San Fernando Shooting Leaves Young Father Dead, Suspect At LargePolice continue to investigate a fatal shooting in San Fernando that left one man dead.
LA County Agrees To $2.7M Payout To Family Of Man Shot By DeputyMiguel Hernandez was shot by deputy Nathan Gillespie during a stop in Canyon Country on the evening of Jan. 14, 2016.
Former Wife Abuser Educates Over 20,000 Offenders: 'You Can Catch It Before It's Too Late'James Beard has walked a 30-year road to recovery, rehabilitation and redemption, after physically abusing his wife for years. For his daughter, Maisha, while she knows and applauds the changes and progress he's made, the memories of him battering her mother remain vivid, even today.
LASD Launches Body Camera Pilot Program At Four Patrol StationsThe Los Angeles Sheriff's Department Monday launched a body worn camera pilot program.
$10K Reward Offered For 2 Women Wanted In Fatal Beating Of Man, 65A $10,000 reward was offered Tuesday for information leading to the arrest of two women accused of fatally beating a 65-year-old man at a Blue Line train stop.
Whittier Man Suspected In Vicious Stabbings Turned Over To LASDThirty-four-year-old Alfred Tapia, a reputed gang member, was being held on attempted murder charges after being turned over to U.S. authorities on Wednesday, according to a Los Angeles Sheriff's Department spokesperson.
Man Wounded In Deputy-Involved Shooting In Long BeachA man was wounded Friday in a deputy-involved shooting in Long Beach, according to the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department.
Home Invasion Robbers Told Victims They Were Sheriff's DeputiesA couple of armed men reportedly staged two home invasion robberies Saturday night in Lancaster.
Spousal Abuse Suspect Shot And Killed By Hawthorne PoliceA spousal abuse suspect died Wednesday after he was shot during an encounter with police in Hawthorne.
Suspect Arrested After Allegedly Shooting At LASD Helicopter Officials Wednesday arrested a man who allegedly shot at a Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department helicopter.
Eat Better, Move More & Stress Less During 'Battle Of The Badges'!Cynthia Stamper Graff, President of Lindora, as well as two sheriffs, Kim Alexander and Brian Knott, stopped by KCAL9 Tuesday to tell viewers about the Battle of the Badges!