So exactly how did these kids get their hands on it?
Prosecutors are bringing down the curtain on Hollywood scam artists who target aspiring actors and other performers.
City prosecutors are getting some help from the federal government in keeping first-time, low level offenders out of jail.
The city attorney’s office announced Monday that it’s filed two dozen misdemeanor counts against Hyros Corporation of Los Angeles and its owner, Ayrapet Kasabyan.
City prosecutors said Monday they have a plan to help staff and parents tackle issues surrounding safe passages to school, truancy prevention, environmental safety, parent education and gun violence prevention.
City Attorney Mike Feuer Thursday filed a nuisance lawsuit against several gang-controlled properties in South LA.
City prosecutors announced Friday a lawsuit against JP Morgan Chase claiming the bank engaged in discriminatory lending that allegedly fueled a wave of foreclosures in Los Angeles.
City prosecutors are teaming up with the LAPD to to help property owners and real estate agents comply with a voter-approved measure regulating medical marijuana dispensaries.
A Los Angeles woman will serve jail time for making hundreds of harassing and false 911 calls in the past two years, prosecutors said Monday.
The Los Angeles Police Department and city officials Wednesday announced a new domestic violence/firearms policy aimed at keeping guns out of the hands of domestic abusers.
A sexual harassment suit filed by a former field deputy to Councilman Mitch Englander targeting the lawmaker’s chief of staff is too vague, according to the City Attorney’s Office.
The owner of a Westside bakery has been charged with 24 criminal counts after he kept his business open following orders from county health inspectors that it be closed due to a rat infestation.
The defendant has been sentenced to six years in county jail and four years probation.
Odom, 33, was allegedly involved in an altercation with a celebrity photographer who was following the athlete in Hollywood July 10.
If you drive without a license, camp on the beach, or use a fake ID to buy alcohol, you’ll no longer face a criminal charge in Los Angeles.