'Justice Has Been Served': Southland Leaders React After Derek Chauvin Is Found Guilty In Death Of George FloydLeaders across the Southland reacted Tuesday following the conviction of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin in the death of George Floyd.
Judge In Derek Chauvin Trial Rebukes Rep. Maxine Waters For ‘Confrontational’ Comments"I'll give you that Congresswoman Waters may have given you something on appeal that may result in this whole trial being overturned."
Watch The Derek Chauvin Trial LiveClosing arguments are underway Monday in the trial of Derek Chauvin, the former Minneapolis police officer accused of murdering George Floyd.
Protestors Remember Daunte Wright and Adam Toledo At A Vigil In Leimert Park Sunday NightProtestors gathered in south LA's Leimert Park to hold a candlelight vigil two of the most recent police-involved killings.
Officials: 'Fight Until Justice Runs Down Like Water' But Avoid Violence In Protests, RalliesAs people across the nation stand united to fight for accountability in the deaths of individuals who were killed by police officers, those officials are hoping to spread a message about peaceful protests.
Derek Chauvin Trial, April 1 Live Updates: 3rd Precinct Supervisor Says Officers’ Restraint Of George Floyd Could’ve Ended EarlierAfter a 911 dispatcher called now-retired Minneapolis police sergeant David Pleoger to report something “concerning” on May 25, 2020, Pleoger called officer Derek Chauvin on his cell phone.
Derek Chauvin Trial, March 31: New Video Shows Chauvin Defending His Actions To BystanderOn day three of the Derek Chauvin trial, a witness who tried to urge George Floyd to comply with Minneapolis police broke down on the stand, sobbing, “Oh my God.”
Council Committee Reviews Report On LAPD Mishandling Of George Floyd ProtestsCity Councilwoman Monica Rodriguez said Wednesday the Los Angeles Police Department's response to last year's protests sparked by the in-custody death of George Floyd in Minneapolis "represents one of the worst examples in the history of the department."
George Floyd Protesters Sue LA County, 3 Cities Over Arrest ConditionsNearly 40 people arrested last summer while protesting the death of George Floyd have filed suit against Los Angeles County and three Southland cities alleging their civil rights were violated.
Unifying America: SoCal Man Launches Campaign To Connect People With A Simple 'Hello'In the wake of the death of George Floyd at the hands of Minneapolis police, a SoCal man noticed people were treating him differently. To combat the division, he launched a campaign that urges people to "Just Say Hello."
'Injury On Top Of Death': Calls For Accountability Grow After LAPD Officers Allegedly Shared Image Mocking George FloydLAPD said Monday that it was unable to comment further on the pending personnel investigation, but the police union said in a statement that Chief Michel Moore must "act swiftly to hold those individuals accountable."
LAPD Response To George Floyd Protests To Be ReviewedThe National Police Foundation is looking for public input assessing the Los Angeles Police Department's response to the large demonstrations that followed last year's death of George Floyd. 
Tustin Police Chief Embraces Video From Black Sergeant About Racism, Police BrutalityTustin Police Sgt. Robert Nelson recorded cell phone video of his reaction to George Floyd's death on May 28, 2020.
Multi-Agency Task Force Announces Arrests In Connection With Looting, Violence In May, JuneThe Safe L.A. Task Force announced Wednesday that so far, they've closed 42 of the 149 open cases and made several major arrests. LAPD Chief Michel Moore said one of their most significant arrests is of Gabriel Estrada, for the attempted murder of a police officer. 
Former 'SNL' Star Jay Pharoah Says LAPD Officer Kneeled On His Neck, Shares Video To Social MediaFormer "Saturday Night Live" star Jay Pharoah said that earlier this year, an LAPD officer kneeled on his neck in a case of mistaken identity.