A former UCLA associate athletic director pleaded not guilty Friday to keeping child pornography on his work-issued laptop computer.
The three suspects accused of sparking the nearly 2,000-acre Colby Fire in San Gabriel Mountain foothills made their first appearance in a federal court Wednesday.
Jonathan Shereston, 28, was charged with child annoyance and stalking following two calls to police on Tuesday about a man following students as they left Mira Costa High School.
Rasheen Childs is charged with one count of special circumstance murder during a robbery, 11 counts of second degree robbery, one count of attempted second degree robbery, one count of assault with a deadly weapon and one count of false imprisonment by violence.
Authorities say a former Southern California councilman has agreed to plead guilty to bribery after authorities said he accepted $2.3 million.
If you do the time in Riverside County, you better have the dime to pay for it.
Scott Dekraai, the suspect in the Seal Beach salon massacre, made his first appearance in Orange County Superior Court on Friday, but his arraignment on eight counts of murder and one count of attempted murder was continued to November 29.
Skid Row resident Dadisi Komolafe points indignantly to the sign reading “Union Rescue Mission,” and grumbles that the name no longer fits since the shelter started charging for a nightly stay.
A swim coach has been charged with having a sexual relationship with a 15-year-old student, Orange County prosecutors said Thursday.
Mel Gibson went to the El Segundo Police Department Wednesday night for finger printing and booking paperwork connected to a misdemeanor battery charge.
Mel Gibson pleaded no contest to misdemeanor battery stemming from a 2010 dispute with his ex-girlfriend Oksana Grigorieva.
The Federal Reserve told Congress on Thursday that it may reconsider its proposal to limit the fee that banks charge merchants for debit card transactions to 12 cents per swipe, the latest twist in a battle over billions of dollars.
Lindsay Lohan walked into a courtroom to face a felony grand theft charge looking like a million dollars, only to be told by a judge she was no different than anyone else.
Lindsay Lohan is due in court to face a new judge, and a new criminal charge, that could return the troubled starlet to jail rather than the big screen.
Lindsay Lohan could be charged as early as Monday with stealing a $2,500 necklace from a Venice jewelry store, according to celebrity Web site TMZ.com.