A suspected member of a motorcycle gang accused of fatally shooting a Pomona SWAT officer appeared in court Thursday.
Alfredo Aquino, 20, of Anaheim, California, and Ricardo Cruz, 19, of Buena Park, California, were expected to make a court appearance Tuesday and enter a plea.
The wrongful conviction of a woman who spent 17 years in prison for a murder she didn’t commit was overturned Friday.
A 1946 case that helped to dissolve the path of segregation in California schools was commemorated Monday by the Los Angeles Superior Court, as well as by one of the plaintiffs in the historic case.
Singer Chris Brown has pleaded guilty to simple assault and will not receive jail time for an incident last fall in which he was accused of punching a fan in the face.
A judge has ordered Target Corp. to stop work on a partly built Hollywood store that exceeded height regulations.
Two teenaged boys were charged Wednesday for allegedly planning a shooting “massacre” at South Pasadena High School, authorities said.
Jonathan Koppenhaver – aka “War Machine” – is accused of brutally beating his porn star girlfriend in Las Vegas and then fleeing to Simi Valley.
In court an emotionless Sklor Atilano only answered yes or no to the judge’s questions.
The attorney says Andrew Hernandez is simply the victim of angry ex-lovers and jealous ex’s.
A Los Angeles Superior Court judge Friday granted a pair of victories to lawyers for Mayor Eric Garcetti in an ongoing bid to force a union leader to disclose how $40 million was spent at two Department of Water and Power trusts.
A federal judge in Orange County on Wednesday declared California’s death penalty system unconstitutional and so “dysfunctional” that it constitutes cruel and unusual punishment.
CBS2’s Cristy Fajardo reports the county Board of Supervisors voted 4-0 to fully implement Laura’s Law, which allows families and counties to get court-ordered outpatient treatment for the seriously mentally ill.
An Orange County Congressman said Thursday he is “disappointed” but “hopeful” that a U.S. Marine jailed in Mexico could return home soon despite a court ruling.
CBS2’s Tom Wait reports a three-day notice to quit is taped to the Bracamonte family’s front door, a sign of the fallout between Ralph and Marcella Bracamonte and the former caregiver for their three children, Diane Stretton.