Nearly a century ago, the city of Manhattan Beach shuttered a resort that belonged to Willa and Charles Bruce. Though the county is trying to give the land back, the city has declined to apologize.
Alex Villanueva, the sheriff of Los Angeles County, said that the authorities would need Woods’s permission to release the results of the investigation.
Willa and Charles Bruce were among the first Black people to settle in Manhattan Beach, Calif., but the city shut down their resort in 1924. Now, the county is considering returning the land.
Woods was said to have been driving at a “greater speed than normal” when his S.U.V. went over a median strip and rolled over several times.
Grace Community Church reversed course after Los Angeles County health officials warned that indoor conferences were prohibited and that the event could worsen the spread of the coronavirus.
Officials said no one was injured in the attack. The church had been the target of protests over its messages against women, Jews, L.G.B.T.Q. people and the Black Lives Matter movement.
In the aftermath, some people are deciding to just begin new lives elsewhere. The pandemic and longstanding housing problems haven’t made the choices any easier.
In the coming days, Los Angeles County will reach a level where one in 10 residents has tested positive for the coronavirus.
SAG-AFTRA, the union representing 160,000 people who work in the industry, seeks a “temporary hold” in Los Angeles.
Mr. Little confessed to 93 murders, at least 50 of which were verified by law enforcement officers, the F.B.I. said.
Frustrated over an order to temporarily ban outdoor dining across Los Angeles County, many elected officials have fought back — with votes to form their own health departments.
The new Los Angeles district attorney announced major changes in the nation’s largest court system, part of a growing movement to rethink criminal justice across the country.
How a former white enclave became an aspirational suburb for Latinos in Los Angeles.
By different metrics, all sorts of locations in the United States are deeply troubling, from Minot, N.D., to New York City.
Here are the (other) races and issues our national correspondents are watching.
The authorities said that Deonte Lee Murray, 36, of Compton, Calif., shot the deputies multiple times on Sept. 12 in an attack that was captured on video and prompted widespread condemnation.
Josie Huang, a Los Angeles reporter for the public radio station KPCC and the website LAist, offered videos disputing the Sheriff’s Department’s charges.
The Los Angeles County deputies were in critical condition after being fired upon in their car outside a metro station in Compton. The gunman remained at large.
A large crowd gathered at a multimillion-dollar hillside home, defying virus rules. The police investigated, but the event continued. Hours later, gunfire was heard and three people were wounded.
Prosecutors have accused Dennis Wyman of a hate crime, saying he hit an off-duty security guard with his car in Torrance, Calif., last month.
Andres Guardado was killed in Southern California last month. His family said he was working as a security guard for an auto body shop the day he was shot.
Gen Z influencers are settling into life in a shuttered Los Angeles.
As states reopen, experts say socially distant outdoor activities, like swimming or running along the shore, are some of the safer ways to re-engage with the world. Here, tips for how to enjoy the beach now.
The pilot of the helicopter that crashed in January, killing Mr. Bryant and eight others, didn’t have alcohol or drugs in his system. The victims all died from blunt trauma.
Two preliminary efforts to survey citizens for antibodies to the virus have produced controversial results.