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LAPD officer injured during pursuit in Inglewood-Hyde Park

LA Times blog

A Los Angeles police officer sustained a head injury Thursday afternoon during a foot pursuit near the border of Inglewood and the neighborhood of Hyde Park.

L.A. County Sheriff's Department says homicide rate lowest since 1975

LA Times blog

The Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department touted a continued decrease in homicides Thursday.

Raid on ex-convict's home uncovers weapons cache

Associated Press

A police raid on an ex-convict's Southern California home has uncovered a weapon's stockpile, including at least 21 high-powered firearms and body armor.

LAPD identifies suspect in 1994 Studio City slaying

LA Times blog

Los Angeles police identified a man Wednesday who allegedly shot and killed a septuagenarian from Studio City two decades ago during a burglary gone bad.

Missing Fresno girl found by LAPD

CBS47 Fresno

Fresno Police say 4-year-old Tiffany Matias was found at her grandmother's house in Los Angeles.

Cooperation helped track down suspect in killing of bride-to-be

LA Daily News

After an 81-day search that took authorities up and down the state and over the Mexican border, a man suspected of murdering a Valley Village bride-to-be was captured thanks largely to community help, police said Wednesday.

Debate rhetoric gets personal

Sacramento Bee

Talk about issues turned personal Tuesday in the final debate of the governor's race, as candidates Jerry Brown and Meg Whitman traded barbs on issues ranging from capital gains taxes to illegal immigration.

Whitman and Brown's final debate a contentious one

LA Times

In a blistering final debate, Democratic candidate for governor Jerry Brown apologized to his Republican counterpart Meg Whitman on Tuesday for a slur directed at her by an associate, an apology that Whitman did not explicitly accept as she cast his campaign as insulting to all Californians.

LAPD releases details on officer shooting of Watts man

LA Times

Police say James Davis, 18, had pointed a handgun at officers while fleeing during a chase at the Imperial Courts housing project last week.

Summer program lowers gang crime

LA Daily News

Summer program lowers gang crime: Gang-related crimes plunged 40 percent on average – and more than 80 percent in some areas – around parks and recreation centers that were part of this year's Summer Night Lights program, it was announced Tuesday.

LA County to extend immigrant jail check program

Associated Press

Los Angeles County supervisors have voted to extend a program to have sheriff's officials screen inmates' immigration status.

L.A. Cops: Callous cowboy kills three in late-night crash

America's Most Wanted

For more than 14 years, Los Angeles cops have been searching for a man who they say is responsible for destroying three lives in the blink of an eye.

Man arrested for allegedly posing as teen online to have sex with underage girl

Torrance Daily Breeze

A Harbor City man who allegedly posed as a teenager to contact underage girls on the Internet engaged in sexual relations with a 14-year-old girl, police said Tuesday.

Amid budget crisis, state balks at limiting checkpoint impounds

California Watch

For one night last week, the entire state budget became tangled in the complex legal and political issues surrounding sobriety checkpoints – and the financial strain they put on California's unlicensed drivers.

Watts man shot by LAPD was hit in the back after pointing gun at officers, police sources say

LA Times

Los Angeles police Tuesday released some details surrounding the fatal shooting of an armed man by an LAPD officer last week in a housing project.

$50K reward offered in Sylmar party shooting


A $50,000 reward is being offered to solve the case of a drive-by shooting that wounded six people including two children at a Sylmar birthday party.

Valley Village slaying suspect captured in Mexico

LA Times blog

A 34-year-old parolee charged in absentia by Los Angeles County prosecutors with fatally stabbing a Valley Village woman during a burglary and setting fire to her home was apprehended Tuesday in Mexico, authorities said.

Tight budgets lead to more civilians used for policing

USA Today

Police agencies across the country are recruiting thousands of civilians for a growing number of duties previously performed by uniformed cops, in an unusual concession to local budget cuts.

CalPERS fires pension fund adviser

Sacramento Bee

CalPERS today severed its ties with Pacific Corporate Group, a longstanding investment advisor that had close ties to the man accused of bribing CalPERS officials.

San Diego County authorities seek 50 sex offenders accused of violating parole

LA Times blog

San Diego County law enforcement agencies are hunting for more than 50 sex offenders in the area who are in violation of various probation and parole regulations, officials said Monday.

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