Sheldon Martin, a 20-year-old student and football player at Chaffey College, was killed in a car-to-car shooting east of Valley Way in Rubidoux Saturday night.
Judge Judy is going primetime.
The family of an aspiring musician, who was gunned down four years ago, is holding out hope that his murder case will be solved.
Seventeen people, including eight juveniles, were arrested Wednesday for allegedly trying to storm the Victor Valley Mall during an anti-George Zimmerman protest.
A group which bills itself as “Justice for Trayvon Martin-Los Angeles” rallied in Beverly Hills on Wednesday evening.
Friends and family held a vigil Saturday evening for a man shot to death last week by LA County Sheriff’s Deputies.
If you love cars, a must-stop during a visit to the foothill region is the Justice Brothers Racing Museum in Duarte.
Civil rights activists in L.A. held a rally Monday, adding their voices to the nationwide calls for the arrest of George Zimmerman in the shooting death of Florida Teen Trayvon Martin.
The LA City Council and an anonymous donor have stepped forward to offer a $100,000 reward for information that leads to the capture and conviction of a man wanted for the 2006 murder of his live-in girlfriend.
As California struggles to regain its financial footing, the budget axe could soon fall on the state’s justice system.
California’s parole board has granted parole for one of three people convicted of hijacking a Chowchilla school bus and holding 26 children and their driver captive underground in 1976.
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Stephen G. Breyer says the notion that federal judges make decisions based on politics is grossly distorted.