LAPD Chief Charlie Beck
A surfer who was shot at by police during the manhunt for rogue ex-cop Christopher Dorner has filed a lawsuit against a Los Angeles suburb and its police department.
A man was arrested during the city’s sixth gun buyback event over the weekend after showing up at a drop-off location with a homemade pipe bomb.
A judge Wednesday threw out a multi-million dollar lawsuit filed by the family of 19-year-old Abdul Arian, who was killed by Los Angeles police in a pursuit that ended on the 101 Freeway in Woodland Hills in April 2012.
A husband and wife who serve with the LAPD and were targeted by Christopher Dorner broke their silence about being placed under police protection during the manhunt.
LAPD Chief Charlie Beck has just announced he’s reopening the disciplinary case that resulted in triple murder suspect and former cop Christopher Dorner’s termination.
A jury awarded $24 million to a teenager who was left paralyzed after he was shot by a Los Angeles Police Department officer in 2010.
Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck Wednesday shed new light on the quadruple homicide that rocked Northridge Sunday.
It’s an exciting time for L.A. Kings fans but authorities ask that they celebrate safely as the team goes on to play for the Stanley Cup at the Staples Center Wednesday night.
Venture into the LAPD’s gun locker and you’ll find hand guns, assault rifles and machine guns. Chief Charlie Beck gave KCAL9 News a rare look inside the gun locker and showed the bizarre weapons officers have seized on the streets of L.A.
Another top law enforcement official has come out publicly in favor of driver’s licenses for illegal immigrants.
The LAPD is fighting crime from a high-tech war room that gives it eyes all over the city. The surveillance hub is now a model for police forces around the world and KCAL9 got an exclusive tour inside from Chief Charlie Beck.
Authorities have identified the man arrested in connection to a rash of fires set across L.A. and the San Fernando Valley, according to authorities.
The two men now named as prime suspects in the beating of San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow are scheduled to be arraigned Monday in Los Angeles Superior Court.
Money, contract issues and a dispute between the police union and LAPD Chief Charlie Beck may force the reassignment of detectives back to patrol duty.
The day after the main suspect in the brutal beating of San Francisco Giants fan Bryan Stow took a lie detector test LAPD officials said they were certain they’ve arrested the right man.