Milwaukee becomes latest city to sue Kia, Hyundai over rampant thefts
Milwaukee becomes the latest city to announce a lawsuit against South Korean automakers Kia and Hyundai over rash of vehicle thefts, resulting in higher costs of fighting crime.
Silicon Valley Bank collapse under investigation by Justice Department
The Department of Justice and the Securities Exchange Commission are reportedly launching investigations into the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and stock trades made by the bank's officers.
Mexican Mafia members run profitable illegal Los Angeles casinos from behind bars: 'Hidden in plain sight'
Illegal casinos in Los Angeles that are overseen by incarcerated members of the Mexican Mafia are flourishing in the city, according to the LA County Sheriff's Office.
Georgia thieves busted by cops when they stopped to charge getaway Tesla
Two thieves in Georgia were apprehended for stealing gaming systems after officers found them charging their getaway electric vehicle, according to police.
New York businesses urged to require customers remove masks amid crime surge: 'Be proactive'
The New York Police Department recently urged business owners to make unmasking and showing their face a condition of entry for customers as robberies surge in the city.
Demoted FDNY chiefs sue ‘political operative’ fire commissioner
Four FDNY assistant chiefs sued FDNY Commissioner Laura Kavanagh for demoting them and others, alleging New York City Mayor Eric Adams' appointee is a "political operative" jeopardizing public safety.
Seattle to pay millions to settle lawsuit over damages from George Floyd-inspired 'autonomous zone' protests
Seattle agreed to a $3.65 million settlement with residents and business owners over the city's handling of a so-called autonomous zone known as CHOP during the 2020 riots.
New York City businesses drowning in shoplifting thefts turn to man's best friend for help
A private management company in New York City hired a security service to deploy dogs near Penn Station and Madison Square Garden to protect businesses from shoplifting.
New Orleans Police Department given authority to shut down businesses found harboring violent crime
New Orleans businesses that are the site of repeated crimes and deemed harboring crime can now be shut down by the police department following a city council vote.
Chaos in Austin amid power outages as residents seen dumpster diving at H-E-B grocery store
Hundreds of people were seen fighting over "free food" at an H-E-B Grocery store in Austin, Texas, that had thrown away perishable products following a power outage.
Crime-riddled Canadian McDonald's that went viral for brawl involving a raccoon to close
A McDonald's in Ottawa, Canada, known for its repeated instances of crime and a viral video of a brawl involving a raccoon, will close, according to the location's franchisee.
Tyson CFO pleads guilty to public intoxication and criminal trespass
Tyson Foods CFO, John R. Tyson has agreed to pay fines related to a late 2022 arrest involving two charges, public intoxication and criminal trespass
Atlanta anti-police riots hurt downtown businesses, workers’ wallets, employees say
Workers in downtown Atlanta said that the anti-police protest that devolved into violence Saturday night impacted business and their wallets, according to a local report.
FTX cryptocurrency jumps more than 35% after CEO John Ray says bankrupt crypto exchange may restart
FTX's FTT token surged in value Thursday morning after the Wall Street Journal published an interview in which CEO John Ray III said the bankrupt crypto exchange may restart.
Bitzlato cryptocurrency founder arrested, accused of illegal money transfers worth hundreds of millions
A Russian national who founded a crytpcurrency exchange was arrested Tuesday in Miami and is accused of evading U.S. financial regulations and permitting illicit financial transactions on his platform.
Seattle business owners left to fend for themselves on crime take matters into their own hands
Seattle business owners who've witnessed break-ins and violence organized their own town hall to address crime issues in the city and demand action from local leaders.
Ana Walshe case: Wealthy Massachusetts seaside enclave rocked by mysterious disappearance
Massachusetts and Washington, D.C., real estate executive Ana Walshe, 39, was last seen in the early morning hours of Jan. 1 and has been missing ever since.
Florida bill would prohibit financial institutions from tracking gun and ammo purchases
The Florida Arms and Ammo Act would prohibit financial institutions and payment processors from separately categorizing gun and ammo purchases in the state.
Tom Brady owned more than 1M FTX shares before collapse, a stake that's likely gone
The FTX collapse has left the cryptocurrency world reeling and former brand ambassador Tom Brady held over 1 million shares before it filed for bankruptcy.
Missing Massachusetts woman Ana Walshe is real estate company employee who commuted to DC
Ana Walshe, a 39-year-old mother who vanished on New Year’s Day after leaving her home in Cohasset, Massachusetts, works in real estate. She commuted to a job in Washington, D.C.