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Los Angeles mayoral candidate Eric Garcetti greets supporters during an election night party at the Hollywood Palladium, May 21, 2013.
Whittier police arrested a homeless man Tuesday morning for assault with a deadly weapon after he allegedly hit another transient on the head with a wooden board on Monday, prompting the bleeding victim to be transferred to Los Angeles County-USC Medical Center, officers said.
Legacy EDACS system will be replaced by a $20 million system--at no cost to the county--under terms of rebanding deal with Sprint Nextel.
A member of the Oakland Fire Department is heading to Moore, the tornado-ravaged Oklahoma City suburb where at least two dozen people have died, to help with the recovery and rescue plan, state officials announced Tuesday.
Nicholas Benson, a candidate for Pasadena City Council District 3, participates in a candidate forum held at Side Street Projects on North Fair Oaks Avenue Saturday, February 2, 2013.
After 33 years with the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department, Undersheriff Paul Tanaka is stepping down - and he's not going quietly.
An ex-convict who police have labeled as "extremely violent" and an "imminent public threat" is on the loose, police said on Monday.
A Los Angeles County sheriff's deputy pleaded not guilty Monday to assaulting an inmate in the back of a patrol car, a charge brought nearly two years after the alleged incident occurred.
A Los Angeles police officer was arrested Monday on suspicion of committing lewd acts on two children in Castaic, authorities said Monday.
A person prepares to head up stairs to his boarding gate on Wednesday, May 16, 2012 at Ontario International Airport.
The city of Los Angeles is pursuing a criminal investigation of a psychiatric hospital in Las Vegas, which has allegedly put 1,500 patients on buses and sent them out of state over the past five years.
Program Director James Coomes stands in a holding room at Olive View Community Mental Health Urgent Care Center.
Buoyed by a bullish sprint to the finish line in 2012 and propitious rally into a new era of full-bodied hospitality, the local tourism industry remains one of the more preferential gig masters in town.
The continuation of the preliminary hearing of Nick Conway, the former head of the San Gabriel Valley Council of Governments at Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal Courthouse in Los Angeles Thursday, February 14, 2013.
A 39-year-old Pasadena man is accused of being drunk when crashed an SUV on the 134 Freeway, critically injuring a passenger, before fleeing the scene on foot with two young children, authorities said.
Today I had the opportunity to sit in on two meetings and network with a community non-profit group hosting the meetings.