Auto thefts and other property crimes were on the rise following a statewide initiative to release more California inmates early, according to a new study.
The Orange County Board of Supervisors was expected to vote Tuesday on an ordinance that would fine and potentially jail parents who knowingly allow alcohol to be served to kids at their homes.
Police in Riverside County are set to debut a new high-tech theft prevention tool that applies microscopic identifying markers to personal property.
Detectives with the Santa Clarita Valley Sheriff’s Station have taken a man into custody they say used a popular dating website to entice women he would eventually steal from.
Detectives with the Sheriff’s Department Homicide Bureau are investigating the discovery of a human skull found on a property in Palmdale.
A bail review hearing was scheduled on Friday for Los Angeles County Assessor John Noguez, who faces charges of misappropriation of public funds and other counts.
Property and violent crime in the city of Los Angeles were down for the 10th consecutive year in 2012, the city’s mayor and police chief said Monday.
Computer multi-billionaire Larry Ellison, who just bought a Hawaiian Island, has obtained his 11th property in Malibu, it was reported Saturday.
A federal appeals court has upheld the right of homeless people on Los Angeles’ Skid Row to temporarily leave their belongings unattended on sidewalks.
City Attorney Carmen Trutanich has filed a lawsuit against on the nation’s biggest banks over alleged illegal eviction and maintenance practices.
The city manager of Stanton says drastic reductions to public services are coming in the face of an annual deficit of over $2.8 million.
LA City firefighters tried to rescue a trapped construction worker Thursday after the man apparently was buried in an eight-foot deep trench in Bel Air Estates.
The Los Angeles Unified School District board approved a budget-balancing plan Tuesday that would save the majority of school programs if furlough and salary agreements can be reached with labor unions and if voters support a $298 parcel tax.
When does too much “stuff” pose a public threat? That’s the question facing city officials after another death on Skid Row.
Local lawmakers moved Wednesday to help Los Angeles property owners rebuild quickly after a rash of recent arson fires.