City leaders and security officials assembled Tuesday for the opening of the first-ever national homeland security conference in downtown Los Angeles.
Security is being stepped up at public events throughout Southern California this weekend in the wake of Monday’s deadly bombings in Boston but law enforcement officials say there is no imminent threat.
Three massive public events this weekend are each expected to draw tens of thousands of people, so officials are busy stepping up security in the aftermath of the Boston Marathon bombings.
Security will be beefed up at sports venues and events in the Southland in response to Monday’s Boston Marathon attack.
Travelers at LAX and other Southland airports saw heightened security Tuesday in the wake the Boston Marathon bombings.
Southland and statewide agencies remained on heightened alert Tuesday following two explosions at the Boston Marathon.
A CNET report says Apple is aware of a special URL that allows a stranger to hijack your user account and reset your ID and password by simply knowing your birthday and email address.
It may take a few days, but the impact of automatic across-the-board budget cuts in Washington could soon make an impact in the Southland.
Three of the most popular social networking sites on the Internet have been hacked, experts said Friday.
A security alert was reported at Ontario Airport Friday evening, according to authorities.
A suspension in overtime pay by the Sheriff’s Department has led to fewer deputy patrol cars in some unincorporated areas, and now county officials are looking for a replacement.
Tough new safety measures went into effect at the University of Southern California on Monday in response to last year’s high-profile shootings on and near the South Los Angeles campus.
An Inglewood man who allegedly shot four people during a Halloween party on the University of Southern California campus was back in court Monday.
Los Angeles Unified School District campuses reopened Monday after winter break Monday with tighter security in the wake of the massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut.
Several California lawmakers reacted to the Conn. mass shooting by calling for new laws aimed at increasing safety, either through gun control or improved security at public schools.