Los Angeles County officials voted by a narrow margin Tuesday to throw their support behind President Barack Obama’s executive actions on immigration.
Law enforcement officials said Wednesday they’re focused on reducing the number of inmates in Los Angeles County who return to prison.
Southland doctors have been told to be on on the lookout for patients reporting unusual vision problems after clusters of syphilis that cause blindness have been reported on the West Coast.
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies will undergo training for interacting with photographers or members of the public who are taking photos in public places as part of a court settlement.
Los Angeles County officials were set to vote Tuesday on whether to increase fines for wasting water.
Los Angeles County is teaming up with the U.S. State Department to provide training to foreign prosecutors and law enforcement personnel.
Los Angeles County is alerting physicians and hospitals to be on the lookout for patients with symptoms of a rare mosquito-borne virus.
Los Angeles County officials have approved creation of an online database that will make municipal statistics and records available to the public for free.
Rescue teams in Los Angeles County performed a record number of rescues in 2014, a trend many credit to the rise of social media, authorities announced Tuesday.
Four employees of the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department have been relieved of duty, authorities said Monday.
Deputies with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department will soon begin training on what officials say is the world’s most realistic use-of-force training simulator.
The body of a 23-year-old missing CSUN student was found Friday along the 10 Freeway in Palm Desert, authorities said.
County health officials and health care providers Thursday called on the federal government to step up protection protocols in response to the Ebola crisis.
Public health officials in Los Angeles County say they are prepared to handle the Ebola virus if it reaches Southern California.
Hate crimes in Los Angeles County dropped to their lowest levels in 24 years, including notable decreases in crimes targeting Jewish and gay victims, officials said Wednesday.