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  • Polytechnic investigation found no evidence of teacher misconduct

    A teacher who got a job at Polytechnic School in Pasadena -- shortly after being accused of inappropriate conduct at another private school -- did not engage in sexual harassment or misconduct during his one-year employment at Polytechnic, according to an...
  • Why so many injury claims from L.A. public safety workers?

    Why so many injury claims from L.A. public safety workers?
    Los Angeles' police and firefighters take paid injury leave at significantly higher rates than public safety employees elsewhere in California. Why? Is it more strenuous or stressful to work in the city of Los Angeles, compared with L.A. County or Long...
  • Masked gunman steals $10,000 from TGI Fridays, pistol-whips worker

    Masked gunman steals $10,000 from TGI Fridays, pistol-whips worker
    A gunman pistol-whipped a TGI Fridays worker and stole more than $10,000 from the restaurant chain's Woodland Hills eatery early Monday morning, police said. The masked thief also spirited away with some of the employees' cellphones. The restaurant,...
  • Reality TV show's filming equipment draws bomb squad at LAX

    Reality TV show's filming equipment draws bomb squad at LAX
    A bag of filming equipment for a reality TV show delayed a flight out of Los Angeles International Airport on Sunday when police were called about luggage with suspicious wires hanging out of it. Airport authorities received a call about the bag...
  • Deasy's impatience threatens to overshadow LAUSD achievements

    Deasy's impatience threatens to overshadow LAUSD achievements
    There's a storm cloud gathering over Los Angeles politics these days, and the man at its center is schools Supt. John Deasy. In office since 2010, Deasy has fenced with his bosses, the seven-member school board, almost from the get-go. Lately, however,...
  • L.A. pays millions as police and firefighter injury claims rise

    L.A. pays millions as police and firefighter injury claims rise
    Los Angeles Fire Capt. Daniel Costa liked to go all out on the racquetball court at the LAX fire station. A fellow firefighter described him as a "very competitive" player who "likes to win." Costa seemed in fine form after five spirited games in the...
  • Growing use of police body cameras raises privacy concerns

    Growing use of police body cameras raises privacy concerns
    Scores of law enforcement agencies already use body-worn cameras, and calls for more have only grown across the U.S. after recent cases involving use of force have pitted the word of police officers against angry residents. The Los Angeles County...
  • Daniele Watts, in her own words

    Some experiences stay with us. When I was 16, my father was driving me home from a school play when we saw flashing lights. We hadn't been speeding. I remember my father asking the police officer what was wrong. The officer ignored his question and...
  • L.A. wants court to revive law allowing motel guest registry searches

    L.A. wants court to revive law allowing motel guest registry searches
    Los Angeles city attorneys are asking the Supreme Court to revive a local ordinance that gave police the authority to inspect guest-registration records of motels and hotels, arguing the surprise checks are needed to deter prostitutes and drug dealers and...
  • Police searching for gunman following fatal shooting in East Hollywood

    A 38-year-old man was killed early Saturday morning in East Hollywood when he and another man were confronted by a gunman, authorities said. Fire and police officials responded to the scene following the shooting about 3 a.m. near the intersection of...
  • CSUN student from Saudi Arabia who disappeared Sept. 18 remains missing

    CSUN student from Saudi Arabia who disappeared Sept. 18 remains missing
    A CSUN student from Saudi Arabia who disappeared in Riverside County on Sept. 18 remains missing, Los Angeles police said Saturday. Abdullah Abdullatif Alkadi, 23, a full-time electrical engineering student at Cal State Northridge, was last seen about...