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  • Maryland State Police say they never got Amber Alert request for Relisha Rudd

    Maryland State Police say they never got Amber Alert request for Relisha Rudd
    On March 20, police in Washington issued an Amber Alert for missing 8-year-old Relisha Rudd, alerting residents that the girl could be traveling with a suspected abductor. Washington police said they asked law enforcement agencies across the region to...
  • Amber Alerts, social media 'keyboard crime fighters' aided search for abducted girl

    Amber Alerts, social media 'keyboard crime fighters' aided search for abducted girl
    Police and relatives of abducted girl Caitlyn Virts credited the use of the Amber Alert system and the quick, eager fingers of social media users with helping authorities find the 11-year-old in Florence, S.C., on Friday. Baltimore County Police Chief...
  • Amber Alert canceled: Infant reported missing found in Arizona

    Amber Alert canceled: Infant reported missing found in Arizona
    An Amber Alert was issued and then canceled hours later Wednesday after a 6-month-old girl was reported missing. Laylani Mosley was last seen at her home about 9 a.m. with her grandmother Carolyn Ferguson, 57, according to the Huntington Beach Police...
  • Michael Dell: Poster boy for a Proposition 13 tweak?

    Michael Dell: Poster boy for a Proposition 13 tweak?
    Here's a suggestion for Assemblymen Raul Bocanegra (D-Pacoima) and Tom Ammiano (D-San Francisco) as they push a bill to close an outrageous loophole in Proposition 13: Call it "Michael's Law." Lawmakers routinely play on the public's sentiments when...
  • 'Person of interest' in abduction of boy, 5, in Park Ridge

    'Person of interest' in abduction of boy, 5, in Park Ridge
    A "person of interest" is being questioned this morning about the theft of a car from a driveway in Park Ridge while a 5-year-old boy slept in the back seat. The boy, Drake Whitker, was found safe less than two hours later after the thief abandoned the...
  • Boy, 5, found safe in Skokie after carjacking

    Boy, 5, found safe in Skokie after carjacking
    A 5-year-old boy was found safe in Skokie this afternoon, less than two hours after someone stole a car while he slept in the back seat, officials said. The white 2012 Audi Q5 was stolen from outside a home in the 1700 block of Good Avenue in Park Ridge...
  • Californians climb the learning curve for AMBER text alerts

    Southern California residents got their first exposure to the new America's Missing: Broadcast Emergency Response system Monday night, when their mobile phones suddenly displayed an alert telling them to be on the lookout for two children believed to have...
  • Emergency alert test from Monterey Park causes confusion

    Emergency alert test from Monterey Park causes confusion
    Monterey Park found itself trending on Twitter on Wednesday afternoon, but perhaps not in the way it hoped. The city’s Fire Department ┬ásent out an emergency alert notification to thousands of people at 2:14 p.m. The alert caused a loud buzz on...
  • Monterey Park apologizes for emergency alert message

    Monterey Park apologized Wednesday for accidentally sending out an emergency alert to mobile devices. The text alert by the city 10 miles east of downtown Los Angeles led to a wave of confusion after it caused cellphones to buzz at 2:14 p.m. In a...
  • Statewide Amber Alert: Super annoying, but a potential lifesaver

    I was sitting in bed reading Monday night when a hideous and unfamiliar noise jolted me upright. It seemed to be emanating from inside my room. It was a loud, insistent and intermittent, like a test of the emergency broadcast system, but my radio wasn&...
  • Amber Alert: Californians confused, angry and startled

    Amber Alert: Californians confused, angry and startled
    Residents across California were startled overnight by cellphones that came to life in screeches and buzzes, awaking some and unsettling others with the state's first Amber Alert via text message. Californians are no strangers to Amber Alerts, which are...
  • California issues first cellphone Amber Alert, opt-out available

    California issues first cellphone Amber Alert, opt-out available
    Monday marked the first time in California that officials notified the public of a statewide Amber Alert through their cellphones, a California Highway Patrol official said. It differed from phone to phone, but sometime between late Monday and early...