A man accused of starting a massive fire at an apartment complex in downtown Los Angeles plead not guilty to arson charges Thursday.
Two men arrested in the Southland on terrorism charges were expected to appear in federal court Friday.
A judge has delayed a hearing for prosecutors to lay out their case to determine if there is enough evidence to try a man charged with killing a Southland couple and their two young sons over five years ago.
A Superior Court judge says Marta Varlamova could be held in contempt of court if she refuses to testify in the pending domestic violence case against Slava Voynov.
The man accused of breaking into actress Sandra Bullock’s Bel Air Estates home appeared in court Thursday.
A San Fernando Valley lawmaker wants to keep millions of drivers in Southern California who have had their licenses suspended for not paying traffic tickets behind the wheel.
Prosecutors say a downtown Los Angeles food processor and distributor has been ordered to stop producing ready-to-eat smoked and pickled fish over links to listeriosis and botulism.
Joseph Edward Duncan III was convicted of killing several members of a Coeur d’Alene family before snatching their two young children.
LAPD Chief Charlie Beck testified Monday in the trial of a discrimination lawsuit filed by two Latino LAPD officers.
Juries will have to decide whether drivers for Uber and Lyft were independent contractors, or employees of the ride-hailing companies with all of the protections and benefits the state affords regular workers.
Jurors awarded over $7 million to the Marvin Gaye family Tuesday in a court battle over the hit song “Blurred Lines”.
Rap mogul Marion “Suge” Knight appeared in court Monday hours after graphic security video of the fatal hit-and-run surfaced.
Los Angeles County Sheriff’s deputies will undergo training for interacting with photographers or members of the public who are taking photos in public places as part of a court settlement.
A man charged with murdering a 20th Century Fox distribution executive plead not guilty during a court appearance Thursday.
Two men convicted of planning to commit “violent jihad” against American troops by joining terrorist groups in Afghanistan were scheduled Monday to be sentenced in Riverside.