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  • Dozens interviewed in L.A. County jail deputies brawl

     
    Los Angeles County sheriff’s officials said Friday that they have conducted more than 150 interviews in connection with a fight that broke out among Men's Central Jail employees at a Christmas party at a Montebello banquet hall. The internal criminal......
  • Deputy shot in East L.A. described as rising leader, praised by Sheriff Baca

     
    Mohamed Ahmed, the deputy wounded Tuesday in a shootout in East L.A., was scheduled to undergo surgery Wednesday as family and colleagues rallied by his side. A Somali immigrant, the 27-year-old Ahmed was seen as a promising young deputy in......
  • Sheriff's watchdog will probe Baca's investigation at behest of supporter

     
    The official watchdog for the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department will probe Sheriff Lee Baca’s decision to launch an investigation in another agency's jurisdiction on behalf of a well-connected fashion magnate, an official said Friday. The Office...
  • Former juvenile probation camp counselor to be sentenced on child abuse charges

     
    A former substitute teacher accused of inciting fight club-style violence at a Los Angeles County juvenile probation camp pleaded no contest Tuesday to six felony counts of child abuse, authorities said....
  • Reputed Hawaiian Gardens gang member sought after girlfriend set on fire

     
    L.A. authorities are looking for a reputed Hawaiian Gardens gang member who allegedly poured flammable liquid on his girlfriend and set her on fire....
  • Man arrested in cold case murder to be arraigned

     
    A 55-year-old Indiana truck driver could face the death penalty if convicted of murder in the slaying of a Lancaster man three decades ago, authorities said. Christopher David Winter, who was brought back to Los Angeles last week, is suspected......
  • Former L.A. County sheriff's deputy convicted of shooting gun, endangering children

     
    A former Los Angeles County deputy was convicted Thursday of filing a false police report against her ex-husband and firing a gun in her Westminster home that endangered nearby children, authorities said. Patricia Margaret Bojorquez, 43, was sentenced...
  • Bell's finances so bad city could have trouble providing basic services, audit concludes

     
    Bell’s precarious financial position could deepen to the point that the city could have difficulty providing even basic services for its residents, an audit released Thursday concluded. A county review of the city’s strained finances said that if...
  • Temperatures to approach freezing in Pasadena and across Southern California

     
    Temperatures throughout Southern California are expected to approach freezing as revelers count down the hours to New Year's Day. The Arctic air blowing into Pasadena could bring temperatures down as low as 35 degrees overnight, creating a rough night...
  • Environmentalists sue to block a new city in L.A. County

     
    A coalition of environmental and Native American groups has sued the California Department of Fish and Game over permits issued to build 21,000 homes on Los Angeles County's last major tract of undeveloped land. The coalition, which filed the suit......
  • 200 homes in L.A. County foothills ordered evacuated as powerful storms loom

     
    Los Angeles County issued evacuation orders Tuesday afternoon for more than 200 homes in La Cañada Flintridge and La Crescenta in anticipation of possible flash flooding as powerful thunderstorms head to Southern California. The orders cover 147 homes in...
  • Updated satellite weather map of Southern California

     
    Heavy rainfall slammed into much of California early Wednesday, from the Oregon border to San Diego, the National Weather Service said. The above image, a constantly updated satellite image , showed massive amounts of moisture pummeling the state about 1....