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LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — City Controller Wendy Greuel is under fire amid allegations she used taxpayer dollars to fund her mayoral campaign as the days wind down to the May 21 runoff election with City […]
VERNON (CBSLA.com) —The state issued an emergency order forcing a recycling plant in Vernon to shut down after tests show it may have poisoned groundwater and released dangerous levels of arsenic in the air. The […]
Three state lawmakers proposed legislation on Thursday to reopen a memorial scholarship program for the relatives of Californians who were killed in the Sept. 11, 2001, which is funded by the state’s sale of specialty license plates.
Los Angeles police should have access to the city’s real-time traffic cameras following the Boston Marathon bombings, where surveillance footage proved vital to the manhunt for suspects, a councilman said Wednesday.
Six alternate jurors have been selected for a civil trial over Michael Jackson’s death, setting the stage for opening statements next week.
Gov. Jerry Brown said Tuesday that a man was recently caught trying to break into his Sacramento apartment while he was away.
Drivers under age 18 would be banned from texting while driving even if they use hands-free devices under a cleanup bill approved by the state Senate.
A $7.7 billion budget plan for the city of Los Angeles released Monday was accompanied by a mea culpa of sorts from outgoing Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa.
Former President Bill Clinton was given the first advocate for change award during the 24th annual GLAAD Awards held on Saturday evening in Los Angeles.
Residents of Compton Tuesday cast votes for mayor on a ballot of 11 candidates running against current Mayor Eric Perrodin, the city’s three-term incumbent.
City Attorney Carmen Trutanich said Monday the city will continue to pursue collection efforts for delinquent taxes well beyond Tax Day.
Attorney General Kamala Harris on Saturday urged Democrats to use their recent gains at California’s ballot box to push for changes on gun control, gay marriage, climate change and other issues, telling delegates at the state party’s convention that they should not accept Republican arguments to wait.
Gov. Jerry Brown’s continued defiance of a federal court order to reduce the state’s inmate population could face a difficult time in the appeals process because the U.S. Supreme Court has already weighed in on the matter, a legal expert said Friday.
A federal judicial panel on Thursday denied Gov. Jerry Brown’s request to lift a court-ordered prison population cap and threatened him and other state officials with contempt of court if they fail to comply.
Graduates struggling to repay private student loans could get a reprieve under legislation that passed the state Assembly on Thursday.
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