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.
If you enjoy a good cockfight, it could cost you.
City officials have taken steps to prevent future conflicts after sparking national outrage for fining and threatening a home Bible study group.
The California Department of Public Health has released its list of hospitals they have find for safety violations.
A proposed increase in parking fines could end up costing taxpayers nearly twice as much as they paid when Mayor Villaraigosa first took office.
When you head down to the beach for a little fun this summer, county officials want you to know about some updated rules.
Students, parents and school district officials have complained the penalties could have a negative effect on attendance.
LA County Sheriff’s deputies want to cut down on what they say are dangerous habits for both drivers and pedestrians along one of LA’s most popular light railways.
An Orange County Superior Court judge was removed by a state oversight panel for helping friends and relatives get out of traffic tickets for minimal costs.
A state safety agency is recommending $99.2 million in fines against Southern California Edison and four cellphone companies for overloading power poles and causing a Oct. 2007 Malibu fire that destroyed 14 structures.