LAPD undercover officers' info leaked; Chief admits department mistake
LAPD Chief Michel Moore admitted mistake after officers' information, names and their photos were all leaked to the public.
Skeptical US lawmakers grill TikTok CEO over safety concerns
The CEO of TikTok has been grilled by a U.S. congressional committee to make the case for why the hugely popular video-sharing app shouldn’t be banned.
How TikTok collects your data, even if you don’t use TikTok
Questions over how ByteDance collects and shares information – and who the company shares it with – have been plaguing the social media giant for months.
TikTok CEO to tell Congress video-sharing app is safe, urge against ban
TikTok CEO Shou Zi Chew is due to answer questions Thursday from U.S. lawmakers concerned about the social media platform's effects on its young user base and possible national security risks.
LA police commissioner frustrated over publication of officer data
The site Watch The Watchers published the names, headshots, and serial numbers of more than 9,000 LAPD officers. The group responsible said it's for police accountability, while the department thinks the move was meant to cause officers harm.
Hamid Khan on LAPD officers' names being publicized
Hamid Khan, an organizer with Stop LAPD Spying Coalition, reacts to the names of the LAPD officers being released to the public.
Jamie McBride reacts to names, info of LAPD officers being released
LA Police Protective League Director Jamie McBride called the leak of the LAPD officers' names and information reckless in an interview with FOX 11.
North Hollywood apartment building damaged by massive fire
Authorities said the powerful winds contributed to the fire, causing flames and embers to fly in every direction.
LAPD officer convicted of filing false report, perjury
Alejandro Castillo faces a maximum of four years and eight months in state prison for
Skateboard pursuit: Man attempts to evade LAPD officers by riding away from scene
Newly released video shows the moment the suspect, identified as Pedro Villalobos, abandoned a reported stolen vehicle and took off on a skateboard.
Hyperspace Mountain returns to Disneyland for Star Wars Month
Hey, Star Wars fans! Get ready to launch into a faraway galaxy with the return of Hyperspace Mountain at Disneyland.
Amazon to cut 9,000 more jobs amid 'uncertain economy'
Amazon announced Monday that it plans to cut an additional 9,000 roles within the next few weeks amid the uncertain economic environment.
Firefighter injured after floor collapses during Westlake house fire
The firefighter is expected to be OK after suffering injuries that were not considered life-threatening.
25 people displaced following East Hollywood fire
Several of the 60 tenants were evaluated for possible smoke exposure but no one required hospitalization, according to the LAFD.
Disneyland reopens redesigned Mickey's Toontown
The “reimagined" Mickey's Toontown at Disneyland reopened to visitors Sunday after going through a complete redesign in an effort to be more inclusive and offer more interactive play for families and kiddos.
Disney managers told to identify layoff candidates, with 4K job cuts expected by April: report
Disney managers were given an April deadline to propose budget cuts and make a list of employees to be laid off.
TikTok will add specific STEM feed with math, engineering content, amid recent restrictions
The news follows China appealing Friday to other governments to treat its companies fairly after Britain and New Zealand joined the United States in restricting use of TikTok due to fears the Chinese-owned short video service might be a security risk.
LA City Council approves $2.3M to support victims of 2021 LAPD fireworks explosion
The LA City Council approved nearly $2.3 million in funding to continue assisting residents who were displaced by a botched Los Angeles Police Department attempt to detonate fireworks found in a South Los Angeles neighborhood in June 2021.
LAPD investigating deadly Palms hit-and-run
The LAPD released video footage of the suspect's vehicle as they left the scene.
Nearly half of Americans would support a ban on TikTok, poll finds
Support for a ban on TikTok is split among people based on a new poll, but some states and federal agencies have placed restrictions on the use of the app.