The Costa Mesa-based parent company of the Elephant Bar casual dining chain has filed for bankruptcy and is closing 16 restaurants nationwide, officials announced this week.
Carlsbad-based chain Hot Dog on a Stick filed a Chapter 11 petition in U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Los Angeles on Monday.
This financially troubled city declared a fiscal emergency Tuesday in an effort to avert a second federal bankruptcy filing.
A vote was expected to determine if a financially troubled California city will declare a fiscal emergency to avert a second federal bankruptcy filing.
A Southern California city that declared bankruptcy more than a decade ago is trying to avoid repeating history.
The city of San Bernardino, which recently filed for bankruptcy, is again considering outsourcing its fire protection services.
Residents at a town hall meeting Tuesday called for the closure of a controversial battery recycling plant that state agencies charge has spread hazardous pollution into the air and groundwater.
State regulators have reached a deal with a Southern California battery recycler accused of releasing toxic air emissions that might have threatened the health of more than 100,000 people.
Dan Pellissier, president of the group California Pension Reform, contends L.A. may be just a few years away from becoming unable to repay its debts if costs aren’t kept down.
Hostess is betting on a sweet comeback for Twinkies when they return to shelves next month.
A group of community residents and business leaders in San Bernardino launched an effort Thursday to recall the city’s mayor and other top officials.
The aging founder of the Crystal Cathedral is in court seeking more than $5 million from the ministry he built from scratch in a dispute that has delayed millions in payments to creditors left short-handed when the church filed for bankruptcy two years ago.
The San Bernardino City Council is meeting with several city departments Tuesday to discuss cutting jobs and costs.
The bankrupt city of San Bernardino is considering a plan to reduce police and fire protection in order to cut $18 million from its budget.
San Bernardino city officials have voted to borrow from restricted funds to be able to continue paying the salaries of city employees as the bankrupt city continues its severe financial struggles.