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U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement

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  • Alleged 'maternity house' for Chinese woman may be shut down

     
    Chino Hills is moving to shut down a residence allegedly housing women from China who want to give birth to U.S.-citizen children. On Saturday, a group called Not in Chino Hills staged a street corner protest against the site. "They......
  • Picture it: Polar Bear Club at Gaylord Palms

     
    About 160 new members were inducted into the Orlando Polar Bear Club at Gaylord Palms this weekend. The annual event features crazy/brave swimsuit-clad participants a-dashing through the resort's ICE! exhibit, which carries a “Merry Madagascar&#...
  • Tree-napping mama bear started day eating birthday cake

     
    Turns out the tree-napping mother bear spotted near Altadena was eating some leftover birthday cake when she was first spotted early Thursday....
  • Charges filed against man who struck officer at L.A. May Day rally

     
    Prosecutors filed assault charges against a 23-year-old transient who allegedly struck a female LAPD officer in the back of the head with a drum during a May Day rally in downtown L.A....
  • ICE agent’s son charged with murder; DA wants him tried as adult

     
    Carson, Calif.: The 14-year-old son of an ICE agent was charged Friday with murdering his father, and the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office says prosecutors now will push to have the juvenile tried as an adult....
  • Court ruling could expel high-achieving charter school

     
    A court ruling has invalidated the lease of a high-performing charter school in Glassell Park, threatening it with closure when the school year ends in June. The Alliance Environmental Science and Technology School, whose students have some of the...
  • Firefighters battle blaze in downtown Los Angeles

     
    About 75 firefighters are battling a blaze at 1200 S. Hope St. in downtown Los Angeles as heavy black smoked billowed out of a large single story building....
  • Murrieta students face suspension for posting test material online

     
    In Murrieta, several junior and high school students who posted images of state testing documents on social networking sites are facing suspension for violating security rules, a school district official said....
  • Neighbor charged with killing 94-year-old woman with hammer

     
    A Ramona man was charged Friday with using a hammer to kill a 94-year-old woman who lived in the same mobile home park in northern San Diego County....
  • Suspect in 'snowboarder bandit' bank robberies arrested

     
    A suspect in a series of bank robberies attributed to the “snowboarder bandit” was arrested Friday by police and federal agents. The bandit earned his nickname because he wore knit caps and sweaters and struck agents as having the general........
  • No immigration holds for undocumented youths arrested in protest

     
    Thursday's protest was an action against Secure Communities, the same federal program that put the arrestees at risk of being held for possible deportation. The Trust Act, which awaits Gov. Jerry Brown's signature, would prohibit local law enforcement...
  • LAPD stance on illegal immigration puts Chief Beck in hot seat

     
    Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck stepped into the national immigration debate Thursday, announcing that hundreds of illegal immigrants arrested by his officers each year in low-level crimes would no longer be turned over to federal authorities for...