Xinran Ji, 25, was found dead Thursday morning is his fourth floor unit at the City Park apartments in the 200 block of West 30th Street, after prosecutors say he was attacked on his way home from a study group.
The Washington State mudslide is bringing back painful memories of Southern California’s 2005 La Conchita disaster in Ventura County.
A 2012 lawsuit faulted the city for not putting up traffic barriers for an event attended by “tens of thousands of pedestrians.”
With the announcement Friday that skeletal remains found near Victorville belong to Joseph and Summer McStay and that other remains are likely that of their two young children, authorities are asking several important questions.
CBS News plans extensive coverage — across a variety of their shows — to commemorate the 5oth anniversary of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy.
Scores of fundraisers have sprung up in the aftermath of the tragedy in Newtown, Connecticut.
Speaking at a graduating class of nearly 500 police cadets, LAPD Chief Charlie Beck reflected on the shooting massacre in Connecticut.
Gun control advocates held a series of vigils around the Southland Saturday to protest the mass shooting in Connecticut Friday that left 28 people dead.
The images are everywhere. And they are haunting. Disturbing.
They played “We Found Love In A Hopeless Place” at the wedding.
Cell phone video of comedian Dane Cook making a joke about the recent theater shootings in Aurora, Colo., during a stand-up routine Thursday night was released to the Daily Caller Friday.
A longtime friend of Bob and Arlene Holmes — parents of the suspect in the Aurora, Colorado massacre at a theater showing “Dark Knight Rises” — walked out of their Rancho Penasquitos home Friday thanking the public on their behalf.
Officials say a 7-year-old Lancaster boy accidentally hanged himself in the backyard of his home.
A last-minute decision to not race with his four friends is credited with saving the life of competitive sailor Michael Patton.
The bell at Los Angeles City Hall rang six times Sunday in memory of those killed in a deadly shooting rampage in Tucson, Ariz. last year.