A terminally-ill single mother is fronting a lawsuit claiming that California law actually allows doctors to help terminally-ill patients end their own lives.
Three individuals claiming to be part of the “Masonic Fraternal Police Department” and descendants of the “Knights Templar” have been arrested for impersonating peace officers.
A pair of local families are dealing with substantial consequences following two devastating dog attacks, one maiming a young boy and the other leaving a pet dead.
Part of the Theodore Street Overpass in Moreno Valley needs to be demolished following a big-rig accident back in January.
Los Angeles County supervisors have passed a measure requiring residents in unincorporated neighborhoods to spay and neuter their cats.
The Federal Aviation Administration has revealed new proposals for regulations supporting the commercial use of small drones.
Kevin Bollaert was found guilty Monday of identity theft and extortion. It’s one of the first convictions under a new California law that outlawed revenge porn.
Nevada currently has no rules specifically covering pornography production. And no permit is needed to film on private property, a home or in a hotel room, according to the state film office.
Hundreds of undocumented immigrants lined up Friday outside California Department of Motor Vehicles locations to apply for driver’s licenses.
If the referendum qualifies, the nation’s first statewide ban on single-use plastic bags will be suspended until voters weigh in, effectively buying plastic bag manufacturers more time.
California Governor Jerry Brown celebrated Christmas Eve by pardoning over one hundred former convicts, one of them a local man who now works with recovering drug addicts.
A federal agency that has jurisdiction over California’s bullet train says it has the authority to pre-empt state environmental law, creating uncertainty for numerous lawsuits fighting the project.
We take a look at five other athletes whose careers were wrecked by trouble with the law.
Starting later this month, bicyclists riding the streets of Southern California will have a little more room to maneuver through traffic.
A local mother has accused the retailer Anthropologie of breaking the law, when she says a manager did not allow her to breastfeed her baby on sales floor of the store.