Police are still trying to unravel what happened in a Ventura County neighborhood where a woman was found dead in a home, and there were indications that there might be explosives in the house. Simi Valley Police were called to the 500 block of Fairfield Drive at about 7 Thursday night.

(Santa Barbara County Sheriff's Office photo)

A bomb threat forced the evacuation of the Santa Barbara County Administration building, but it turned out to be nothing more than a threat. Someone called 911 just before 11 Wednesday morning and made the threat.

A teen is in big trouble in Ventura County, after police say he walked around a mall wearing a vest with wires hanging out, which made it look like he was a suicide bomber.

Simi Valley Police received numerous 911 calls Sunday afternoon about a young man in the Simi Valley Town Center behaving suspiciously.

A Washington State man was arrested after a bizarre incident in which Santa Barbara Police say he claimed he had a bomb on a passenger train.

Police received a phone call Friday afternoon from Amtrak about a man on the northbound train making threats. Investigators say Terrence Urich threw a backpack of the train as it approached Santa Barbara.

The Santa Barbara County Sheriff’s bomb squad was called to the scene, and determined that there were no explosives inside. The incident delayed the train for hours.