An Upland resident could go to trial as early as Monday on misdemeanor charges for allegedly failing to water his lawn.
City officials in Long Beach are imposing tougher water restrictions as the drought situation worsens.
Homeowner associations can no longer slap fines on residents with dry, brown lawns during droughts under legislation that took effect Monday.
A Glendora couple who scaled back watering due to drought received a letter from the city warning that they could face fines if they don’t get their brown lawn green again.
Georgia Dardenelle says, “Our water bills are going down.”
The State Water Resources Control Board next week is scheduled to consider draft emergency regulations made public Tuesday. They are intended to put teeth into conservation efforts that so far have produced disappointing results.
Strict new rules for valet companies went into effect this evening in Los Angeles.
Law enforcement agencies across the Southland have issued a warning Tuesday for drivers who insist on driving impaired on New Year’s Eve.
If you’re thinking of ignoring the ObamaCare mandate, it’s going to cost you.
Injuries are already starting to pile up, and the NFL season isn’t but two weeks old. That is not the best news for some teams that are losing key players early in this new season. Speaking of early, the NFL brass never thinks a season is too young for fines.
Major League Baseball issued suspensions and fines Friday to Los Angeles Dodgers and Arizona Diamondback players and coaches who were involved in a brawl during Tuesday night’s game.
Lawmakers have proposed legislation that would penalize large employers who pay their workers so little that they qualify for government health insurance at taxpayer expense.
The emergency departments of Bellflower Medical Center, Newport Specialty Hospital and Los Angeles Metropolitan Medical Center’s Los Angeles and Hawthorne campuses will close Thursday.
California could double fines on manufacturers who use dangerous chemicals in nail polishes labeled as “nontoxic.”
Critics fear the vote to raise parking fines as high as $93 could disproportionately impact lower-income residents of high-density neighborhoods.