The mother of the 23-year-old gunman who killed five people in Santa Monica Friday released a statement expressing her “sadness” for the victims of the rampage.
A key hearing was underway Friday at City Hall over whether city officials have the legal authority to ban high-capacity ammunition magazines.
A gunman killed three people and injured three others before turning the gun on himself during a shooting spree Tuesday in Orange County.
Tough new safety measures went into effect at the University of Southern California on Monday in response to last year’s high-profile shootings on and near the South Los Angeles campus.
Candidates hoping to become the next Los Angeles City Attorney on Thursday roundly rejected accepting any campaign support from pro-gun lobbyists.
Parents may have a new option when it comes to protecting their children while at school in the wake of the Connecticut school shootings.
The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office accepted blame for not locking up a man accused of killing four people outside a Northridge unlicensed boarding house on Dec. 2.
The man accused of killing three people during a shooting rampage at a fire extinguishing business and home in Downey last month pleaded not guilty to murder and other counts on Wednesday.
The city of Anaheim will circulate the claim through police and risk management officials before offering a response within the next three months.
Residents in Anaheim will get their chance Thursday to weigh in on the recent officer-involved shootings that have sparked widespread protests.
Three people were shot Saturday in a possible gang-related attack in Long Beach.
A man has reportedly been taken into custody on Friday on suspicion of killing his girlfriend and her son.
The number of so-called “state of mind” shootings has jumped from 10 in 2005 to 15 in 2010, with black and Latino youth more likely to be misidentified as being armed.
The three robberies on Tuesday night brings the total number to as many as 10 in the last two weeks.
The Long Beach Police Officers Association won a reversal from a judge who protected the identities of officers involved in shootings dating back to 2005.