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LAPD Officer Convicted of Assault While on Duty

A jury June 5 found a Los Angeles police officer guilty of assault under color of authority while arresting a woman in July 2012, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s…

Two San Dimas High School Students Arrested for Hacking School’s Computer to Change Grades

Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department Fraud and Cyber Crimes Bureau detectives responded to San Dimas High School at 800 West Covina Blvd, San Dimas Thursday, June 4, regarding a cybercrime…

County Jail Plan Dealt Major Setback

The Los Angeles County Jail Plan, the major effort to replace the Men’s Central Jail with a new Consolidated Correctional Treatment Center and renovate the Mira Loma Detention Facility, was…

Child Burn Survivors Attend 30th Annual Champ Camp, a Summer Camp for Burn-Injured Children

On June 6, more than 120 burn injured children from all over California traveled to the Alisa Ann Ruch Burn Foundation’s 30th Annual Champ Camp — a week long camp…

Trio of Executives for Los Angeles Nonprofit Charged With Conspiracy, Embezzlement

Three executives of a Los Angeles nonprofit were charged today in a 61-count criminal complaint for an alleged fraudulent billing scam that bilked more than $8.5 million in public funds,…

ICE, US Marshals arrest six international fugitives in the Southland With Interpol Alerts

ICE, US Marshals arrest six international fugitives in the Southland With Interpol Alerts

LA enforcement actions part of nation-wide sweep 27 criminal foreign fugitives in nine states, including six from the Los Angeles area, were arrested this week by U.S Immigration and Customs…

Two Women, Three Men Who Helped Crime Victims Honored in Pasadena Ceremony

Two Women, Three Men Who Helped Crime Victims Honored in Pasadena Ceremony

Two women making their morning stop at an Alhambra coffee shop witness an attempted kidnapping and decide to help the victim. A Montebello man hears the cries of an elderly…

Support “Operation Cookie” for Veterans

Cookies are needed for hospitalized and homeless veterans as part of the annual “Operation Cookie” project to be held on Wednesday, May 20th at the Woman’s Club of South Pasadena. …

Between Alligator Purses and Jaguar Claws – A Day in the Life of a Wildlife Inspector at LAX

Between Alligator Purses and Jaguar Claws – A Day in the Life of a Wildlife Inspector at LAX

When Alli Goldman, wildlife inspector at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX), led me into her office’s property room, I was flabbergasted by what I saw: stuffed lions, sea turtles, alligators,…

Assemblymember Holden to Hold Educational Forum on Vaccinations

As the number of measles cases rises throughout California and the nation, the vaccine conflict has heated up. Assemblymember Chris Holden is joining with health professionals to hold a community…