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  • Gunman who fatally shot Mendocino County sheriff's deputy kills self

    A Mendocino County sheriff's deputy died Wednesday in a shootout with an armed suspect who fled the scene and was later found dead in an apparent suicide, authorities said. Mendocino Sheriff's Deputy Ricky Del Fiorentino died in the shootout about noon,...
  • Target technology chief Beth Jacob resigns after breach

    Target technology chief Beth Jacob resigns after breach
    Target Corp.’s head of technology stepped down Wednesday as the company attempts to recover from one of the largest data breaches on record at a retailer. Beth Jacob, who served as executive vice president of technology services and chief...
  • State leaders offer condolences for slain Mendocino County deputy

    State leaders offer condolences for slain Mendocino County deputy
    Gov. Jerry Brown and a slew of state officials and law enforcement leaders offered public condolences after a Mendocino County sheriff's deputy was fatally shot Wednesday by a carjacker on a crime spree that began in Oregon. "Anne and I were saddened to...
  • Man who killed Mendocino County deputy died from gunfire, not suicide

    Man who killed Mendocino County deputy died from gunfire, not suicide
    The gunman who fatally shot a Mendocino County sheriff's deputy Wednesday north of Fort Bragg, Calif.,  did not take his own life after the crime spree that began in Oregon but was instead mortally wounded when a police officer opened fire during the...
  • 14 teens charged in La Habra mansion party, snow leopard theft case

    14 teens charged in La Habra mansion party, snow leopard theft case
    More than a dozen teens have been charged in connection with a break-in at a La Habra Heights mansion, where they allegedly threw a party while the owners were away and stole, among other items, a mounted snow leopard. The 9,000-square-foot home...
  • Teens who allegedly partied at, then looted, mansion due in court

    Teens who allegedly partied at, then looted, mansion due in court
    Fourteen teens accused of throwing a clandestine party at an unoccupied La Habra Heights mansion -- and then looting it of everything from collectible medieval armor to a mounted snow leopard -- are due in court Wedesday to face trespassing and burglary...
  • Attorney convicted of stealing nearly $2 million in MTA money

    A former attorney who once handled some of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority's toughest legal cases was convicted Tuesday of stealing nearly $2 million from the transit agency by submitting phony invoices and pocketing settlement money. James...
  • 3 suspects sought after $850 in Yu-Gi-Oh cards stolen in armed robbery

    3 suspects sought after $850 in Yu-Gi-Oh cards stolen in armed robbery
    Anaheim police searched Monday for three suspects who stole nearly 1,000 Yu-Gi-Oh cards valued at $850 at knife-point. Two men were sitting in their car at Clara Barton Park in the 800 block of South Agate Street about 11:45 p.m. Jan. 25 when a car...
  • Target data breach could affect real estate transactions

    Target data breach could affect real estate transactions
    WASHINGTON — The numbers of affected consumers are as yet impossible to predict, but mortgage credit experts warn that the recent massive data breaches at Target, Neiman Marcus and other retailers could have significant effects on some real estate...
  • Homeless man shot during fight over $50 is declared brain dead

    Homeless man shot during fight over $50 is declared brain dead
    A homeless man who was shot point-blank in the head in Panorama City on Sunday during an argument over $50 has been declared brain dead, according to Los Angeles police. Hospital officials told homicide detectives that Carlos Sanchez Cruz, 31, was...
  • Man pleads guilty in fatal shootings of two USC students from China

    Man pleads guilty in fatal shootings of two USC students from China
    One of the two men charged in the slayings of two USC graduate students from China pleaded guilty Wednesday to two counts of murder in exchange for the prosecution not seeking the death penalty. He will instead serve two consecutive life terms in prison...