Target To Remain Unfinished After Judge Rules No To Resuming ConstructionThe city first gave Target permission to build on the site in 2012.
Lawmakers Denounce Trump After Candidate's Comments On Federal JudgeLeaders from L.A.'s African-American and Mexican-American communities spoke out Friday against presumptive Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump in the wake of Trump's comments suggesting that a federal judge is not qualified to preside over a case because of his Mexican heritage.
Judge Gives Torrance ExxonMobil Refinery Go-Ahead To Restart Operations, Rebuffing Environmental Group's EffortsA Los Angeles judge Monday rebuffed an effort by an environmental group to delay the planned restart of the ExxonMobil refinery in Torrance that was damaged by an explosion more an a year ago.
Judge Orders Force-Feeding Of Anaheim Man In Islamic State CaseA federal judge has ordered the force-feeding of a California man suspected of trying to aid the Islamic State group.
Judge: California Utility Held Improper Nuclear Plant TalksThe judge concluded that Edison executives or attorneys engaged in 10 unreported, improper communications with one or more agency commissioners or their advisers between March 26, 2013, and June 17, 2014.
Judge To Decide If Ex-California Lawmaker's Trial ProceedsCalifornia Sen. Ron Calderon strolled into the Bellagio hotel in Las Vegas two years ago primed for another weekend of fun. In a 10th floor room, overlooking the hotel's iconic dancing fountains, his plans folded.
Gardena Police Ordered To Release Video Of Deadly ShootingA federal judge has ordered a suburban Los Angeles city to release video of police fatally shooting an unarmed man two years ago.
Judge: He's Inclined To Release Video Of Police Killing ManJudge Stephen Wilson said Monday that he sees no valid reason to keep sealed the shooting of Ricardo Diaz Zeferino in Gardena, California.
Retired Federal Judge Lawrence Karlton Dies In CaliforniaRetired federal judge Lawrence K. Karlton, whose written legal opinions on topics ranging from mental health care for inmates to the environment stand as significant influences on key issues, has died in Northern California.
Founder Of LA-Based Christian Stanley Gets 10 Years In Prison For Investment ScamProsecutors say Powell founded the Los Angeles-based Christian Stanley, Inc. telling investors he'd buy out peoples' life insurance policies and later collect the death benefits when they died or by selling them on the life settlement market.
Suge Knight Pleads Not Guilty, Murder Trial Set To Get Underway In July A judge on Thursday set a July trial date for a murder case against Marion "Suge" Knight that was filed after the former rap music mogul ran over two men earlier this year.
Antelope Valley Residents Hoping Pillowcase Rapist Will Be Sent Back To Mental HospitalHubbart's home was empty Wednesday -- and that's how many neighbors want it to remain.