case against Singer and producer Gary Goddard.
A case of endemic typhus fever has been reported in Manhattan Beach, authorities announced Thursday.
The Supreme Court sided Tuesday with LAPD officers in a ruling that states police officers may enter and search a home without a warrant as long as one occupant consents, even if another resident has previously objected.
Pop superstar Justin Bieber now has a trial date in Miami for charges related to his recent arrest on Miami Beach.
A staff member at the University of California, Riverside, has been diagnosed with meningitis in what authorities said marks the fifth-such diagnosis within in the UC system in recent months.
Authorities say a fourth student has contracted meningitis at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
Andy Warhol’s artwork has always grabbed attention and sparked discussion, but one of his portraits of Farrah Fawcett is about to receive scrutiny of a different kind in a Los Angeles courtroom.
The Health Department Monday confirmed Los Angeles County’s first influenza case of the season.
Noriko Uno’s case is the first to go to trial in a proceeding that could determine whether Toyota Motor Corp. should be held liable for sudden unintended acceleration in its vehicles — a claim made by motorists that plagued the Japanese automaker and led to lawsuits, settlements and recalls of millions of its cars and SUVs.