The Los Angeles Police Department remained on modified tactical alert Friday evening, hours after a false sighting of triple-murder suspect Christopher Dorner at the Twin Towers Jail.
The massive manhunt for a disgruntled former police officer turned accused killer entered its second day Friday.
Authorities are on a manhunt Thursday for an ex-cop, suspected in killing a Riverside police officer and critically injuring another.
Before his alleged shooting rampage targeting police officers, Christopher Dorner was in San Diego, where he is suspected of tying up an 81-year-old man and trying to steal his boat.
News personality Anderson Cooper claims the former LAPD officer accused of killing three people, including a police officer, sent a package to his CNN office in New York.
Several schools and a ski resort were put on lockdown Thursday as authorities continued their search for former LAPD officer and suspected killer Christopher Dornan into the mountains.
A burned-out truck owned by triple murder suspect Christopher Dorner was found in the San Bernardino mountains Thursday.
Los Angeles police say officers guarding a target mentioned in an ex-officer’s manifesto shot and wounded two people in Torrance who were in a pickup Thursday.
In a long, rambling manifesto addressed to “The Nation” with the subject “Last Resort,” former LAPD officer Christopher Dorner — a fired LAPD officer accused in a double homicide in Irvine — laid out a long list of concerns, slights, charges and threats against fellow LAPD officers who he blames for a 2008 termination.
Irvine police on Wednesday named Christopher Dorner, a former Los Angeles Police Officer, as a suspect in a double homicide.
Police Monday were investigating the deaths of a man and a woman who were found dead inside a car in Irvine.
Research firm HIS says Microsoft and Apple are garnering the highest profit margins for their tablets, followed to a lesser extent by Google and then Amazon.
Google’s self-driving cars will soon be seen on California roads. Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill Tuesday, officially making Google’s cars legal to drive on the street.
Google Inc. revealed Thursday what it will charge for its long-awaited, ultra-fast Internet service in Kansas City: $70 per month.
A small tablet computer bearing Google’s brand is expected Wednesday.