DEA agents punished for leaving student in cell
Daniel Chong was left alone and forgotten in a cell for five days.
Woman who survived Nepal quake helps others
Cinco de Mayo: What are we really celebrating?
Before you reach for the tacos and tequila, do you actually know what you're celebrating?
LA sues Wells Fargo, alleges fraudulent conduct
Rigid sales quotas have driven employees to open unauthorized accounts for customers, according to a lawsuit.
Managing isolated Amazonian tribes poses problem
After an isolated tribe killed a man in Peru, the emerging dilemma is how to preserve the tribe while protecting its neighboring villages.
Sushi chef gets probation for selling whale meat
A chef who worked at a now-closed Santa Monica sushi restaurant was sentenced today to probation and fined $5,000 for serving…
Theater gunman asked cops if children were hurt
In the video, it sounds as if the defendant asks, "There weren't any children hurt, were there?"
False conviction? SD man fights for justice
Ten years ago, Brandon Price was convicted of murder and robbery. He claims he is innocent.
EMT released after sentencing delay in sex case
Zachary Stinchcomb pleaded guilty to having sex with a 15-year-old girl he met online.
Questions raised over safety of intersection
Parents and students say they want more safety measures in light of a fatal crash in front of West Hills High.
San Diego threatens fines over trash pickup
Homeowners have been threatened with an $88 fine if they don’t remove their trash cans an hour after pickup.
Disabled Marine needs help after truck destroyed
"I feel, yet again, like the whole world is just dark."