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In the age of Twitter, Facebook and other social media tools, Los Angeles police officials say they relied on students at a Reseda high school and their social media skills to help catch a trio of murder suspects Thursday. About 12:15 a.m., just eight...
More than a dozen female prison guards in Maryland helped a group of inmates in a dangerous national gang run a drug-trafficking and money-laundering ring from inside the walls, prosecutors contend. A federal indictment unsealed Tuesday said 13 female...
The Baltimore SunQuestion: What could be wilder and stranger than the story this week of Black Guerrilla Family members essentially running the Baltimore City Detention Center for their own fun and profit? Answer: Fox News "reporting" on the story this week of Black...
A unique cinema experience comes to Pasadena this week with the launch of the inaugural Docurama film series. Over the course of seven weeks, seven award-winning documentaries will be screened in 20 theaters nationwide representing a variety of topics...
Nearly 100 people said goodbye today to Michael Orozco, a 14-year-old Chicago boy who was killed earlier this week by an alleged gang member who prosecutors said was out to avenge his father's earlier slaying. At St. Agnes of Bohemia Church, 2651 S....
Tags: Prosecution, Shootings, Murder, Witnesses, Justice System
Carlos Quentin of the San Diego Padres offered this excuse when asked why he’d started a fight on the field Thursday before a crowd that doubtless included hundreds of children. “It's a man's game on the field,” the 30-year-old,...
Tags: Murder, Dodger Stadium, Petco Park, Carlos Quentin, Matt Kemp
STOCKTON— Hector Roach was in a race with his draining cellphone battery. "I've been calling everyone, but there sure is nobody here, and now I have no bars." He had a decision to make: cancel the night walk or go it alone. In an attempt to...
Tags: Shootings, Murder, Bankruptcy, Religion and Belief, Diabetes
They were eating dinner in their Ramona Gardens living room when the rock crashed through the window like a meteorite. Jeff Littrel and his little boy hadn't been in their home more than a few days. Peering through the torn screen and shattered glass,...
EL CENTRO - A light pole was damaged and at least four people, including two minors, were injured in a three-vehicle collision at the corner of Adams Avenue and 12th Street on Tuesday. The injured were transported to El Centro Regional Medical Center...
Maryland lawmakers called Wednesday for a sweeping inquiry into the state prison system, amid allegations that a gang effectively took over the Baltimore City Detention Center, orchestrating crimes from behind bars and impregnating female correctional...
Staff WriterCALEXICO - United States Border Patrol agents arrested two gang members trying to illegally enter the U.S. in separate incidents Sunday, according to a press release. Around 12 a.m., agents saw a 26-year-old Mexican national enter the U.S. illegally,...
Tags: Crime, Law and Justice, Criminals
Tribune reportersTimika Rutledge-German finally accepted there was only so much she could do to protect her 15-year-old son from Chicago's dangerous streets, but when he called for her help, she knew she would go. On Monday night, her son phoned her for a ride home....
Tags: Hadiya Pendleton, Cornbread, Kenwood, Theft, Barack Obama
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