Police & Fire
The latest on local crime and public safety.
Two drones, gifts from Seattle police, are in the custody of he Police Commission’s inspector general, who is awaiting new policies.
Starting in the Valley, a mediator and volunteer panel made up of people from the community will decide how the crimes should be addressed.
Some nearby brush has also ignited, firefighters say.
A union statement acknowledges the move is "highly unusual" but blames the city for a “lack of good faith bargaining.”
The backlog has more than doubled in the last two years. Victims of thousands of burglaries, thefts and other property crimes wait.
Fire Chief Ralph Terrazas wants to educate more Angelenos about fire safety.
The fire was reported about 3:50 a.m. in the 20400 block of Sherman Way.
Starting Sept. 16, a new law seeks to keep cyclists, young and old, safe on the road.
CSUN President Dianne Harrison said decisions about “individual student culpability and discipline” will be made following a different probe
Ventura Boulevard near Topanga Canyon is closed.
The crash was reported at 9:50 p.m. Monday at Winnetka Avenue and Victory Boulevard.
He was in his 60s and hospitalized when he died.
Although the L.A. County District Attorney will not prosecute, it was noted Deputy Andrew Wood was typing on a computer at the time of crash
Deputy Andrew Wood was typing on his computer when he hit Milton Everett Olin Jr., a prominent entertainment attorney from Woodland Hills.
The chase on the 1010 began near Reyes Adobe Road and ended in a crash near Reseda Boulevard.
Yahya Hedvat is already awaiting a trial on charges of selling controlled substances without a legitimate, medical reason.
In a legal settlement, the Los Angeles City Council reverses the results of the last five years of budget slashing for about 1,000 officers.
The fire on Stark Avenue was particularly heavy in the attic and the damage was extensive throughout the home.
Kioki Ray Snowden crimes include robbery, rape, other sexually-related crimes and identity theft.