A 19-year-old man was shot and killed Monday while he was walking his younger brother to school in South Los Angeles, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.
Two young men were shot July 12 at Summer Night Lights, a landmark “anti-gang” initiative in Sun Valley.
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A gang-related shooting in the Lafayette Square area of Los Angeles Wednesday left two people dead and one suspect in custody, police said.
Street gangs from South L..A. may be behind series of daytime burglaries in Glendale, police said Friday.
A special burglary task force nabbed a ring of burglars, who police said had targeted expensive neighborhoods across Southern California.
Authorities say a convicted murderer made famous for having a murder scene tattooed on his chest received unemployment benefits while he was in Los Angeles County jail.
A man who had been on the run for more than a decade has arrived in Southern California from Mexico to face charges in the fatal shootings of four people, including two gang leaders.
Officials announced Wednesday that they had three suspects in custody for the Christmas night murder of an innocent woman gunned down in front of her 3-year-old daughter.
Federal prosecutors have arrested 10 gang members and associates for allegedly selling methamphetamine and firearms.
Sheriff’s deputies busting a chop shop at a man’s residence in Perris Tuesday, shot and killed the man’s dog after it attacked a K-9 officer.
Police Thursday searched for suspects after a boy, 15, was shot in the leg in an apparent gang-related attack outside an elementary school in Pomona.
An 18-month-long investigation of extortion and narcotics trafficking in the area east of Los Angeles International Airport ends in the arrests of nearly two dozen suspects.
Two Garden Grove gang members will likely spend the rest of their lives in prison for gunning down a rival and his girlfriend in Garden Grove in 2007.
A standoff with officers over financial disclosure forms won’t affect the department’s response ability, according to LAPD Chief Charlie Beck.