Authorities announced a major weapons bust in the Inland Empire Thursday.
Law enforcement and city officials are reminding the public to be safe this Halloween.
Amid an ongoing debate regarding guns in America, Starbucks has asked customers not to bring weapons into its stores.
A Simi Valley man accused of impersonating an LAPD officer was in custody after a cache of weapons was allegedly found at his residence, authorities said Wednesday.
A Customs and Border Protection officer at Los Angeles International Airport has been arrested on suspicion of illegally exporting weapons from the United States to the Philippines.
A bill that appears headed to the governor would require gun owners to lock up their weapons if they live with a convicted felon or anyone else who is prohibited from owning a firearm.
The hunt is on for a suspect who broke into a California Highway Patrol car in the Stevenson Ranch area and stole weapons and other items.
Thousands of attendees at a Homeland Security conference in downtown Los Angeles Thursday got a first-hand demonstration of how the city would handle a terrorist attack.
Several weapons and cold weather survival gear have allegedly been found inside the burned-out truck owned by accused killer Christopher Dorner, CBS News has learned.
Democratic lawmakers proposed legislation Tuesday that would require California gun owners to buy liability insurance to cover damages or injuries caused by their weapons.
The Naval Weapons Station at Seal Beach plays a key role in supporting the Navy’s mission in the Pacific Ocean and beyond.
A popular Orange County gun show may shatter attendance records this weekend.
A Burbank congressman said Thursday he expects lawmakers on both sides of the aisle to support an effort by California Senator Dianne Feinstein to renew a federal ban on assault weapons.
Parents and teachers spoke out about the Fontana Unified School District Police Department’s decision to store 14 high-powered semi-automatic rifles on campuses at a Wednesday school board meeting.
The Los Angeles School Police Department has no plans to keep high-powered weapons on campuses despite the Fontana Unified School District’s decision to purchase 14 AR-15 assault rifles to protect its students.