Officials say a suspect in a domestic situation was shot by police after he came at them with a knife.
Police say a man apparently killed his girlfriend in her Riverside apartment and then took his own life by laying in front of an oncoming train Friday.
A San Diego woman was arrested after her husband and 14-year-old daughter were found shot to death in the family’s apartment.
Actor Lane Garrison was in custody Monday on a parole hold following his arrest in Beverly Hills on suspicion of felony domestic violence, police reported.
Investigators say a man and a woman are dead in what appears to be a murder-suicide in a Santa Barbara area apartment building.
Adan Rendon, author of “The Vallie,” joined us in studio on Sunday morning. The book discusses his experience with an abusive father.
Playboy founder Hugh Hefner’s 21-year-old son pleaded no contest Tuesday to a misdemeanor domestic violence charge involving his Playmate girlfriend.
Mariposa Women & Family Center has been helping women, families and children get back on their feet for more than 35 years. Due to the struggling economy and lack of financial support from donors, the business may be forced to close its doors in just over a week.
A passing motorist assisted a police officer by driving into a suspect, who was apparently trying to get control of the officer’s pistol, police said.
Playboy founder Hugh Hefner’s son is free on bail Tuesday after being arrested on domestic violence charges.
Police in California’s Central Valley say two adults and two children are dead after an apparent murder-suicide, and a fifth person is hospitalized in critical condition.
TMZ is reporting that the actor will likely face domestic violence charges stemming from a November fight with his wife.
A 30-year-old Anaheim man is in custody on suspicion of killing his wife in front of their child on Christmas Day.
Hundreds of people turned out in Long Beach Friday to remember victims of domestic violence and take a stand against the epidemic.
The “Journey Of Hope” — a traveling national tour bus that will document stories of domestic violence — rolled into Los Angeles Thursday and Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa not only welcomed the bus but also became the first Angeleno to share a personal story.