'Hidden Cash' Man Makes Final Drops Before Leaving LAThe man, who told CBS2/KCAL9 earlier this week he simply wants to inspire others to give back, posted hints on his Twitter page about where nine stacks of cash could be found Sunday morning.
Protest Held Following Hawthorne Police Shooting Of DogPublic outrage over a police shooting and the killing of a man’s Rottweiler has not waned as community activists Saturday protested outside the Hawthorne Police Department.
Group 'Anonymous' Targets Hawthorne Police Department For Fatally Shooting DogThe group "Anonymous" -- self-described "hack-tivists" -- have targeted the Hawthorne Police department in response to authorities fatally shooting a man's dog.
Anonymous Group Hacks Burger King Twitter AccountBurger King’s official Twitter account was suspended Monday morning after hackers rebranded it with McDonalds images.
Occupy LA Claims Dorner 'Assassinated For Trying To Expose LAPD Corruption'The Los Angeles chapter of a nationwide anti-Wall Street social movement has taken to social media in support of quadruple homicide suspect Christopher Dorner.
'Anonymous' Creates YouTube Video, Asks Citizens To 'Defeat' Anaheim PoliceJust hours after 24 protesters were arrested during a near-riot with Anaheim police — who are under fire following two deadly officer-involved shootings — the group “Anonymous” announced it is launching its own attack on the city's embattled police department.
Hacker Group Anonymous Threatens Long Beach City Council, PoliceThe group Anonymous has reportedly issued a threat against Long Beach government officials and police officers.
Hacker Group Anonymous Threatens Fullerton Police Department WebsiteA hacker group is threatening to cripple the Fullerton Police Department’s website over the death of a homeless schizophrenic man.
FBI Raids Multiple Sites In 'Anonymous' Hacking ProbeSeveral raids occurred in Los Angeles Tuesday morning as part of an investigation into a computer hacking group called “Anonymous,” FBI sources confirmed to CBS 2.
DEA Launches 'Take-Back' Campaign For Prescription DrugsThe Drug Enforcement Agency announced there will be more than 3,400 sites nationwide on Saturday, September 25th where consumers can take-back dangerous, unused or unwanted prescription drugs.