Brian Banks, a former Long Beach Poly High School football star falsely accused of rape, has been signed to a professional football team, CBS2 learned Tuesday.
A 23-year-old man was convicted for the second time on Thursday of raping three women, two of whom he connected with on the social networking website MySpace.
A 20-year-old Jurupa Valley man who sexually assaulted a teenager as she was babysitting two young family members was convicted Thursday of rape and other felonies.
The wife of an Oceanside police chief who was convicted for firing a gun from her Cypress home was hospitalized on Monday.
A man who was despondent over losing his job and drove recklessly along Pacific Coast Highway, crashing his car and killing a 13-year-old Malibu girl, was sentenced Friday to 15 years to life in prison.
Nanette Ann Packard McNeal has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole after being convicted, along with her lover, of murdering her wealthy live-in boyfriend.
A jury found a man guilty of second-degree murder in a hit-and-run crash that killed a 13-year-old girl walking along Pacific Coast Highway.
A Reseda man accused of stealing an estimated 3,000 movie posters worth more than $450,000 and selling them on an online auction site pleaded not guilty Thursday.
A federal appellate panel Thursday threw out a four-year sentence given to a former Chino prison guard convicted of abusing inmates.
A former California Highway Patrol officer convicted of murdering a woman motorist while on duty 25 years ago has been denied parole.
The Irvine dad accused of throwing his 7-year-old overboard from a Newport Beach boat was convicted Monday of felony child abuse and resisting arrest charges.
A young man who shot and killed a 17-year-old friend and then dismembered and torched the dead teen’s remains was convicted Thursday of first-degree murder.
A Bel-Air man who declared bankruptcy, then hid his assets and threatened a process server with a golf club, was sentenced Tuesday to nearly six years behind bars.
The California Supreme Court refused Wednesday to review a murder conviction against record producer Phil Spector, serving a 19-year-to-life term for the February 2003 shooting death of actress Lana Clarkson in the foyer of his Alhambra mansion.
A jury has found a former NFL player guilty of killing a Southern California millionaire nearly 17 years ago.