Personal Information Of 15M T-Mobile Wireless Customers Stolen From ExperianHackers have stolen personal information belonging to about 15 million T-Mobile wireless customers and potential customers in the U.S., including Social Security numbers, home addresses, birthdates and other personal information.
Residents Saddened By Damage Caused By 3-Alarm Blaze In San GabrielResidents Friday were saddened by the damage caused by a 3-alarm blaze in San Gabriel.
T-Mobile Will Pay Customers To Leave Rival CompaniesT-Mobile US Inc., the country's fourth-largest wireless carrier, is aiming to lure subscribers from rivals by paying the fees required to break their service contracts.
Get Excited About MLB Postseason By Taking Picture With World Series Trophy! Well 10-time All-Star and Dodgers legend Steve Garvey stopped by KCAL9 Thursday to tell fans how they can get their picture taken with the World Series trophy and autographs from their favorite baseball legends!
Several Alleged Gang Members And Associates Arrested In LA Burglary Ring Several suspected Inglewood gang members and their associates have been arrested for more than 25 burglaries that have taken place in the Los Angeles area since November 2012.
Need A Job? Starbucks, Other Big-Name Firms Step Up Hiring In SoCal Will some of the biggest names in retail turn around the anemic jobs market in the Southland?
Verizon Wireless Admits To Selling Customers' DataVerizon Wireless has confirmed that it actually sells customers’ information directly to other businesses, including data about where its users live and what Web sites they visit.
Blocked AT&T Deal Could Axe Return Of 5,000 Outsourced Jobs To OCA plan to bring call center jobs back from overseas may be in jeopardy after the government filed suit to block a $39 billion deal to buy T-Mobile.
'We Can't Afford This Merger': Hearing Set For Proposed AT&T, T-Mobile DealThe California Public Utilities Commission will hold a public hearing in Culver City on a proposal that opponents warn could stifle competition in the telecom business.
T-Mobile Customers May Need To Replace '3G' PhonesAT&T says that if its deal to buy T-Mobile USA goes through, T-Mobile subscribers with "3G" phones will need to replace those to keep their wireless broadband service working.