Four of the five largest movie theater chains Wednesday announced that they will not show Sony’s “The Interview” after threatening messages were posted by hackers, according to the Wall Street Journal.
A group claiming to be behind the cyberattack on Sony Pictures Entertainment issued a rambling threat Tuesday against theaters planning to show the upcoming film “The Interview,” and said people considering going to the movie should “remember the 11th of September 2001.”
A North Hollywood man accused of killing his ex-girlfriend’s rabbit and threatening to do the same to her was charged Wednesday with two counts, authorities said.
Classes resumed Thursday at a South Bay high school after police identified a juvenile allegedly responsible for making at least one threat on social media that forced a two-day closure of the campus.
A South Bay high school was closed Tuesday after receiving two security threats against the campus, authorities said.
An apparent shooting threat made on social media against a Fontana high school has been determined to not be serious, authorities said Monday.
“There’s nothing to worry [about],” the man’s father said, “I know my son.”
Local health officials are prepared if Ebola hits the Southland after the first confirmed case of the virus was diagnosed in the United States.
California will become the first state that allows family members to ask a judge to remove firearms from a relative who appears to pose a threat.
Several Temescal Canyon High School students were in custody Tuesday after allegedly making criminal threats to other students at the school.
School was open Monday despite rumors of a campus threat at Temescal Canyon High School.
An emailed threat that prompted a two-day closure of a private elementary school in Aliso Viejo was sent from outside the United States, Orange County sheriff’s officials said Wednesday.
Police Wednesday said an Orange County high school student’s email account was hacked after officials received a bomb threat that canceled classes for the day.
Classes were canceled Thursday afternoon at a community college in the Inland Empire after someone reported seeing a person with an explosive device, possibly in a backpack.
Police would not explain the violent threat in detail but said it was made on social media and posted Thursday.