An investigation by the Los Angeles Times reveals that in recent years, cases of mistaken identity and other errors have resulted in hundreds of people being wrongly detained in Los Angeles County jails.
An investigation by the Los Angeles Times has revealed that most of the security cameras in downtown Los Angeles haven’t been working for nearly two years.
The food being sold at children’s hospitals throughout the Southland frequently is no better than fast-food fare, UCLA and the RAND Corp. said in a study released Friday.
An annual report released Tuesday by the US Public Interest Research Group identified more than a dozen toys that violate federal safety standards for lead, chemicals and choking hazards.
Detectives are working to determine why a 9-year-old boy made false claims that a man tried to kidnap him outside his home in Monrovia.
The RAND Corp. Monday officially retracted a study published in September that linked increases in crime to the closing of marijuana dispensaries around Los Angeles.
The American Civil Liberties Union Wednesday issued a scathing 26-page report blasting Sheriff Lee Baca, who they say fosters a brutal and corrupt jail system.
Two Fullerton police officers have been charged in the beating death of Kelly Thomas.
Authorities say a Bakersfield sheriff’s deputy did not violate department policy when he fatally shot a former NFL player after a scuffle at a convenience store.
A new report card on our beaches has been released and, once again, several California beaches received failing marks from the National Resources Defense Council.
The Los Angeles Unified School District needs critical reform in teacher evaluation, tenure and teaching assignment policies, according to a national study of the district released Tuesday.
Serene Branson reported on the CBS 2 News at 11 p.m. about a woman, now 18, who says a Los Angeles Police Department officer got her pregnant when she was underage.
Officials are set to release a report into how the Los Angeles sheriff’s department investigated the death of a journalist who was killed when he was struck by a tear gas missile 41 years ago.
The government on Tuesday plans to release the findings of its investigation into reports of sudden acceleration in Toyota vehicles.
Secretary of State Debra Bowen says 59.6 percent of California’s eligible voters cast ballots on Nov. 2, the highest for a gubernatorial election in the state since 1994.