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Even if TMZ said he did. A transient whose last known address was in North Hollywood gave a false name, BHPD says.
The indictment against Peter Kats lists 251 instances of structured transactions totaling almost $9 million from selling black market drugs.
The accident occurred at 8:20 p.m. Thursday.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department coordinated the effort, which saw the destruction of about 5,000 weapons from 12 police agencies
A. Ashley Tabaddor claims the U.S. Department of Justice based its disqualification order on racially motivated and discriminatory criteria.
She's hit 10 banks on the Westside. The FBI is offering a $5,000 award. A proposal from the L.A. City Council would raise that to $15,000.
The decision on whether to seek the death penalty in the case against Paul Anthony Ciancia is ultimately up to Attorney General Eric Holder.
This is the third time the 71-year-old Bruce Davis has been recommended for parole and rejected.
Jason Aaron Scott was charged with two felony counts today, one for attempted murder, another for attempted firearm removal.
The biological mother allegedly abducted them, but then she showed up Wednesday night disoriented and without the children.
An app was launched in Los Angeles County today that can connect a heart attack victim with someone nearby who knows CPR.
The officer, an 8-year motorcycle veteran, was resting comfortably at home after being treated at a hospital for shoulder and hand injuries.
The mother and children of Detective Ernest Allen are also suing the city of Los Angeles, the owner of the concrete mixer and the driver.
VIDEOS: He had to to be taken to the hospital with hand injuries.
Monajem Hakimijoo -- also known as Manny Hakimi -- failed to report 2007 interest income of $282,000 to the IRS.
Ronald C. Smith is accused of using about $20,000 public funds to pay for rent, boat repairs and his children’s tuition.
The water flow from a main break next to UCLA was finally stopped last night.
The American Civil Liberties Union Foundation of Southern California filed the lawsuit.
The temperature inside a vehicle left in the summer sun can rise nearly 34 degrees in 30 minutes.