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Tow truck complaint hotline launched in L.A.

ABC-7

The Los Angeles Police Commission has set up a hotline for complaints about tow truck operators.

Schwarzenegger brings back furloughs for state workers

Sacramento Bee

Furloughs are back.

Ruling against Arizona is a warning for other states

NY Times

A federal judge in Arizona on Wednesday broadly vindicated the Obama administration’s high-stakes move to challenge that state’s tough immigration law and to assert the primary authority of the federal government over state lawmakers in immigration matters.

Former FBI counter-terrorism special agent appointed Assistant Chief of Los Angeles Airport Police Homeland Security and Intelligence

Earth Times

Former FBI Special Agent Ethel L. McGuire has been appointed Los Angeles Airport Police Assistant Chief for Homeland Security and Intelligence.

Philadelphia cop killers now face death penalty

Philadelphia Inquirer

Neither Eric DeShann Floyd nor Levon T. Warner fired a shot the day Philadelphia Police Sgt. Stephen Liczbinski had his fatal encounter in Port Richmond with a trio of fleeing bank robbers.

1 police officer killed, 2 wounded in Phoenix

Associated Press

A gunbattle erupted during an undercover drug operation at a south Phoenix home Wednesday night, killing one police officer and wounding two others, police said.

13 people arrested in LAPD operation

Fox-11

Los Angeles police detectives and gang-enforcement officers arrested 13 people in downtown Los Angeles on narcotics-related and other counts

LAPD golf tournament event to tee off at Trump National

Torrance Daily Breeze

Families are invited to enjoy a day of golf watching, food and star gazing at the 39th annual Los Angeles Police Family Fun Day and Celebrity Golf Tournament being held at Trump National Golf Club in Rancho Palos Verdes on Saturday. Tee off time is 10 a.m.

Chevrolet rolling out Caprice police car next June

USA Today

Starting next June, there could be a whole different look to police cars prowling American streets.

Audit says hard to know if LA gang program works

Associated Press

The city's two-year effort to consolidate the fight against street gangs is poorly monitored and nobody knows whether it's responsible for a drop in gang violence

No end in sight for Sacramento budget stalemate

LA Times

As California staggers toward the fifth week of the fiscal year without a spending plan, a month of closed-door talks in the Capitol have produced little but tension and finger-pointing.

Arraignment postponed in LA 'Grim Sleeper' case

Associated Press

Arraignment has been delayed for a Los Angeles man accused of the "Grim Sleeper" serial killings.

LAPD motorcycle officer injured in Long Beach hit-and-run

Long Beach Press-Telegram

Police seek help in finding driver of green Ford Explorer in incident at Second Street and Marina Drive.

Oakland police union makes offer to save jobs

Oakland Tribune

A surprise offer from the Oakland police union means Oakland voters likely will be asked to shoulder the burden of solving Oakland"s budget mess once again.

Police tie parolees to crime hike

Glendale News-Press

Officers say incidents have risen in areas where early-release inmates are living.

'Grim' turn in L.A. sign battle

Los Angeles Business Journal

The glowing billboards aren’t advertising a product. They’re offering a tribute to law enforcement, the South L.A. community and the families of the victims of the Grim Sleeper.

LAPD-sponsored carnival aims to raise funds, build trust

KPCC

Hundreds braved the midday heat to attend the last day of a three-day police-sponsored carnival in West Los Angeles.

State agrees to discuss prison lockdowns with rights group

California Watch

Facing a threatened legal battle over alleged racial discrimination, California prison officials have agreed to meet with the Prison Law Office over the department’s controversial use of lockdowns on general population inmates.

Police use of federal databases to ID illegal immigrants after arrests raises profiling concerns

Dallas News

Arizona's law aimed at removing illegal immigrants has grabbed headlines, but quietly this year the number of cities and counties nationwide joining a federal program targeting illegal immigrants convicted of serious crimes has more than doubled.

Probe may open books at CalPERS

LA Times

Under scrutiny, the public pension fund has hired a firm to examine its payments.

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