A pretrial hearing is scheduled Monday morning for singer Rick Springfield. He is charged with two misdemeanor counts of driving under the influence in connection with his arrest in Malibu last May.
A surprising new study shows that adults with dyslexia have a hard time recognizing voices. The finding fits with research to uncover the building blocks of literacy and how they can go wrong.
A bail hearing for one of the suspects in the brutal beating of San Francisco Giants’ fan Bryan Stow has been postponed.
California’s highest court says it will hear arguments right after Labor Day on an issue that is likely to prove decisive for the fate of the state’s voter-enacted ban on same-sex marriages.
The California Public Utilities Commission will hold a public hearing in Culver City on a proposal that opponents warn could stifle competition in the telecom business.
A judge told actress Lindsay Lohan to speed up her community service obligations during a probation progress report hearing Thursday morning.
A judge Friday sentenced a former Orange County Sheriff’s deputy to two years and eight months in prison for driving under the influence of prescription drugs.
A judge has ordered Actress Lindsay Lohan to stop having parties at her Venice home while she is on house arrest for a probation violation.
The man suspected in the beating of a San Francisco Giants fan outside Dodger Stadium on opening day was ordered Monday to spend 10 months in prison for violating his parole.
The man suspected of beating a San Francisco Giants fan into a coma at Dodger Stadium will remain jailed after a hearing with parole officials.
The district attorney’s office has turned over 15,000 pages of information to Lonnie Franklin’s defense team, who said the actual trial could be over one year away.
The former city manager of Bell will soon learn whether he must stand trial on dozens of charges of looting the modest city’s treasury.
Monday’s testimony from a former colleague could make chest pains a fond memory for Robert Rizzo.
The “Bell 8″ were arrested Sept. 21 on charges that they bilked taxpayers out of roughly $5.5 million through hefty salaries, benefits and illicit loans of public money.
Eight current and former Bell city officials are due in court Monday for a hearing to determine if there is enough evidence to require them to stand trial on charges that they misappropriated public funds.