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  • Teen killed in South L.A. double shooting

    Teen killed in South L.A. double shooting
    Two men were shot inside a car Wednesday in South Los Angeles, and water flooded the street after the wounded driver crashed into a fire hydrant. At 4:45 p.m., three brothers were traveling south on Denker Avenue near west 68th Street when a light-...
  • AP source: FBI completes federal civil rights probe of Ferguson, Missouri, police shooting

    The FBI has completed its investigation into the police shooting of an unarmed, black 18-year-old in Ferguson, Missouri, a U.S. official said Wednesday. The Justice Department has not yet announced whether it will file a federal civil rights charge...
  • Man charged in triple shooting at apartment complex denied bond

    Man charged in triple shooting at apartment complex denied bond
    A 34-year-old man charged with two counts of first-degree murder in a shooting this weekend that killed two people faced a judge Thursday morning in Orange County. Luis E. Pacheco was denied bond and ordered to have no contact with the victims of the...
  • Prosecutors: Vixen Bar police shooting 'justified and appropriate'

    Prosecutors: Vixen Bar police shooting 'justified and appropriate'
    The Orlando police officer whose stray bullet killed an innocent woman while he was shooting at an armed suspect downtown in August has been cleared of criminal wrongdoing, officials announced. "A comprehensive look at the facts of this incident...
  • Judge sets trial for Cleveland officer in police shooting deaths

    A trial date has been set for a Cleveland police officer accused of firing the final rounds of a 137-shot barrage that killed two unarmed civilians inside a car in November 2012. A Cuyahoga County judge set an April 6 trial date during a hearing on...
  • Hartford Shooting Victim's Mother: 'Everybody Loved Carrell'

    Hartford Shooting Victim's Mother: 'Everybody Loved Carrell'
    HARTFORD — Lillian Lee and her son decided to lock up the Oakland Package Store a little early Wednesday night because business had been slow, she said Thursday. For nearly a half-century, the Lee family has owned and operated the liquor store at...
  • Two men shot at Pasadena's Washington Park; police seek witnesses

    Two men shot at Pasadena's Washington Park; police seek witnesses
    Police are investigating a shooting at a Pasadena park that left two men injured Wednesday evening. Patrol officers driving near Washington Park heard shots fired at about 6 p.m., Lt. Tracey Ibarra of the Pasadena Police Department said. Around the...
  • Security cameras didn't capture shooting of man in Rolls Royce

    Security cameras didn't capture shooting of man in Rolls Royce
    Three security cameras captured footage where real estate entrepreneur Kameron Segal was shot in the face as he sat in his luxury car in Hollywood last week but none of the video shows the shooting, police said Wednesday. The lack of footage showing the...
  • Councilman to host wake for gunman killed in shootout with police

    Councilman to host wake for gunman killed in shootout with police
    A Costa Mesa city councilman is drawing ire from some members of the Police Department for planning to host a wake for a wanted man who died in a shootout with local officers. The event at Skosh Monahan's, a restaurant owned by Councilman Gary Monahan,...
  • 1 killed, 2 wounded in city shootings

    1 killed, 2 wounded in city shootings
    One person was killed and at least two others were wounded in shootings across the city's South Side since Tuesday evening. About 12:15 a.m., a 25-year-old man was killed in the Back of the Yards neighborhood. The man was at home in the 5300 block...
  • US Justice Department, Albuquerque announce police monitor to oversee troubled police force

    After weeks of negotiations, the U.S. Justice Department announced Tuesday that federal officials and the city of Albuquerque have agreed on an independent monitor to oversee the city's troubled police force. James R. Ginger, an expert on police reform,...