Former Tenants Sue Landlord They Claim Kicked Them To The Curb To Profit From Pricey Airbnb"We were fantastic tenants," says Nina Giovannitti.
Family Awarded $40M In TGI Friday's Legal Battle Remembers Slain SonCarmen and Rey Jordan got a visit early the morning of January 2009 from police, telling them their 33-year-old son had been stabbed to death at the TGI Friday's at the Tyler Galleria after a fight between him and two other men.
The Age Of Consent: What Is It?There's a new consent law in California - but what exactly does that mean?
Burbank Lawmaker: Keep Guns Away From Mentally Ill AmericansA San Fernando Valley lawmaker called on Congress Tuesday to keep guns out of the hands of emotionally disturbed Americans in the aftermath of the Isla Vista shootings.
Strict New Rules For Valets Go Into Effect In Los Angeles Strict new rules for valet companies went into effect this evening in Los Angeles.
Actresses Berry, Garner Call For Tougher Paparazzi LawsTwo of Hollywood's most celebrated actresses went before state lawmakers Tuesday to call for restrictions on paparazzi access to their kids.
UCLA Professor: Gun Laws Will Never Stop A 'Crazed Madman'Gun control advocates want to know how a young man who allegedly threatened students and teachers as a high school student was able to acquire a weapon that has been banned in California since 1989.
Calif. Rings In New Year With New LawsHundreds of new laws went into effect in California on New Year’s Day, including ones dealing with social media and picketing funerals.
Calif. Lawmakers Promise Action On Gun Control Following Conn. Mass ShootingSeveral California lawmakers reacted to the Conn. mass shooting by calling for new laws aimed at increasing safety, either through gun control or improved security at public schools.
Brown Signs Bill Allowing Nurses To Prescribe Birth ControlDuring a visit to a Los Angeles Planned Parenthood clinic, Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill that allows nurses to dispense birth control, making it easier for women to get contraceptives.
Booster Seat, Handgun Laws To Go Into Effect Jan. 1Several new state laws will go into effect on Jan. 1, 2012. Some of the most notable include new regulations for booster seats, sobriety checkpoints and handguns.
Calif. Overtime Laws Protect Non-Resident EmployeesThe California Supreme Court says state overtime laws protect nonresident employees of California firms who are in the state on business trips.