California Attorney General Joins Southland Leaders To Celebrate 50th Anniversary Of Civil Rights Act
Attorney General Kamala Harris, along with Southland leaders in the African-American community, joined hundreds to mark the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act.
Attorney General Kamala Harris easily prevailed in Tuesday’s primary, setting her up to run for a second term in November.
The state attorney general’s office is receiving national recognition for accelerating the testing of rape kits, using innovations that have been adopted by eight of California’s 58 counties.
California Attorney General Kamala Harris is engaged to marry an attorney from Los Angeles after a yearlong courtship, it was announced Monday.
Phil Wyman, who spent 17 years in the state Legislature, said he was motivated by the case of Democratic Sen. Leland Yee.
The top prosecutors from five U.S. states have signed an agreement with the National Banking and Securities Commission of Mexico to fight the illegal transfer of money across international boundaries.
The HRC wanted to recognize Biden for being at the forefront at the fight for equality.
About 56,000 Californians have a concealed-weapons permit in a state of 38 million residents.
Attorneys general from border states are planning a trip to Mexico this spring as prosecutors from the two countries fight trafficking in people, guns and drugs, among other crimes.
Attorney General Kamala Harris is formally announcing her bid for a second term as California’s top law enforcement officer.
California Attorney General Kamala Harris says the elected clerk of San Diego County is improperly using the state’s legal system to try to prevent same-sex couples from getting married.
A 13-year-old girl was honored Thursday for thwarting a would-be kidnapping last year and saving a 4-year-old from certain harm.
California Attorney General Kamala Harris is urging the state Supreme Court to reject the San Diego County clerk’s attempt to stop gay marriages in the state.
Data breaches put the personal information of 2.5 million people in the California at risk, according to a report released Monday.
A California law that requires all semiautomatic handguns to be equipped with technology that stamps a code with the weapon’s make, model and serial number on bullet casings is now in effect after years of delays.