Local Civic, Religious Leaders Call For Calm In Preparation Of Grand Jury Decision On Ferguson Shooting
Civic and religious leaders in Southern California are calling for calm as a decision on whether to prosecute the police officer who killed Michael Brown is announced.
A $10,000 reward to pay witnesses who helped convict a man for setting a fire that destroyed a Catholic church in Hacienda Heights has been reinstated by the Board of Supervisors.
U.S. Attorney Laura Duffy said late Thursday that prosecutions would return to normal after the Justice Department agreed restore staff.
A Pasadena man entered a no contest on Friday to charges stemming from the fatal beating of a 16-month-old German shepherd last year.
Los Angeles County prosecutors say a former Long Beach police officer has been convicted of repeatedly assaulting his wife at their home using a belt, baton and flashlight in some attacks.
Attorneys for Michael Jackson’s doctor, Conrad Murray, are expected to open their case Friday morning.
City Councilman Ed Reyes has some harsh words for recent efforts by the top attorney in Los Angeles to punish “professional” protesters.
A Superior Court judge questions whether corruption charges brought against Bell administrators by Attorney General and Governor-elect Jerry Brown are fueled by political motives.
The judge overseeing the drug conspiracy trial of Anna Nicole Smith’s two doctors and lawyer-boyfriend says he thinks part of the prosecution’s case conflicts with state law.