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LAPD officers who fatally shot homeless man on skid row were legally justified, D.A. says

Prosecutors have concluded that Los Angeles police officers were legally justified in shooting a homeless man last year on skid row, a videotaped killing that attracted international attention and renewed the local debate over interactions between police and L.A.’s homeless population. The district...

This Is How Los Angeles Buries Their Unclaimed Dead

"Twenty years ago there were ten of us here. Now there's over two hundred," an official said, referring to the crowd that had gathered at the service. [ more › ]

Alpaca Rancher Says She Wants P-45 Relocated Not Killed

Some wildlife experts are saying, however, that putting the mountain lion in a sanctuary would further endanger the species. [ more › ]

Governor Brown Names L.A. Congressman Xavier Becerra To Be State Attorney General

If confirmed, Congressman Xavier Becerra would be the first Latino attorney general for the state of California. [ more › ]

Sherri Papini screamed so hard for help she was 'coughing up blood,' her husband says in interview

After she was freed from weeks of captivity, Redding mother Sherri Papini screamed for help so hard she coughed up blood, her husband said. In his first interview since his wife was found on the side of Interstate 5  in Yolo County on Thanksgiving morning, Keith Papini told ABC’s “20/20” that his...

Chilling video shows San Bernardino shooter firing weapons two days before terrorist attack

A newly released video shows one of the San Bernardino terrorists firing guns at a shooting range two days before the attack that killed 14 people a year ago. The video, obtained by ABC News, shows Syed Rizwan Farook firing weapons at an undisclosed shooting range. The owner of one gun range told...

Here's What's New To All Of The Streaming Platforms In December

Stuck inside because the weather outside is frightful? [ more › ]

About 200 gather to remember L.A.'s unclaimed dead

About 200 people streamed down a small hill in Boyle Heights on Wednesday to mourn more than 1,400 of Los Angeles County’s unclaimed dead. Each year the county buries the cremated remains of those left at the cemetery for more than two years. “To think 1,400 can go unclaimed is mind-boggling,”...

Midweek notes: Xavier Becerra, Jeff Michael, P-45 and more

New attorney general appointed. An anchor leaves the news desk. What to do with P-45.

Jamaican fugitive accused of killing 4 in South L.A. eatery makes FBI's 'Ten Most Wanted'

A fugitive Jamaican gang member suspected of killing four people in a bloody gunbattle at a popular South L.A. Jamaican restaurant was added to the FBI’s “Ten Most Wanted” list Thursday. Deidre L. Fike, the FBI’s assistant director in charge of the Los Angeles office, revealed that Marlon Jones...

City worker fatally shot while cleaning graffiti in San Francisco

 Authorities say a city employee was fatally shot while painting over graffiti in San Francisco's Potrero Hill neighborhood. The San Francisco Chronicle reports Jermaine Jackson Jr. was shot Wednesday and taken to a hospital where he died. Police say no one has been arrested and a motive in the...

5-year-old boy killed and his family injured after suspected DUI driver plows through his apartment

A 5-year-old boy was killed early Thursday when an intoxicated driver plowed into a South Los Angeles apartment and seriously injured his family members, police said. The 24-year-old driver was headed north on South Central Avenue at about 12:16 a.m. when she swerved and crashed into an apartment...

A year after the San Bernardino terror attack, the FBI is still struggling to answer key questions

In the year since Syed Rizwan Farook and Tashfeen Malik killed 14 people in a terrorist attack in San Bernardino, authorities have conducted more than 600 interviews, gathered more than 500 pieces of evidence and served dozens of search warrants. They launched an unprecedented legal battle with...

A shotgun found on the beach and a bounced check are key clues to a Hollywood murder, prosecutor says

Carrie Jean Melvin and her boyfriend were walking to a Thai restaurant in their bustling Hollywood neighborhood one July evening last year when they heard footsteps behind them. When they turned to look, a man in dark, baggy clothing raised a black pistol-grip shotgun. Without a word, he fired...

Death penalty for mountain lion P-45 stirs outrage and fear in Santa Monica Mountains

Days after a mountain lion known as P-45 is believed to have killed 10 alpacas at a ranch in the Malibu hills, a team of wildlife advocates Wednesday installed a battery of powerful LED lamps to keep the big cat out of the crosshairs of a hunter with a state permit to kill him. To deter the 5-year-old...

John M. Miller, artist behind painstakingly painted geometric abstractions, dies at 77

John M. Miller, a painter of rigorous perceptual abstractions whose work was featured in a special exhibition at the J. Paul Getty Museum in 2000, died Wednesday after a brief illness. Miller was stricken Friday during appointments at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in West Los Angeles, according...

ICYMI: The Inventor Of The Big Mac, Who Never Received Royalties, Has Passed Away

Plus, Metro workers find mastodon fossils, Eddie Huang picks L.A. over N.Y.C., an ascot-wearing vandal in Philly opposes Trump, and much more! [ more › ]

Kanye West Has Reportedly Checked Out Of The Hospital

West was admitted on November 21 for what seems to be a nervous breakdown. [ more › ]

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