Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca Tuesday announced he will retire at the end of the month after 16 years as the head of the department.
Law enforcement agencies across the Southland have issued a warning Tuesday for drivers who insist on driving impaired on New Year’s Eve.
An investigative report in the LA Times Sunday revealed that a quarter of all GPS devices used to track convicted criminals in LA County do not work.
The first-ever global health awareness day, World AIDS Day, was first held in 1988.
Two Los Angeles City Council members called on the city Tuesday to investigate the risk to older concrete buildings following media reports estimating at least 50 of the more than 1,000 at-risk buildings would crumble in a major earthquake.
More than 1,000 aging buildings in Los Angeles County could be at risk of falling down during a major earthquake, according to an analysis by the Los Angeles Times.
The Oxnard Police Department is warning residents to be aware of a rash of fumigation burglaries in the community.
Fierce winds stoked several small fires across Southern California on Saturday, forcing 260 residents and hospital patients to evacuate the Marine Corps’ Camp Pendleton causing a key freeway junction to shut down and damaging cars and homes.
Gas prices are on the rise again, surpassing the $4 mark for the first time since Aug. 6, according to AAA and the Oil Price Information Service.
A Los Angeles County probation officer accused of bilking the state of $1.6 million in a childcare fraud scheme pleaded not guilty Monday.
California Lottery officials Saturday said one ticket sold in Los Angeles County is worth $358,414.
A Los Angeles County probation officer is one of five people accused in a child-care fraud scheme that allegedly cost taxpayers $1.6 million.
The panel was created after the deaths of several children in the care of L.A. County.
Officials from the Sheriff’s Department are under fire Wednesday for hosting what some called a racially offensive comedy show during a department luncheon.
California’s unemployment rate fell to 8.5 percent in June as the state continues to close the gap on the national jobless rate, the state Employment Development Department announced Thursday.