The lawsuit was filed four months after the July 28 shooting in Gilroy, Calif., that left three dead and more than a dozen injured.
In fall 2013, women began disappearing from the streets of Santa Ana. Read more about the cases that inspired Christopher Goffard’s new podcast, “Detective Trapp.”
The body of a male student was found in an off-campus apartment Monday, the ninth in a series of deaths this semester.
Los Angeles Archbishop José Gomez, the highest-ranking Latino in the U.S. Catholic Church, was elected president of the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops on Tuesday.
Hate crimes declined slightly in 2018, the FBI said in a new report. But crimes targeting people — as opposed to property — surged dramatically, as did crimes against Latinos.
The city suspended Uber’s permit in October after a dispute over a data-sharing requirement.
Former public defender Chesa Boudin’s victory in the San Francisco district attorney race being heralded as a victory for the progressive prosecutor movement.
Coast Guard rejected boat safety recommendations despite pleas from federal investigators, records show
An L.A. Times review of federal documents shows the National Transportation Safety Board has repeatedly called for stronger regulations aimed at improving safety following serious boat fires, only to see the Coast Guard not implement them.
Five small earthquakes hit El Centro, Calif., Monday evening.
Just 14 artists of more than 1,200 applicants were chosen to create art for Metro’s Crenshaw/LA transit line that will move through Los Angeles, El Segundo, Inglewood and parts of unincorporated L.A. County.