50 Alleged Gang Members Arrested In Stockton-Area Raids Targeting NorteñosState enforcement officials have busted up a major Stockton crime operation tied to the notorious Norteño street gang, arresting 50 people, seizing an arsenal of illegal weapons and 25 pounds of drugs, authorities announced Tuesday.
Sex Workers Warn Of Danger After Feds Shut Down BackpageSex workers and sex work advocates across the United States expressed concern Friday after federal authorities seized control of the popular classified website backpage.com and its affiliated websites.
Recreational Marijuana Comes To California With A Cloud Of UncertaintyCalifornians voted yes, but now the feds are saying no to marijuana.
Feds Bust Major 'Dark Web' Marketplace For Illegal DrugsThe Justice Department Thursday announced the seizure of the largest criminal marketplace on the internet, AlphaBay, which operated for over two years on the dark web and supplied deadly illegal fentanyl to Californians.
Security To Be Increased At Federal Government Buildings In D.C., Other Cities In 'Precautionary Step'Security will be increased at various federal government buildings in Washington and other major American cities, the Homeland Security Department announced Tuesday in what it described as a “precautionary step.”
Family Of Pilot Killed In Travis Air Force Base Crash Suing Feds For $20MThe relatives of a stunt pilot who died in a crash at Travis Air Force Base have filed a wrongful death suit against the federal government.
Authorities Hope New Website Leads To Arrest Of 'Northern California's Most Wanted'Federal and local law enforcement officials launched a new website aimed at using anonymous tips to capture wanted fugitives in the Bay Area and Northern California.
U.S. Senate Reaches Deal To End Shutdown, Lift Debt CeilingWith hours left for Congress to finalize and pass legislation before the United States' borrowing authority expires, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., and Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., formally unveiled a plan Wednesday that will fund the government through Jan. 15 and lift the debt limit through Feb. 7.
Jaycee Dugard Sues Feds Over Handling Of AbductorAttorneys for Jaycee Dugard filed a complaint Thursday against the United States government for what she alleges was negligent supervision of then-parolee Phillip Garrido.
Feds Wrongly Raid Home Of CBS Correspondent In Alameda Some new parents got an unexpected scare Wednesday morning when they awoke to a team of armed Federal Bureau of Investigation agents attempting to raid their home.
Feds to Remove Temporary Cap From Gulf Well