Law enforcement authorities were evacuating people from Union Station on Tuesday evening after a suspicious package was found on a Red Line train.
This is another of those “Somebody left a box of explosives at the airport for a training exercise, and then they disappeared, but somebody else found them later, and nobody was hurt, so it’s all OK”-stories. Except, it’s not OK.
Corona police have identified the woman found in the cab of a U-Haul truck that had been parked for days in a restaurant parking lot.
Police say they found a 17-year-old in the residence with a 3-inch PVC pipe bomb along with some firecrackers and M-80s.
A Santa Monica teenager has been arrested after police found explosives in his apartment.
LAX will be getting more explosive-detecting dogs in an effort to beef up security at the nation’s third busiest airport.
A federal jury has convicted a Los Angeles man of illegally storing toxic chemicals and explosive hazardous waste, including unstable gunpowder, in his home.
An unemployed software consultant had been expected to argue for the dismissal of charges that he amassed large stockpiles of powerful explosives because authorities destroyed the house before it could be combed for more evidence.
A Southern California man, 63, who had explosives in his vehicle was arrested outside one of the nation’s largest mosques in the Detroit suburb of Dearborn, authorities said.
A college student in Southern California has pleaded not guilty to possessing explosive materials and having a gun on campus.
San Diego County authorities say all the explosives and hazardous materials have been destroyed at a home burned down this week in a controlled fire.
Investigators say the suspect arrested in a Long Beach explosives case may be involved in other recent arson incidents.
Police officials are asking local residents to pass on information they may have in connection with last week’s alert of a terror plot involving explosive materials on trans-Atlantic flights.
Security officials at Los Angeles International Airport held an emergency meeting Friday in response to a security scare involving UPS cargo planes and an Emirates passenger flight