Brian Oxman, who was once an attorney for Michael Jackson, will no longer be able to practice law in California.
Lawmakers were one step closer on Friday to passing legislation that would limit law enforcement from implementing federal immigration law.
Judge Judy is doing more than holding court on TV. She’s now dishing out advice online.
It could soon be illegal to ride a bicycle and text if a California lawmaker gets his way.
The city of Simi Valley has passed a new law that is aimed at keeping adult film productions from entering the municipality.
Police are looking for victims of a dis-barred Alhambra lawyer accused of bilking clients.
Gov. Jerry Brown says repealing the Hayden law could save $23 million — but one city councilman strongly disagrees.
The sports gambling site Bodog was shut down and four Canadians indicted, including founder Calvin Ayre, for illegal gambling that generated more than $100 million in winnings, federal prosecutors announced Tuesday.
An Irvine lawmaker is among those considering a proposed bill that would potentially allow genders to mix in school locker rooms.
Parents and kids alike are grumbling over the new law, but doctors from the Children’s Hospital insist it’s worth it.
A Southland lawmaker unveiled proposed legislation on Wednesday that would protect kids at California colleges from sexually abusive coaches.
An Anaheim supermarket agreed to pay a $527,000 fine for falsely advertising generic meat as being Islamic approved.
A new grade will be added to California elementary schools by the fall of 2012: Transitional Kindergarten. It would be the first new grade level introduced in the state since 1891.
Governor Jerry Brown has signed into a law a bill that will require health insurance companies in the state to cover treatment for autism and other severe behavioral disorders.
Federal prosecutors have launched a crackdown on pot dispensaries in California, warning the stores that they must shut down in 45 days or face criminal charges and confiscation of their property even if they are operating legally under the state’s 15-year-old medical marijuana law.