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  • PF Chang's investigating possible credit card breach

    PF Chang's investigating possible credit card breach
    PF Chang's is investigating claims of a data breach involving credit and debit card data stolen from restaurant locations in the United States, the restaurant chain said on Tuesday. A number of newly stolen credit and debit cards appeared on an...
  • Daughter of S.F. porn mogul found hiding in upscale hotel

    Daughter of S.F. porn mogul found hiding in upscale hotel
    The daughter of a deceased San Francisco porn mogul was found hiding in a luxury hotel, days after an exhaustive search began in connection with an identity theft operation, authorities said Friday. Sonoma County sheriff's detectives talked to...
  • Thomas 'Lem' Johns dies at 88; Secret Service agent for LBJ

    Thomas "Lem" Johns, a Secret Service agent who protected Lyndon B. Johnson as he was sworn in as president on Air Force One in the chaotic aftermath of President Kennedy's assassination, has died. He was 88. Grandson Michael Johns said the former...
  • Fox Shakes Up Sunday Animation Block in Major Schedule Overhaul

    Fox will shake up its Sunday animation block for the first time in nearly a decade next fall, pairing live-action sitcoms "Brooklyn Nine-Nine" and newcomer "Mulaney" on the night with "The Simpsons" and "Family Guy." Suffering ratings declines due to...
  • North Laguna road to be closed

    Traffic along parts of North Coast Highway in north Laguna will be impacted for about two hours Saturday morning, according to the United States Secret Service. The road will close in both directions from Newport Coast Drive in Newport Beach to...
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  • Orland Park electronic message board debate continues

     Orland Park electronic message board debate continues
    The debate over whether to allow electronic message boards will continue in Orland Park after trustees requested additional images of signs that would be allowed under a proposed code change. At a Monday Village Board meeting, most trustees said they'd...
  • P.F. Chang's: Customer credit card information stolen

    P.F. Chang's: Customer credit card information stolen
    P.F. Chang's China Bistro said Friday morning that customer credit and debit card information had been hacked, confirming a report out earlier this week. The company said it is not sure how many customers were affected but has issued the security notice...
  • L.A. County finds 3,500 more patients affected by data breach

    L.A. County finds 3,500 more patients affected by data breach
    Los Angeles County officials said Thursday that an additional 3,497 patients may have had their personal information taken in a theft of medical data from a county contractor's office. Eight computers were taken from the Torrance office of Sutherland...
  • Commentary: Take a tough stance against bullying

    Bullying has become such a fixture of school life that most of us have ceased giving it any real attention. Bullies are seen as an inextricable part of the social fabric in schools, as common and unremarkable as any other social archetype, whether it be...
  • First lady emphasizes fun and fitness at annual Easter Egg Roll

    First lady emphasizes fun and fitness at annual Easter Egg Roll
    WASHINGTON -- Instead of chocolate and candy baskets, the horde of children who gathered Monday on the South Lawn for the White House’s Easter Egg Roll got an Eggtivity Zone and a Yoga Garden. To mark the 136th annual Easter event, First Lady...
  • Feds: 'We used everything' to catch family shoplifting ring

    Feds: 'We used everything' to catch family shoplifting ring
    The suburban Chicago family stole with startling efficiency from toy stores, booksellers and coffee shops from Maryland to Texas, its matriarch often dressed in a bulky black dress outfitted with compartments for stuffing large merchandise, federal...