The Oakland Police department says it will put up billboards and posters with the faces of homicide victims across the city as part of an initiative to solve cold cases.
Alameda County District Attorney Nancy O’Malley launched a public awareness campaign that’s aimed at confronting what she described as an epidemic of human trafficking and the sexual exploitation of children.
The billboards are expected to bring in money for an Oakland job-training program, but some argue the bright signs are an eyesore and distraction for drivers.
KCBS’ Technology Analyst describes some new sign and billboard technology as “creepy” because they try to cater advertisements to its viewer, based on their appearance.
Caltrans is trying to make the roads safer for its employees with the start of the two week “Move Over” campaign.
The LAPD is making the Bryan Stow case a top priority as the Giants and Dodgers play their first series in LA since the season opener.
Lamar Advertising is unveiling billboards all over Southern California in hopes of helping identify suspects responsible for the brutal beating of Giants fan Bryan Stow.