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The officer is being transported to the hospital.
Two drones, gifts from Seattle police, are in the custody of he Police Commission’s inspector general, who is awaiting new policies.
Two of the victims were female, with one suffering a gunshot wound to the head.
A union statement acknowledges the move is "highly unusual" but blames the city for a “lack of good faith bargaining.”
One of the women was critically injured.
VIDEO, PHOTOS: Authorities believe the luxury cars were set on fire around 10:30 Wednesday night.
Two residents of Beverly Hills and one of Westwood are named in an indictment, alleging ties to Mexican drug cartels.
The backlog has more than doubled in the last two years. Victims of thousands of burglaries, thefts and other property crimes wait.
The accident happened at Bundy Drive and Santa Monica Boulevard.
Fire Chief Ralph Terrazas wants to educate more Angelenos about fire safety.
Erick Alcaraz, a resident of Carson, was pronounced dead moments after the 5 p.m. crash in Torrance.
Starting Sept. 16, a new law seeks to keep cyclists, young and old, safe on the road.
Claudius E. Gaines III was arrested on suspicion of obstruction and resisting arrest. His lawyer said police had no reason to stop his truck
Officers were trying to figure out if this was a mental health issue, a medical issue, or a driving under the influence case.
Charles Belk wrote on Facebook he was never read his rights and could have been released sooner if police had reviewed surveillance video.
Dan Gregg, who worked the Westside, filed his second suit against the department Tuesday.
In pursuing the "Purse Packing Bandit" who robbed throughout the Westside, police nab Charles Belk as an accomplice. He wasn't.
The break was reported around 4 this morning on National Boulevard.
The U.S. Department of Education is investigating 76 institutions. No specifics were released about what prompted the UCLA probe.
The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department coordinated the effort, which saw the destruction of about 5,000 weapons from 12 police agencies