Jerome Campbell joined the Los Angeles Times in 2014 as a Metpro trainee after graduating from the University of Southern California; he left in March 2018. Campbell reported on an array of topics from Indian politics to people who dress up in animal costumes. A San Antonio native, he does not understand when Angelenos complain about the weather.
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In an open blue coffin draped in a sheer veil, Carl Betts was greeted by friends and family.
In an emotional Los Angeles courtroom Wednesday, two gang members were sentenced for the killing of 19-year-old Tavin Price in front of his mother at a Hyde Park car wash last year.
Two gang members were convicted Monday in the shooting death of Tavin Price, a 19-year-old who was killed in front of his mother in the parking lot of a Hyde Park car wash last year.
As some homeless pitched their tents for the evening, dozens of skid row residents gathered Thursday night to remember a transgender woman who was gunned down in public just a day earlier.
Suspect arrested in death of woman whose remains were found behind a wall in a Lomita apartment
Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies announced an arrest Friday in the death of a woman whose remains were found behind a wall in a Lomita residence last year.
A former deputy U.S. marshal was sentenced Monday to 15 months in federal prison after he was convicted of obstruction of justice for making misleading statements to police after he shot and killed a man in 2008.
The search for a missing Hollywood visual effects producer has ended after police located the man alive in Mexico.
A gang member was sentenced Tuesday to 128 years to life in prison for fatally shooting a 5-year-old boy showing off his new Spider-Man outfit on Halloween night in 2010.
The news spread across California through a flurry of tweets, texts, likes, links and media alerts: Same-sex marriage is now the law of the land.