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Transportation Security Administration

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  • Woman in applesauce dispute with TSA still fighting

     
    A woman who tussled with Bob Hope Airport security officers over a container of applesauce for her elderly mother seems poised to draw the ire of another federal official — this time a U.S. District Court judge....
  • Lightning storms spark dozens of small fires

     
    Lightning struck thousands of times over a 24-hour period ending Tuesday morning, scattering small wildfires through the forests of Northern California....
  • Police and protesters clash in Anaheim as City Council meets

     
    Anaheim police and protesters were clashing Tuesday evening outside City Hall as bottles were thrown and police chased people on the streets and sidewalks....
  • Ex-fire chief's son, ex-TSA agents to plead guilty in drug scheme

     
    The son of a former L.A. city fire chief and two former Transportation Security Administration officers have agreed to plea guilty on conspiracy charges after they worked together to smuggle drugs onto flights leaving Los Angeles International Airport,...
  • Scattered crowds roam Anaheim streets to protest officer shootings

     
    Scattered crowds of protesters in Anaheim continued to roam the streets late Tuesday after violence erupted earlier around City Hall even as officials voted to ask federal authorities to investigate two deadly police shootings that have rocked the...
  • Man killed in Sylmar in suspected drug-related attack, LAPD says

     
    A 25-year-old man died after he was shot in Sylmar in an apparent drug-related attack, police said Wednesday night....
  • Judge criticizes treatment of L.A. Zoo elephants

     
    While harshly critical of the conditions in which elephants are housed at the Los Angeles Zoo and sharply criticizing the animals’ caretakers, a judge on Tuesday nevertheless stopped short of shutting down the exhibit and found the treatment of...
  • Ex-reserve police officer appointed to panel that oversees LAFD

     
    A San Fernando Valley businessman and former reserve police officer has been appointed to the civilian board that oversees the Los Angeles Fire Department....
  • 24,000 pounds of asphalt spills on 15 Freeway near Devore

     
    Rush-hour traffic snarled Tuesday evening on the northbound 15 Freeway near the 215 Freeway near Devore in San Bernardino County after a big rig spilled about 24,000 of pounds of asphalt across the freeway....
  • Pair to plead guilty in smuggling scheme involving TSA

     
    TSA bribery caper: Two suspected drug couriers have agreed to plead guilty in a case where former Transportation Security Administration screeners accepted bribes in return for smuggling marijuana onto planes leaving Los Angeles International Airport,...
  • Anaheim protesters march in streets after clashing with police

     
    Protesters were marching through the streets of Anaheim Tuesday evening after clashing with police outside City Hall as officials discussed two deadly police shootings that have rocked the city....