The Goreshters, immigrants from the former Soviet Union, were afraid they could lose their condo.
A Woodland Hills man has made international headlines for a shockingly high bill he received from a phone company.
The now-stalled measure would have prevented parents from seeking vaccine exemptions for their children because of religious or personal beliefs.
A local state senator plans to introduce a bill Wednesday that will propose changes to California’s vaccination requirements in the wake of the measles outbreak.
A California state lawmaker has introduced legislation that would ban the use of increasingly popular electronic cigarettes in public spaces.
Gov. Jerry Brown will sign a new bill Thursday to help keep movies and television show production in California.
The state Assembly on Friday voted 44-27 to send the bill, AB1739, to Gov. Jerry Brown, whose administration has been shaping the rules. Two companion bills were sent to the Senate and were expected to win approval later in the day.
California is on the brink of becoming the first state to define when “yes means yes” while investigating sexual assaults on college campuses.
The Assembly on Monday rejected legislation that would make California the first state to impose a ban on single-use plastic bags, but the bill could be heard again later this week.
A West Hills man who needs an artificial heart machine to stay alive said that the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power is threatening to shut off the power to his home.
The State Senate Public Safety Committee has passed a bill, in wake of the Isla Vista shootings, that would allow for the temporary removal of firearms from individuals who are at risk for committing violence.
Gov. Jerry Brown has signed a bill creating a long-term plan to pay down California’s $74 billion in unfunded teacher pension liabilities.
Senators unanimously passed AB215 on a 33-0 vote Monday. The bill by Democratic Assemblywoman Joan Buchanan of Alamo creates a separate hearing process for teachers who are charged with egregious misconduct.
A potential new law could change the way college students engage in sexual activity on campus.
The bill by Democratic Sen. Cathleen Galgiani of Stockton targets synthetic marijuana or stimulants known as “spice” and “bath salts.”