Federal prosecutors and Los Angeles County have reached a settlement designed to resolve two federal civil rights investigations into conditions in the county jail system, authorities announced Wednesday.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration will reveal the fine on Monday.
Matthew Itkowitz’s federal trial began Tuesday with jury selection. Opening statements are expected Wednesday.
Hackers stole personnel data and Social Security numbers for every federal employee, a government worker union said Thursday.
Authorities took a woman claiming to have an explosive into custody Wednesday after a bomb threat at a federal building in downtown Los Angeles.
The Rim Fire burned more than 250,000 acres and nearly a dozen homes before it was contained late last October, more than two months after it was sparked.
Federal investigators say Michael’s stores failed to report serious safety hazards from poorly-made and breakable glass vases.
Part of the Theodore Street Overpass in Moreno Valley needs to be demolished following a big-rig accident back in January.
Stanley Dan Reczko III was convicted by a judge Tuesday of producing child porn while registered as a sex offender.
Pacific Gas and Electric Co. says the work re-evaluates the impact that earthquakes and large waves could have on the plant near San Luis Obispo.
The court’s decree Monday will help settle federal and state disputes and prevent future litigation over oil, gas and other mineral leases.
A federal agency that has jurisdiction over California’s bullet train says it has the authority to pre-empt state environmental law, creating uncertainty for numerous lawsuits fighting the project.
The three-judge panel on Friday gave the state a Jan. 1 deadline to start considering parole for nonviolent second-strike inmates.
Juan Vidrio, 26, was taken into custody this week, five months after authorities began an investigation into drug sales in the seaside city they say revealed Vidrio was selling heroin to teenagers.
Officials in Los Angeles County and over a dozen other counties in Southern California are no longer honoring requests from federal immigration agents, according to a report.