Nearly half of Sierra Madre’s police have bailed on the city.
The Los Angeles District Attorney’s Office announced the decision last week, saying there was “insufficient admissible evidence” of criminal wrongdoing in the case.
El Nino is not playing nice.
You can see erosion in action just after the 0:35 seconds mark.
The case involves the fatal shooting of a 29-year-old homeless man in Venice last year.
L.A. continues the crusade on the solicitation of sex.
CountyNews is offering the following rundown on coverage to date of yesterday’s tragic events in San Bernardino.
It looks like the City of Hayward has some steep competition in the clever road signs department.
More than just body cameras, various police and sheriff’s departments around the state are getting some pretty cool gadgets to help serve and protect.
The union that represents Los Angeles police officers has condemned the introduction of a new Preservation of Life Award meant to honor officers who show “commendable restraint” by not using deadly force in certain incidents.
The LAPD is suffering from a crisis of confidence, said Los Angeles Police Commission President Matthew Johnson.