LA City Councilman Pushes For Penalities For Bel-Air 'Mega' Water UsersDepartment of Water and Power officials said on Wednesday that they will look into ways to curb excessive water use after a city councilman called for stronger enforcement measures against high water users such as a Bel-Air homeowner who in a recent year used about 12 million gallons of water.
California Governor Signs Bill Closing Ivory Sales LoopholeGov. Jerry Brown has signed a bill to close a loophole in the state's ban on importing, buying or selling elephant ivory or rhinoceros horns.
New Law Extending Statute Of Limitations To File Hit-And-Run Charges A Win For Carson AssemblymanA bill to double the statute of limitations to file criminal charges in hit-and-run cases from three years to six years was signed into law by Governor Jerry Brown this week, providing a win for the bill's sponsor, Assemblyman Mike Gipson (D-Carson).
Gov. Brown Vetoes Bill Making Many Drone Flights TrespassingGov. Jerry Brown has vetoed a bill meant to rein in the use of drones over private property.
Bill Requires Prosecution Of Transferred ImmigrantsSB 57 by Senate Minority Leader Bob Huff, R-San Dimas, and Sen. Sharon Runner, R-Lancaster, would require that police confirm that prosecutors will pursue a felony charge before allowing a detainee to be released to a city or county from federal detention.
California Lawmakers Block Bill To Regulate E-CigarettesA legislative panel has opted not to take up a bill aimed at curbing youth smoking by regulating e-cigarettes in California after a heated hearing.
Stage 4 Cancer Patient Says She’ll Continue To Fight For Right To Die At Home With DignityThe right-to-die movement in California has a setback Tuesday after lawmakers dropped their efforts to allow terminally ill patients the right to legally end their lives because of fierce opposition.
Nation Of Islam Leader Voices Opposition To Mandatory Vaccine BillA leader of the Nation of Islam is voicing his opposition to Senate Bill No. 177, which would require public school students to be immunized regardless of their parents' personal beliefs.
Vote On California Right-To-Die Bill Delayed As Support LagsDemocratic Sen. Lois Wolk of Davis says she's still trying to secure votes for SB128 to pass the Assembly Health Committee.
Only On 2: Hancock Park Man Says DWP Billed Him OutrageouslyRandy Esada received a bill for more than $18,000.
Only On 2: DWP Admits Making Mistake On Van Nuys Couple's $51K Water BillThe Goreshters, immigrants from the former Soviet Union, were afraid they could lose their condo.
Great-Grandfather Says He's Afraid To Use His Dial-Up After Receiving $24,000 AT&T BillA Woodland Hills man has made international headlines for a shockingly high bill he received from a phone company.