Family Of 'Innocent Child' Gunned Down In South LA Speaks OutThe family of a 15-year-old boy who was shot and killed in South Los Angeles is mourning his death this week – 16 years after losing another son during the Rodney King riots.
'We Are A Better City': Emotional Mayor Decries Chicago Gun Violence After Dozens Shot, 12 Killed Over WeekendAt least 12 of the victims died and many others were hospitalized.
More Than 470 Firearms Surrendered In LA Gun BuybackSince the buyback program began in 2009, the city has collected more than 16,480 firearms.
LA Offering Gift Cards For Guns SaturdayThe gun buyback events allow residents to surrender weapons anonymously, with no questions asked.
Parkland Activist David Hogg Accepted To UC IrvineThe Parkland, Florida school shooting survivor who helped launch the March For Our Lives movement against gun violence could be coming to UC Irvine.
LAUSD Hosts First In Series Of School Safety Town HallsThe event was the first of a handful that will take place in each LAUSD school board area over the next two months. 
South LA Teens Return From DC March Against Gun ViolenceSome young community activists returned home tonight after taking part in the historic March For Our Lives in Washington. Cristy Fajardo reports from LAX where she spoke with some of those returning activists.
Local Teen Who Lost Brother To Gun Violence Speaks At DC MarchA local teen who lost a brother to gun violence spoke at Saturday's March For Our Lives rally in Washington, D.C.
LAUSD Wants Students To Stay On Campus During Gun Violence WalkoutStudents in the Los Angeles Unified school district were urged to not walk out of school to participate in a planned national protest against gun violence.
Photo Of Purported Walmart Gun Display Roils Social MediaThe sign is apparently one that's used in Walmart's current superhero-themed "back to school" marketing campaign, but the company said in a statement that "what's seen in this photograph would never be acceptable in our stores."
An Officer, Father's Pain Of Losing His Son To Gun ViolenceLAPD officer Stinson Brown channeled his grief into helping other young men.