New Phone Scam Tells Victims They Must Pay Thousands Of Dollars Or Face ArrestThe mother got a call Wednesday from what looked like Hemet Police.
As Phones Get Smarter, Are They Making Us Less Reliant On Our Own Brains?For most people, smartphones and other electronic devices aren't just luxuries - they're often lifelines.
Serena Williams Chases Down Phone Thief At RestaurantDo not mess with Serena Williams, or she will hunt you down. Literally.
Judge Gives Preliminary OK To $92.5 Million Settlement In Phone Tax Lawsuit If you used a phone in the city of Los Angeles between October of 2005 and March of 2008, you might have some cash coming to you.
Officials Warn Public Of Deputy Impersonation Scam In WhittierOfficials Monday warned the public about a scam involving a suspect who pretends to be a sheriff's deputy.
Residents Speak Out Against Plan For Cellphone TowersSupporters of an online petition were expected to speak out at the Los Angeles City Council and county Board of Supervisors meetings in downtown L.A.
Only On 2: Free 'Obama Phones' A Little Too Easy To GetThey're lined up outside welfare offices, on street corners, and in supermarkets: people hawking free cellphones for those in need.
Callers Threaten Arrest For Non-Payment Of Back Taxes In IRS Phone ScamIt's being called the largest IRS phone fraud scam targeting taxpayers ever.
Report: Hundreds Of LA Bus Benches Outfitted With 'Beacon' TechnologyA Southland bench advertising firm says it has partnered with city officials to test out the use of a signal-emitting technology on a "small percentage" of local bus benches.
Authorities 'Alarmed' By Fake Ad Calling For Users To Charge iPhone In The Microwave Excited about getting the new iPhone 6? Good. Just don't go putting it in the microwave.
Sprint May Face Court Battle Over Alleged Racy Images On Cell PhoneA judge signaled Sprint Corp. could end up in a legal battle over a phone bought from a Pasadena store which allegedly contained pornographic images seen by a minor.
LA County Launches Outreach To Educate Seniors About Financial ScamsAn estimated one in five seniors has fallen victim to a financial scam, with only a fraction of such incidents ever reported to authorities, Los Angeles County prosecutors said Monday.