Government Reopens Investigation Of Emmett Till's 1955 LynchingThe federal government has reopened its investigation into the slaying of Emmett Till, the black boy brutally killed after a white woman said he grabbed and whistled at her. The woman, now 84, was recently quoted in a book as saying she lied about Till's alleged behavior.
Feds Seize Over 100 Marijuana Grow Houses Linked To China-Based CriminalsHundreds of federal and local law enforcement agents have seized roughly 100 Northern California houses purchased with money wired to the United States by a Chinese-based crime organization and used to grow massive amounts of marijuana illegally.
Apple To Respond To US Probes Into Slowdown Of Old iPhonesApple acknowledged the probes after reports that the DOJ and SEC were investigating how investors have been affected by their handling of the situation.
Feds Investigating Uber's Tracking of Lyft DriversThe DOJ is investigating whether Uber illegally used software to track drivers for Lyft, its main ride-hailing competitor.
DOJ Sweep of Motorcycle Gang Nets Members in Southern CaliforniaTwenty-three suspected members of the Vagos Outlaw Motorcycle Gang were indicted on federal racketeering charges Friday, including some from Southern California.
Rolling Hills Estates Man Recalls Threatening Call From Con Artist As FBI Warns Of Extortion ScamPolice are once again warning the public about a phone scam that could have those who answer thinking they've committed a crime.
Kamala Harris Seeks Review After Recent Shootings By PoliceCalifornia's attorney general is stepping into the national debate over the recent slayings of unarmed civilians by police, calling for a review by her agency and promising to lead a public dialogue.
Calif. DOJ Launches LA-Based Anti-Meth Task Force The California Department of Justice (DOJ) will create a new anti-methamphetamine task force based in Los Angeles, Attorney General Kamala Harris announced Monday.
$435K Federal Grant Aimed At Keeping First-Time Offenders Out Of JailCity prosecutors are getting some help from the federal government in keeping first-time, low level offenders out of jail.
$3.1M Will Be Returned To Victims Of MoneyGram Scheme Over 1,200 residents in Los Angeles were expected to receive checks in the mail starting Tuesday courtesy of the U.S. Postal Inspection Service.
DOJ Accuses 2 LA Sheriff's Stations Of DiscriminationThe U.S. Justice Department said Friday it found that Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies at two stations in the Antelope Valley have engaged in a pattern or practice of unconstitutional stops, searches, seizures and excessive force targeting African-Americans and Latinos.