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  • After three killings, USC tries to better protect foreign students

    After three killings, USC tries to better protect foreign students
    New security measures announced Friday by USC after the slayings of three Chinese graduate students in the last two years are receiving a mixed reception on campus and in the Chinese community. Some students see the moves as important steps in the right...
  • USC students react to security measures being added after beating death

    USC students react to security measures being added after beating death
    USC students on Friday welcomed the latest round of additional safety measures announced in reaction to the beating death of a graduate student near campus last month, but differed on whether it was too little, too late. The university said in a...
  • 4 teens to be charged as adults in killing of USC student, sources say

    4 teens to be charged as adults in killing of USC student, sources say
    All four teenagers arrested in connection with the fatal beating of a USC graduate student will be charged with murder as adults despite two of them being minors, sources said. Xinran Ji, a 24-year-old engineering student from China, was beaten with a...
  • One-eyed man arrested in connection with double murder at 7-Eleven

    One-eyed man arrested in connection with double murder at 7-Eleven
    A one-eyed man wanted in connection with a double homicide in Panorama City was arrested on suspicion of murder after gang detectives found him at a motel a half-block away from the incident. Witnesses connected Angel Santana, 29, with the July 17...
  • Costa Mesa council declines to put medical marijuana law on ballot

    Costa Mesa council declines to put medical marijuana law on ballot
    It was called excellent law, quite possibly the best on the subject in California, even by those who have competing proposals. But such sentiment didn't sway the Costa Mesa council, which, after 2 1/2 hours of discussion and debate, declined Tuesday...
  • Bill mandating 'kill switch' on smartphones is sent to governor

    A bill that would mandate that smartphones sold in California be equipped with a “kill switch” that would render them useless if stolen was given final legislative approval by the state Senate on Monday. The measure, which next goes to Gov....
  • LAPD misclassified nearly 1,200 violent crimes as minor offenses

    LAPD misclassified nearly 1,200 violent crimes as minor offenses
    Once police had Nathan Hunter in handcuffs, they tended to his wife. She was covered in blood. She told the officers Hunter flew into a rage that night in February 2013 because she hadn't bought him a Valentine's Day gift. He beat and choked her...
  • Growing police use of military equipment faces scrutiny

    The image of Ferguson, Mo., police officers in camouflage pointing high-caliber rifles from armored vehicles at unarmed protesters has crystallized a debate over whether a decades-long flow of military-grade equipment to the nation's police departments...
  • Lawmakers approve settlement to hike new police officers' pay

    The Los Angeles City Council approved a legal settlement Wednesday hiking the pay of police officers who said they were provided inaccurate salary information when they were being recruited. The settlement with the Los Angeles Police Protective League,...
  • LAPD's in-car camera effort is lagging

    The Los Angeles Police Department this week found itself in a familiar place: defending a controversial shooting by officers that has led to conflicting accounts of what happened. For more than two decades, the LAPD has been trying to install cameras in...
  • Naming officers who fire shots far from routine in St. Louis area

    ST. LOUIS A public cry for the name of the Ferguson police officer who killed Michael Brown is a fresh and uncommonly loud iteration of a recurring debate on the balance between police credibility and a public servant's safety. Although many...