Customers of P.F. Chang’s restaurants across Southern California were notified Monday of a security breach involving involving credit and debit card data, company officials said.
Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer is trying to put a stop to the so-called “Farmers Market” for medical marijuana.
Investigators are looking into allegations of a major data breach linked to an Orange County-based credit reporting agency, according to reports Friday.
New figures from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention now show one in 68 children in the U.S. have been identified with autism spectrum disorder (ASD).
Subway riders traveling on Metro trains through downtown Los Angeles will soon need a special card to get through Union Station.
The Center For Autism & Related Disorders develops treatment and therapy plans that allow children to lead happy and healthy lives.
Four suspected white supremacists are facing burglary and other charges in an alleged counterfeiting scheme involving gift cards, police said Wednesday.
Three suspects accused of using computers to track deliveries of American Express cards in order to intercept them from their rightful owners were behind bars Friday.
Streets, highways and bridges in Los Angeles County are deteriorating because officials have failed to provide maintenance and replacements for local infrastructure, according to a report released Wednesday.
A City Council committee moved forward with a controversial plan on Tuesday that would give undocumented immigrants access to banking services.
A Norwalk man has been identified as half of a duo responsible for stealing a video camera from a local church.
The breach at a third-party vendor that processes transactions for Visa and MasterCard may affect primarily merchant customers.
An Anaheim woman was arrested on charges related to the alleged unauthorized use of a credit card to purchase a luxury handbag over the Internet.
If you filled up your tank in Sierra Madre recently, the police may want to speak with you.
The Center for Autism and Related Disorders (CARD) is world-renowned for working with children with autism and making incredible strides. Now there program is available for everyone to use at home.