Vanessa Bryant says sheriff's deputies violated the dignity of her husband and daughter Vanessa Bryant says sheriff's deputies violated the dignity of her husband and daughter

Vanessa Bryant's appearance came on the eighth day of a trial in her federal lawsuit against L.A. County over gruesome photos of the helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant.

yesterday, 20:16
Motorist arrested in fatal hit-and-run that killed bicyclist in Fullerton Motorist arrested in fatal hit-and-run that killed bicyclist in Fullerton

Jonathan Ocampos, 21, was arrested Thursday afternoon for a fatal Fullerton hit-and-run that killed a 67-year-old bicyclist who has been identified by family as Elfego Andrade.

yesterday, 19:59
Monkeypox cases more than double in L.A. County. One region is hit particularly hard Monkeypox cases more than double in L.A. County. One region is hit particularly hard

The number of cumulative monkeypox cases has more than doubled in Los Angeles County in the last two weeks as officials race to better track the virus and more widely vaccinate more vulnerable communities.

yesterday, 19:43
Two people killed in traffic collision in Florence neighborhood in South L.A. Two people killed in traffic collision in Florence neighborhood in South L.A.

Two people were killed when their car was struck by a speeding vehicle in the Florence neighborhood of South L.A. early Friday, authorities said.

yesterday, 18:13
Burned body discovered in Broadway-Manchester neighborhood Burned body discovered in Broadway-Manchester neighborhood

Firefighters found a body that had been burned Friday morning in Broadway-Manchester. LAPD is investigating.

yesterday, 18:01
LAPD to crack down on street takeovers, says 'cars will start disappearing real soon' LAPD to crack down on street takeovers, says 'cars will start disappearing real soon'

Detective Ryan Moreno told reporters that anyone caught attending or participating in a street takeover will have their vehicle impounded for up to 30 days.

yesterday, 17:08
‘Opposing groups’ firing rifles hit woman, 71, inside Gresham home, police say

A 71-year-old woman was shot while inside a home after overhearing an argument outside South Side home

yesterday, 19:59
Officer Danny Golden goes home Officer Danny Golden goes home

Chicago Police Officer Danny Golden is released from the Shirley Ryan AbilityLab and escorted home by the Chicago Police Department and other law enforcement agencies to his 11th Ward residence on Aug. 19, 2022.

yesterday, 19:59
Two Chicago-area women plead guilty to breaching U.S. Capitol during Jan. 6 insurrection Two Chicago-area women plead guilty to breaching U.S. Capitol during Jan. 6 insurrection

Trudy Castle and Kimberly DiFrancesco admitted to one count of parading, demonstrating or picketing in a Capitol building, a plea agreement says.

yesterday, 19:43
Christopher Columbus statues should not return to Chicago parks; other plaques and memorials should be removed or reconsidered, long-awaited monuments report recommends Christopher Columbus statues should not return to Chicago parks; other plaques and memorials should be removed or reconsidered, long-awaited monuments report recommends

Several other monuments, including those that negatively depict Native Americans, are also recommended for removal in the new report.

yesterday, 19:31