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$200,000 reward offered for missing art

A $200,000 reward was on offer today for information leading to the recovery of a multimillion-dollar art collection stolen during a daytime robbery in Encino last month.

Crime Drops In Neighborhoods Around Eight City Parks

Gang-related murders and aggravated assaults decreased between July 4th and Labor Day in the communities surrounding eight parks kept open late and providing youths with sports and arts activities,

Baca blasts budgetless legislators

Los Angeles County Sheriff Lee Baca took a break from hounding criminals this morning to take aim at a different group he said needs to get with the program: state legislators.

Man Sentenced to More Than 70 Years for Shooting at Two Police Officers

LOS ANGELES (CNS) - An ex-con was sentenced today to about 70 years in prison for opening fire with an AK-47 on two Los Angeles police officers – one of whom was severely wounded -- during an August 2006 traffic stop.

Thin Blue Line Wrapped in Red Tape at LAPD

Police work is often a stressful endeavor, but not for the reasons you might think.

Safest summer in L.A. since 1967

By Rachel Uranga, Staff Writer

Homicides over the past three months in Los Angeles have fallen to their lowest levels since the Summer of Love more than 40 years ago despite a struggling economy that historically has meant more crime.

L.A. reports fewest summer homicides since '67 summer of love

Los Angeles Times Staff Writer

LAPD Chief William J. Bratton says there were 84 slayings in the city from June through August. He adds that all categories of violent and property crimes are down from last year.

Judge substitutes bile for facts about police

Daily News Op-Ed

LAST week U.S. District Court Judge Gary A. Feess moved to let the Los Angeles Police Department impose financial-disclosure measures for gang and narcotics officers.

LAPD Ride-A-Long

By georgeruiz

At the invitation of the President of the Los Angeles Police Commission, I went on my second LAPD ride-along last night. This time it was with officers from the Hollywood-Wilton station. I attended roll call and was issued a kevlar vest to wear underneath my shirt and assigned a sergeant to start the evening. Per the Commissioner’s plan, we switched cars throughout the night and accompanied regular street patrols as well as riding with a supervisor from the CREW program.

Mornings with Maggie: LAPD behind him now, golf in La Quinta his next big case

The Desert Sun

Jim Thornton was just 22 years old when he learned how good it feels to go home alive.

GOP's Poizner has governor's race on his mind

By Rick Orlov, Staff Writer

The 2010 race for governor is on the mind of California Insurance Commissioner Steve Poizner, who is the highest-ranking Republican in the state after the governor.

Right under Antonio's radar, Airport officials are hiring PR firms

By Ron Kaye

It's hard to believe how this could be happening after all the headlines and trials and mayoral directives but it's true -- the give away of public money to public relations firms for jobs that city workers are paid to do or don't need to be done is still going on.

Hundreds of thousands in taxpayer dollars sit in inactive L.A. trust funds, audit finds

Los Angeles Times Staff Writer

Controller Laura Chick also says the city should claim $3.1 million left over from the Griffith Observatory renovation and expansion fund.

LA police effort to keep finances private rejected

The Associated Press

LOS ANGELES—A federal judge has decided not to block a new rule requiring hundreds of narcotics and anti-gang officers in Los Angeles to disclose personal financial information. U.S. District Court Judge Gary Feess ruled this week that the city's police officers' union had failed to prove blocking the plan was in the public's interest.

Two shot, one dead at Reseda park shooting

Daily News staff and wire

LAPD do their investigation at Reseda park after a gun battle broke out with hundreds of kids playing in the area. The shooting victims were taken to Holy Cross and Northridge hospitals. (Gene Blevins/LA DailyNews)


A scandal begets a scandal. By Jack Dunphy In 1985, Reagan administration labor secretary Ray Donavan and six others were indicted in Bronx County, New York, and accused of fraud and larceny in connection with a construction project for a New York City Subway tunnel.

Police seek suspect in San Pedro killing

Larry Altman Staff Writer

Police said Wednesday they are looking for a 30-year-old man suspected in a gang-related killing in San Pedro.

Melrose Avenue residents on guard after 7 armed robberies

Los Angeles Times Staff Writer

Hit by seven armed robberies in 10 days, residents who live in and around trendy Melrose Avenue have launched a campaign to warn neighbors and visitors to take precautions in response to the crime spree.

Schwarzenegger's budget calls for temporary sales-tax increase

Los Angeles Times Staff Writer

SACRAMENTO -- Hoping to break a partisan logjam and prevent the Legislature from borrowing its way out of a state spending crisis, Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger went public Wednesday with his own budget blueprint, the backbone of which is a tax hike and a large rainy-day cushion.

Retired L.A. cop's got the material for a million stories

Los Angeles Times

If you'll indulge a confession, I'm a happy guy sitting across from a cop -- or even a retired cop -- with my notebook on the table and a beer in my hand. They've all got stories, some funny, some dark, some of them even true.

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