Former Google, Uber Engineer Gets 18 Months For Stealing SecretsA former engineer at Google and Uber pleaded guilty Tuesday to stealing confidential information from Google’s self-driving car program and received an 18-month prison sentence, according to the Department of Justice (DOJ).
Bark Not Bite: Department Of Justice Recommends Changes To Sacramento Police K9 Tactics"Bark not bite" is the Department of Justice's new recommendation for how Sacramento Police Department K9s should be trained.
DOJ Shuts Down The Towers Casino And Card Room In Grass Valley For Violating State Health OrderThe Towers Casino and Card Room in Nevada County says six Department of Justice agents shut them down Tuesday night for violating the state's public health order.
DOJ To Governor Newsom: Closing Churches Violates Religious FreedomThe Department of Justice sent a letter to Governor Newsom, telling him to open up places of worship now.
California To Require Background Checks For Ammo PurchasesVoters approved the checks in 2016 and set an effective date of July 1. Ammunition dealers are seeing a surge in sales as customers stock up before the requirement takes effect.
Man Sentenced To Prison For Selling Cheap Fertilizer As Fat-Burning PillA Sacramento man was sentenced to three years in prison Tuesday for causing misbranded drugs to be introduced into interstate commerce, the Department of Justice said.
New DOJ Fingerprint Technology Helped Solve Vacaville Cold CaseThe DOJ is reportedly working its way through a series of old prints and has turned up leads in hundreds of cold cases so far.
Attorney General Becerra Releases New Report On Police Use Of ForceCalifornia's Attorney General Xavier Becerra announced the release of a new Department of Justice Report on the use of force by the Sacramento Police Department.
Feds: Airport Workers Stole Cash, Gift Cards From Greeting CardsThree Sacramento-area men were indicted Thursday for conspiracy to steal U.S. mail and possession of stolen mail, according to U.S. Attorney McGregor W. Scott.
US Department Of Justice Proposes Banning Rapid-Fire Bump StocksThe Trump administration said Saturday it has taken the first step in the regulatory process to ban bump stocks, a device that can help shooters fire their weapon faster.
Cannabis Industry Frets, Then Shrugs Off Sessions' New PolicyFor long-term pot purveyors accustomed to changing regulatory winds, the decision was just another bump in a long and winding road to proving their business legitimacy.
Sheriff: Suspect Shot By Officer During Pot Grow Raid At Wildlife RefugeAuthorities say a Fish and Wildlife officer shot an armed suspect at a wildlife preserve south of Elk Grove Wednesday morning.
Twitter Suing FBI, DOJ To Reveal Information About Surveillance Of UsersTwitter is suing the FBI and the Department of Justice to be able to release more information about government surveillance of its users.
Nationwide Raids Target Synthetic Drugs Processed In Stockton And MillbraeThe Drug Enforcement Administration on Wednesday broadened its national crackdown on synthetic drug manufacturers, wholesalers and retailers as federal agents served hundreds of search and arrest warrants in at least 25 states.
Safeway To Pay $600K Fine For Clean Air ViolationsGrocery store chain Safeway, Inc. will pay a fine of $600,000 and has agreed to a nationwide reduction of greenhouse gas emissions from refrigeration equipment at its 659 U.S. stores.