Police: Teen Gang Member Killed Contesting InjunctionsAuthorities said a 17-year-old gang member contesting a gang injunction has been shot and killed in Orange County.
Injunction Blocks Outdoor Marijuana Market In Boyle HeightsA judge has blocked a marijuana farmers market in Los Angeles and ordered organizers to shut down their business.
City Attorney Seeks To Curb Gang Activity, Files Lawsuit Against South LA MotelCity Attorney Mike Feuer Friday announced a lawsuit has been filed against the owner of a south Los Angeles motel known as a popular place for criminal gang activity.
Judge Bans 6 Gangs From Area Near Downtown LAA Superior Court judge has granted a permanent injunction banning members of six Los Angeles street gangs from congregating or carrying weapons within a nearly 4-square-mile area near downtown.
Judge Denies Injunction To Stop Distribution Of $1.2M Dorner RewardA judge denied an injunction Friday stopping the distribution of the $1.2 million reward offered in the Christopher Dorner case.
Homeless Deaths Revive Controversy Over Property Seizure Ban Along Skid Row When does too much "stuff" pose a public threat? That's the question facing city officials after another death on Skid Row.
Judge To Issue Injunction Halting Costa Mesa LayoffsAn Orange County Superior Court judge Tuesday told attorneys she plans to issue a preliminary injunction halting controversial layoffs planned in Costa Mesa.
LA Judge Rejects Challenge To Graffiti Group InjunctionA Los Angeles judge has rejected a challenge to a new injunction designed to limit the activities of a group of an alleged Los Angeles graffiti group, known as the Metro Transit Assassins, the office of City Attorney Carmen Trutanich announced Saturday.
Judge Grants Injunction Against 2 Southland GangsLos Angeles County prosecutors say a judge has granted a preliminary injunction that restricts the activities of two rival gangs in the San Gabriel Valley.
LA Pot Clinics Told To Post Nearly $350K BondMedical marijuana clinics that won a court order blocking a new Los Angeles pot law must cough up nearly $350,000 if they want that injunction to take effect.
Judge Orders 'Don't Ask, Don't Tell' InjunctionA federal judge has issued a nationwide injunction stopping enforcement of the "don't ask, don't tell" policy, ending the military's 17-year-old ban on openly gay troops.

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