Officials say that the burned remains found in a Southern California mountain cabin have been positively identified as fugitive former police officer Christopher Dorner.
When Oakland begins issuing municipal identification cards on Feb. 1 it will help residents without legal immigration status and also help fight crime, Mayor Jean Quan and Councilman Ignacio De La Fuente said Wednesday.
When you make a return this holiday season, you may have to hand over more than just your receipt, as retailers try to prevent repeated returns.
One of the new California laws set to take effect on January 1st would make it illegal to purchase alcohol in grocery store self-checkout lines in an effort to prevent minors from buying alcohol.
Chinese companies appear to be flooding the U.S. with very realistic looking fake drivers licenses, and according to both local and federal law enforcement it is a growing concern.
Police are warning Belmont residents to be on guard after a man claiming to be a city employee sought access to a home’s backyard Tuesday afternoon but fled when the resident pressed him for professional identification.
A Hayward woman has been charged with 22 felony counts in connection with a large-scale and sophisticated identity theft operation, law enforcement officials said Monday.
California driver licenses are getting a new look. The Department of Motor Vehicles unveiled the upgraded license Wednesday.