Community leaders held a news conference Thursday calling for Attorney General Eric Holder to conduct an immediate investigation into the video released of a California Highway Patrol officer beating a woman.
KCAL9’s Kristine Lazar reports Commissioner Joseph Farrow promised the investigation will take weeks rather than months.
Traffic on the Northbound lanes of the San Gabriel River (605) freeway came to a standstill Monday night after a pedestrian was struck and killed by a vehicle.
Local civil rights leaders met Monday with CHP Deputy Commissioner Ramona Prieto in an impromptu gathering outside the agency’s downtown headquarters.
The video went viral and sparked outrage around the city.
The death is being investigated by detectives from the robbery-homicide unit and forensic department technicians.
The family of a woman who was caught on video being punched by a CHP officer on a freeway, is speaking out for the first time as they say they want the officer punished.
A flash flood warning has been issued for east San Bernardino County.
The assault video has gone viral.
The shooting happened after a brief pursuit, according to authorities.
KCAL9’s Randy Paige reports an arrest report shows the incident – captured on video by a motorist – occurred at the 10 on-ramp near La Brea July 1 at about 5:45 p.m.
The incident was caught on cell phone video by a man driving by.
A possible DUI suspect led California Highway Patrol Tuesday night on a high-speed pursuit along the northbound 5 Freeway.
The crash involved several vehicles, according to the CHP.
The CHP said the accident occurred at about 9:50 p.m. Saturday at Gage Avenue, east of Converse Avenue.