he day after police pepper sprayed student protesters at Santa Monica College students and the college president are speaking out.
Campus police at Santa Monica College pepper sprayed a crowd of students Tuesday after they disrupted a Board of Trustees meeting.
A video of an out-of-control 50-something man at Disneyland will surely soon go viral.
A former convict accused of using pepper spray to attack a store security guard during an attempted shoplifting attempt was behind bars on Friday.
Los Angeles County prosecutors will not file a felony case against a woman who allegedly used pepper spray while shopping at a Walmart store in Porter Ranch during a Black Friday sale.
More than 100 students, who are angry over rising tuition fees and the pepper-spraying of peaceful protesters by University of California police, are converging on the UCLA campus as UC regents try to hold a meeting for the second time this month.
The Los Angeles Police Department is continuing to interview witnesses from last week’s pepper spray melee at a Porter Ranch Walmart store.
A woman believed to have used pepper spray on shoppers this week at a Walmart store in Porter Ranch has reportedly turned herself into authorities.
Authorities are looking for a woman who used pepper spray on shoppers at a Walmart store in Porter Ranch Thursday night.
Bill Bratton has been officially hired by UC officials in the wake of the now-viral video footage that occurred during a protest at the Davis campus.
The head of the UC system called on Monday for the chancellor at UCLA and other campuses statewide to review police tactics against protesters.
Tonight, we are getting our first look at Lucien Daigle, the 18-year LAPD veteran accused in a bizarre burglary.
Police are hunting for two suspects in a Southland crime spree that was cut short when they targeted an off-duty officer with pepper spray
Laguna Beach police are on the hunt for an assailant who tossed a rock — apparently laced with a noxious acid on it — through the window of an apartment building early Friday morning.
Jurors decided an inmate assaulted with pepper spray by Los Angeles deputies for cursing at a jailer should get $405,000.