Leonel Vega, 34, pleaded guilty to voluntary manslaughter and was sentenced to 15 years in prison in the shooting death of 17-year-old Giovani Onofre.
Sixty-eight-year-old Michael Hanline’s wrongful conviction is the latest case successfully taken on by the California Innocence Project.
A backlog of unanalyzed fingerprint evidence at the LAPD has more than doubled in the last two years, according to a report.
Prosecutors will begin calling witnesses Tuesday in their case against 74-year-old Samuel Little, who faces life in prison for killing the three women who were found nude below the waist.
Assemblyman Mike Gatto wants to prohibit police agencies from administering handgun buy-backs without taking steps to ensure firearms are property identified and tested as potential evidence.
The Sheriff of San Bernardino County stresses that all of Rodger’s gun purchases were made legally.
A judge ordered two suspects to stand trial Monday in the shooting deaths of two USC graduate students from China last year.
Actor Robert Wagner has declined to be interviewed by detectives investigating the 1981 drowning of his then-wife, Natalie Wood.
A newly released report shows coroner’s officials amended Natalie Wood’s death certificate based on unanswered questions about bruises on her upper body but were lacking several pieces of evidence and could only determine that she drowned under undetermined circumstances more than 30 years ago.
Attorneys were also expected to lay out new policies and procedures they want implemented at schools nationwide to protect children in classrooms from sexual abuse.
Prosecutors decided Friday not to file charges against a former Tournament of Roses Association director who was arrested this week in a 2004 cold case murder.
Criminals who try to toss evidence from their vehicle while running from the law will no longer be able to do so with GeoTag.
The southbound Harbor Freeway was closed Friday morning near the 10 Freeway, where officers were looking for evidence that may have been thrown from a van that was chased by police.
Grand Jury transcripts in the “grim sleeper” serial killer case are revealing new information Thursday.
Police say two more teenagers have been arrested in connection with an accidental shooting that wounded two students at a south Los Angeles high school.