El Camino Real High School
A Calabasas man convicted of gunning down a high school student outside of his Winnetka home last year was sentenced Tuesday to 50 years to life in prison.
A Calabasas man was convicted Thursday of gunning down a Woodland Hills high school soccer player outside the teen’s home last year.
A Calabasas man, charged with murder for allegedly shooting an El Camino Real High School student last month, was set to appear in court Wednesday in connection with an unrelated armed robbery.
Officers and community volunteers are searching the Calabasas Landfill in Agoura Hills Wednesday for the gun used in the slaying of a popular El Camino Real High School student.
A 24-year-old Calabasas was formerly charged with murder Wednesday for allegedly shooting 17-year-old El Camino Real High School student and soccer goalie Francisco Rodriguez outside his family’s home.
Authorities announced in a news conference Tuesday the arrest of two suspects involved in the murder of a 17-year-old El Camino Real High School soccer player.
Students at El Camino Real High School rallied together Friday at the first soccer game since the slaying of the team’s star goalie who was murdered this week.
Authorities are investigating the shooting death of a 17-year-old old El Camino Real High School student.
A former Los Angeles Unified School District police officer is scheduled to be sentenced Wednesday for faking his own shooting.
A pretrial hearing took place Friday for Jeff Stenroos, the school police officer accused of lying about being shot by a burglary suspect in Woodland Hills.
El Camino Real High School was briefly placed on lockdown Wednesday afternoon as police investigated a suspicious vehicle parked nearby.
Granada Hills Charter High School was proclaimed the winner of the California Academic Decathlon Monday.
Los Angeles Unified School District is losing possibly its best school to the charter school movement.
More traditional neighborhood schools are looking to operate as charters because they can get huge increases in funding as well as flexibility in how they use it.
Authorities are planning an $80,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the gunman who shot and wounded a Los Angeles school police officer as police continue a search for the suspect.