Consumers who buy tickets for concerts and sporting events through third party venders like Craigslist are taking the risk that those tickets are worthless. That’s because…
Video of an apparent breakup at a Fresno Grizzlies game has crated some buzz on the internet, but the dramatic breakup may be little more than a stunt by team employees.
San Mateo County sheriff’s deputies are warning residents in San Carlos about a man who was going door-to-door earlier this week claiming to be from the sheriff’s office.
A woman who told the University of California at Santa Cruz police that she was sexually assaulted on campus earlier this month admitted to fabricating the incident, the campus police chief said Thursday.
You can’t judge a book by its cover, but if you’re a wine collector, that’s exactly what you’re doing – when you add bottles of wine to your collection. After all, wine labels can be deceiving, and in some cases, counterfeit.
An evangelical Christian from Tennessee has sparked controversy with a new book about his experience pretending to be a gay man for a year.
Red Bluff and Stockton thefts occurred when drivers arrived for scheduled pickups and presented all the right paperwork, including purchase orders, all of which turned out to be fake.
The Department of Homeland Security has already confiscated about $32,000 worth of fake merchandise.
Yelp Inc. said Thursday that some businesses go to “extreme lengths” to boost positive reviews. This includes paying people to write them.
A Contra Costa County man faces nine felony counts ranging from grand theft to perjury and burglary in what prosecutors call a sophisticated foreclosure rental scam.