Serving Beverly Hills, Bel Air, Holmby, Century City, Trousdale, Brentwood, Westwood

Law Enforcement

  • Latest

Longtime Community Leader Barbara Yaroslavsky Dies

Barbara Yaroslavsky, a longtime civic leader in Los Angeles, and wife of L.A. County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky, died unexpectedly Wednesday.

Judge Unseals Grand Jury Transcript in Anthony Avalos’ Death

The grand jury transcript was unsealed Monday in the case of a Lancaster woman and her boyfriend, who are accused of torturing and murdering her 10-year-old son.

BHPD Captain Mark Rosen Retires With Settlement Agreement

Retaining Chief Sandra Spagnoli and continuing her reforms going forward, Capt. Mark Rosen has settled with the City of Beverly Hills and announced his retirement late Friday afternoon.

Migrants Run on US Border Met With Tear Gas by US

Central American migrants who ran into walls of security personnel, razor wire and tear gas at the US border in Tijuana, Mexico on Sunday chose possibly the hardest place to pass.

Update: Community Mourns, Borderline Shooting Victims Identified

A Pepperdine University student was identified Thursday as one of 13 people who died in an overnight shooting at a Thousand Oaks nightclub crowded with patrons, including 16 students from the Malibu college and three off-duty Los Angeles Police Department officers.

Multiple Confirmed Deaths in Northern California Wildfires

In Northern California, the Camp Fire and the Butte Fire have claimed multiple lives. 

Jury Delay Snarls El Chapo’s US Drug Trial

Juror complications on Tuesday delayed opening statements in the New York trial of Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman, one of the world's most notorious criminals accused of spending a quarter of a century smuggling cocaine into the United States.

Paramount Ranch Among Buildings Destroyed in Woolsey Fire

The Woolsey Fire has now burned more than 83,275 acres, over 130 square miles of terrain stretching from Thousand Oaks, through Agoura, Bell Canyon, Calabasas, Kanan Dune, Point Dume and south to Pepperdine University (which has not burned). A break in the winds has enabled firefighters to achieve 10 percent containment by Sunday morning.

Gunman Posted to Social Media While Shot Victims in Borderline Bar & Grill

Ian David Long, 28, a former Marine who served 2009-2011, spending seven months in Afghanistan, had a history of disruptive behavior, according to neighbors. He lived in a quietly typical community only a few miles from the Borderline Bar & Grill, where he shot 12 people before apparently turning the gun on himself Wednesday evening.

Update: Community Mourns, Borderline Shooting Victims Identified

A Pepperdine University student was identified Thursday as one of 13 people who died in an overnight shooting at a Thousand Oaks nightclub crowded with patrons, including 16 students from the Malibu college and three off-duty Los Angeles Police Department officers.

Multiple Confirmed Deaths in Northern California Wildfires

In Northern California, the Camp Fire and the Butte Fire have claimed multiple lives. 

Multiple Wildfires Prompt Evacuation Orders All the Way to Malibu

The Woolsey Fire has scorched more than 10,000 acres and is threatening the City of Malibu on its way to the ocean with zero percent containment. Spurred by high winds and Santa Ana conditions, the fire line can be seen stretching across a seemingly endless boundary. More than 75,000 homes are under evacuation orders.

13 Dead in Shooting at Borderline Grill

L.A. County Sheriff’s Race Represents Historic Moment As McDonnell Tries To Fend Off Villanueva

Los Angeles County Sheriff Jim McDonnell is facing a challenge Tuesday from retired sheriff's Lt. Alex Villanueva in what amounts to a referendum on McDonnell's efforts to overhaul a scandal-plagued department while maintaining public safety and the faith of those who work for him.

Scary Halloween Parking Restrictions are Coming to the Neighborhood

Halloween Parking Restrictions are coming in Beverly Hills.

Kavanaugh Makes Debut at Supreme Court

New US Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh dove into his new job Tuesday, shrugging off the controversy over his nomination and firing off a handful of questions at his first hearing, a case on prison reform.
Sign up for Breaking News & Alerts