State AG Rob Bonta Announces Five Guilty Pleas in $8 Million Walgreens-CVS-Target Theft Ring

Standing in front of a CVS in Burlingame, the attorney general announced guilty pleas in what is supposedly one of the largest theft-ring arrests in California history. San Francisco has the reputation as the national epicenter of organized retail shoplifting, though the National Federation of Retailers will tell you that it’s worse in Los Angeles. … Read more

Woman carjacked outside COVID-19 testing site in downtown LA

DOWNTOWN LOS ANGELES (KABC) — A suspect was arrested after police say he was captured on video carjacking a woman who was getting tested for COVID-19 at an adult school in downtown Los Angeles. The incident happened Tuesday at Evans Adult School at 717 Figueroa St., the site of an LAUSD COVID-19 testing center. The … Read more

Family of Navy veteran shot and killed on North Freeway searching for answers

HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) — The family of 27-year-old Mauro Gauna is grieving and searching for answers after he was found shot to death in his car on the side of the North Freeway on Wednesday evening. Daniela Gauna, Mauro’s wife of four years, said they spent the day together on Wednesday. They ran errands, bought … Read more

50th Congressional District Representative, Darrell Issa announces another American and family returning home from Afghanistan –

SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – On Good Evening San Diego, KUSI’s Logan Byrnes talked with 50th congressional district representative Darrell Issa about the return of Prince Wafa and his wife who was left stranded in Afghanistan. “This one was personal. My team and I worked for months to ensure the safe return of Prince Wafa and … Read more

Dog noises, name calling, claims of abuse: a week of shame in Australian politics

Allegations of abuse and accusations of widespread sexism. Bullying and harassment particularly of women. A cabinet minister stood aside pending an investigation into claims by a former staffer that their relationship was at times “abusive”. Even by the low standards of the Australian parliament, it was a week of horror in Canberra. The final sitting … Read more

In fight over Chicago’s vaccine mandate, Illinois labor board grants hearing on police union complaints of city overreach

Earlier this fall, a judge ordered a delay to the Jan. 1 vaccination requirement set by Lightfoot, but it only applies to unionized Chicago police members. Other legal cases, however, have led to federal and Cook County judges denying motions to alter or pause the vaccination policy. On Thursday, the FOP’s bid to block the … Read more

San Jose: Medical examiner rules man’s death a homicide

SAN JOSE – Authorities have ruled a man’s death last month in San Jose a homicide. On Nov. 27, officers were called to the 1400 block of Almaden Expressway for a report of a possible dead body inside a residence, San Jose police Officer Steven Aponte said in a news release Friday. A man was … Read more