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LOS ANGELES -- Los Angeles Police Department fingerprint examiners whose errors falsely implicated two people in crimes have been linked to 945 other cases that authorities say must be reviewed to ensure their accuracy. The department's top fingerprint...
LOS ANGELES -- Police Chief William Bratton says he believes terrorists might try to influence next month's presidential election and he has a warning for Americans: Watch out for Osama bin Laden. "With so much at stake in these elections, Bin Laden will...
Tags: Terrorism, White House, Al-Qaeda, Religious Conflicts, Elections
LOS ANGELES -- Police Chief William Bratton has recommended that four officers be fired for misconduct when force was used to clear a park during a 2007 immigration rally. The recommended firings will be reviewed by a Board of Rights, which is made up of...
LOS ANGELES -- A man has pleaded not guilty to charges of killing an 11-month-old girl in a hit-and-run accident in a Los Angeles crosswalk. Henry Moreno, 30, of South Gate was charged Tuesday in Superior Court with vehicular manslaughter, driving...
Tags: Politics, Staples Center, Transportation, Prosecution, Infants
LOS ANGELES -- Funderal services were held today for Los Angeles Police Department Deputy Chief Kenneth Garner, who died unexpectedly at his home on March 1. Garner was one of the LAPD's highest-ranking black officers and had been with the force for...
LOS ANGELES -- They have a sample of his DNA, a description from a survivor and a $500,000 reward, but detectives investigating the city's most notorious serial killer have hit a wall. On Wednesday, they released a recording of a 1987 emergency call in...
Tags: Assault, DNA, Crime, Law and Justice, Death, Vehicles
"Preocupante". Organizadores de las marchas que se realizarán este 1 de mayo describieron con esa palabra el hecho de que algunos policías que están siendo investigados por los disturbios ocurridos el año pasado en el Parque MacArthur trabajen en la...
Zap2It.comDriving in Los Angeles -- always a dicey proposition -- will get a little bit more melodramatic on Tuesday (April 4) when the City of Angels officially celebrates "Crash"/FilmL.A. Day. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, the Los Angeles city council and Police...
A court ruling over the time it takes officers to suit up could cost the Los Angeles Police Department millions of dollars in back pay and higher salaries. In a 39-page ruling issued this week, U.S. District Court Judge Gary Feess found that the...
Richard Rushfield, The EnvelopeWith every New Year, the scent of trophies fills the West Los Angeles air. And so once again, I pick up my tux from the dry cleaners and head back onto the awards trail. First stop, the Golden Globes. Of all the many (many) stops on my tour last year,...
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