April 16-27, 2014

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Family Plans Lawsuit After Father's In-Custody Death

Family Plans Lawsuit After Father's In-Custody Death

The family of a Victorville man who died after a San Bernardino sheriff's deputy stunned him with a Taser joined the NAACP on Tuesday to demand justice and announce a wrongful death lawsuit against...

Cars Stolen from Torrance Dealership

Cars Stolen from Torrance Dealership

Customers at a Torrance car dealership have been bringing their cars in for routine services and returning to find themselves victims in what police describe as a "pretty brazen" series of thefts.

Clippers Owner Ballmer Steps Down From Microsoft

Clippers Owner Ballmer Steps Down From Microsoft

Steve Ballmer on Tuesday left Microsoft's Board of Directors, citing new commitments as owner of the Los Angeles Clippers, a day after publicly stepping into his role with the team.

Man Thrown From Wheelchair in Hit-and-Run Crash

Man Thrown From Wheelchair in Hit-and-Run Crash

A man in a wheelchair was killed Monday night in Fullerton when a hit-and-run driver crashed into him, police said.

Tempers Flare As Residents, Officials Discuss LAPD Killings

Tempers Flare As Residents, Officials Discuss LAPD Killings

Police Chief Charlie Beck asked community members for patience at a South Los Angeles church Tuesday night as tempers flared over two separate police killings of unarmed men.

Police See Benefit Equipping Officers With Body Cams

Police See Benefit Equipping Officers With Body Cams

Body-mounted cameras represent an evolution in technology
for video recording encounters between law enforcement and the public. Police already using cameras see benefits.