A Los Angeles City Council member and former police chief sounded off Wednesday about his concerns over a plan to honor hundreds of individual police officers who made the ultimate sacrifice.
Friends, family and students gathered at a Torrance high school gym Thursday night to remember two best friends who died early Monday morning in a Santa Barbara car crash.
Thousands grabbed their boards and paddled out past the surf at Doheny State Beach Friday to honor sailing and surfing pioneer Hobie Alter.
A four-mile portion of Highway 38 was dedicated Wednesday to San Bernardino County sheriff’s Det. Jeremiah MacKay, who was killed during the Christopher Dorner manhunt in February 2013.
A memorial service was held Sunday for Dr. Richard Grossman, a medical pioneer who died last month at 81.
A Rhode Island mother Thursday paid her respects to fallen Los Angeles police Officer Nicholas Lee, who was featured in a special birthday video for her son battling leukemia.
A public rosary service was held at St. Basil Catholic Church on Wilshire Boulevard in Koreatown, where Lee’s wife and two daughters, ages 14 and 7, followed the flag-draped coffin into the church.
Hundreds gathered for a candlelight walk and memorial in West Hollywood Friday to honor an assistant camerawoman who was killed while filming in Georgia last month.
A national atheist organization may have won the battle over a Lake Elsinore roadside memorial that features a cross erected by a mother in honor of her late son.
Dozens of cyclists Wednesday honored a 21-year-old man who was killed in a hit-and-run crash in Orange.
The Los Angeles City Council was expected Wednesday to consider changes to how the city allows and removes temporary street memorials in the public right-of-way.
A Korean War veteran was honored Wednesday with a Christmas surprise from some of his colleagues at the La Habra Police Department.
Thousands of people are expected to show up for an unofficial tribute Sunday near the site where Paul Walker and Roger Rodas died in a fiery single-vehicle collision last weekend.
Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies are concerned about safety at this weekend’s fan gathering in Valencia to honor “Fast & Furious” star Paul Walker.
Fans were continuing to flock to Valencia on Thursday to visit the crash site of “Fast & Furious” star Paul Walker.