14 hours ago | Law
On Oct. 11, 2012, Bumble Bee Foods worker Jose Melena entered an industrial oven at the company's Santa Fe Springs plant in order to load it with racks of tuna cans. The oven was used to sterilize the products, and part of the 62-year-old's job wa...
21 hours ago | Law
Your television could be recording your most intimate moments. Some people might actually be into that. This is L.A., after all. But local state Assemblyman Mike Gatto says it just isn't right. He and the Assembly Committee on Privacy and Co...
22 hours ago | Police
The Los Angeles Police Department has revealed its much-anticipated body-camera policy for officers. The proposed rules will go to the L.A. Police Commission for its consideration tomorrow. The department says the nonprofit Police Foundation will ...
3 days ago | Fires
A possible marijuana grow house in Silver Lake went up in flames this evening. The fire at 1413 Sanborn Avenue was reported at 6 p.m., said Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman Erik Scott. Reports of explosions coming from inside the home were wi...
4 days ago | Alcohol & Spirits
June gloom seems to have come early to Southern California. That doesn't mean a little cloudy weather will stop party people from hitting the bars and clubs tonight. The Los Angeles Police Department and other area agencies are ready for you with ...
4 days ago | Above the Law
You have the right to film police in public. But the First Amendment does not provide a blank check to interfere with investigations, arrests or confrontations. Police have every right to ask you to move if they believe you are in a position that ...