Imperial Valley News
Washington, DC - Want to know why seniors have become favorite targets for scammers, asks the Association of Mature American Citizens. The answer is simple: the haul is worth more than $3 billion a year.
Sacramento, California - The USDA has released a series of fact sheets illustrating how the newly reached Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement can boost the U.S. agriculture industry, supporting more American jobs and driving the nation’s rural economy. Created by the USDA’s Foreign Agricultural Service (FAS), the fact sheets graphically depict how each state and individual commodities stand to benefit from increased agricultural trade with the 11 other TPP countries.
Washington, DC - Would making guns illegal in America eliminate our American mass murder horror?
Has making marijuana illegal for most of the country eliminated the use of pot? Has making cocaine and heroin illegal eliminated the use of these drugs in our country?
San Francisco, California - Paul Sloane Davis was sentenced to 36 months in prison today for a Ponzi scheme he perpetrated along with co-defendant Diane Cobb, announced acting United States Attorney Brian J. Stretch and Federal Bureau of Investigation, Special Agent in Charge David J. Johnson. The sentencing follows a guilty plea in which Davis admitted to running a fraudulent scheme. Court documents establish that Davis and Cobb profited by more than a million dollars.
San Diego, California - October is National Cyber Security Awareness Month, administered by the Department of Homeland Security. This is the perfect time of year for individuals, businesses, and other organizations to reflect on the universe of cyber threats and to do their part to protect their networks, their devices, and their data from those threats.
Jury Convicts Former Fox 40 Web Producer for Conspiring to Hack into and Alter Los Angeles Times Servers
Sacramento, California - A former web producer for KTXL FOX40, a Tribune Company-owned television station in Sacramento, was convicted today for his role in a conspiracy to hack into the servers of the Los Angeles Times and the Tribune Company, following a [seven]-day trial before U.S. District Judge Kimberly J. Mueller, United States Attorney Benjamin B. Wagner and FBI Special Agent in Charge Monica M. Miller announced.