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L.A. to Explore Tech Approach To Hire Police

With nearly half of the city’s non-sworn employees expected to reach retirement age by 2018, two Los Angeles City Council members Tuesday sought ways to reduce... Read more »

Sheriff Demand Apology From Fox; Get’s It

Fox Broadcasting apologized Tuesday for mistakenly including a photo of a Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department commander in its prime-time special “Who Shot... Read more »

Man Tries to Lure Girl Into Getting In His Truck

MONTEREY PARK  Police in Monterey Park warned the public to be on the lookout for a man in a pickup truck who followed a school girl and offered her a ride home. The... Read more »

Shooting Leaves One Dead, One Wounded

CITY TERRACE A man was fatally shot and another man was wounded during a shooting Sunday in the City Terrace community of unincorporated Los Angeles County. The... Read more »

Wife of Slain Bell Gardens Mayor Released From Jail

The wife of slain Bell Gardens Mayor Daniel Crespo has been freed after serving less than six weeks in county jail for shooting him in the chest, authorities confirmed... Read more »

Man Charged With Fatally Stabbing Co-Workers’ 3-Year-Old Daughter

A man accused of fatally stabbing the 3-year-old daughter of two of his co-workers at a downtown Los Angeles garment factory on Monday was charged Thursday with... Read more »

Knife Attack Suspect in Custody

EAST LOS ANGELES – A 29-year-old man suspected of carrying out a knife attack on a woman in East Los Angeles remains in custody Friday. The 23-year-old victim... Read more »

Police Search for Suspect in Lincoln Park Rape

A woman was attacked and raped in a public restroom in a park in Lincoln Heights, and a search has been launched for the man who assaulted her, police said. The... Read more »

LAPD Officers Plead Not Guilty to Rape Charges

Two veteran Los Angeles police officers pleaded not guilty today to charges of sexually assaulting four women, mostly while on duty. James Christopher Nichols, 44,... Read more »

L.A.Experienced 20% Violent Crime Spike In 2015

A 12.6 percent rise in the number of crimes from 2014 to 2015 in Los Angeles was driven by increases in gang-related and domestic violence crimes, Mayor Eric Garcetti... Read more »

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