A registered sex offender from Orange County appeared before a federal judge Thursday following his arrest at a library, where he allegedly viewed child pornography on one of the facility’s computers.
Should public library patrons be subject to monitoring — or even censorship — of content deemed inappropriate by lawmakers?
A homeless man accused of performing a lewd act while watching pornography at a public library has been arrested, Laguna Beach Sgt. John Falk confirmed to CBS2.
(KFWB NEWS TALK 980) — Pasadena had a library before it was even incorporated as a city in 1886. The city’s first major library — which turns 85 next year — is an iconic structure […]
Police have detained a person of interest in connection with reports of a man who indicated he had a gun at the main library at California State University.
Police say a Southland woman suspected of stealing thousands of public library books and DVDs was likely going to hold a book sale of her own.
Former First Lady Nancy Reagan is doing just fine Wednesday after taking a scary tumble Tuesday evening.
40 years after Judy Hoarfrost and the U.S. national ping pong team made an historic trip to China, she picked up the paddles one more time to mark the occasion.
Next time you’re at the library, you won’t have to read in silence — if you even get around to a book at all.
A registered sex offender has pleaded not guilty to masturbating in front of three teenage girls in a public library.
A Whittier man is accused of using scissors to take a woman hostage at a library and allegedly making a list of bizarre demands.
The city’s top librarian says filtering software is not foolproof and may be prone to problems that might be encountered by a person researching a topic like breast cancer.
A City Council committee is scheduled Tuesday to consider whether people should be able to look at porn on library public computers.
City officials are considering a plan to replace the city’s original library with a brand-new community center — and it may even have some books.
Officials at the University of California, Los Angeles, are evaluating what to do about a white student who posted a video on YouTube mocking her fellow Asian classmates and criticizing them for calling family members in the library following the tsunami.