Here’s What Every Business Owner Needs To Be Doing To Protect Themselves From Frivolous LawsuitsWhether you're filing a lawsuit or have one filed against you, stay prepared with these steps.
Blue Ribbon Panel Urges Tight Regulation For Proposed Calif. Pot LegalizationA new report on proposed guidelines to implementing marijuana legalization in California may be changing the views of one of the state's most high-profile pot advocates.
For 1st Time In Nearly 30 Years, Anaheim Allowing Residents To Buy FireworksKCAL9's Brittney Hopper spoke to residents eager for the July 4th holiday to get here.
LA Considers Making Illegal Apartments Legal To Help Ease Housing CrisisA city official told Lopez that he had no idea how many apartments were operating without proper permits.
Deadline Looms For ACA Enrollees To Verify US CitizenshipAbout half of 100,000 Californians who enrolled for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act still must prove they are in this country legally to continue to receive benefits.
5 Sports Careers Busted By Legal TroublesWe take a look at five other athletes whose careers were wrecked by trouble with the law.
Casey Kasem's Widow Sued By Lawyers Representing Her In Battle To Keep Radio Icon On Life SupportHaney & Young LLP filed a breach-of-contract suit against Jean Kasem Tuesday in Los Angeles Superior Court, claiming she owes $50,500 in legal bills.
Missing TV Legend Casey Kasem Reportedly Found In Washington State The children of legendary broadcaster and producer Casey Kasem says he has been found.
City Council OKs Request To Pay For Up To $200K In Legal Fees For HuizarThe Los Angeles City Council Friday agreed to pay for legal fees for Councilman Jose Huizar following a sexual harassment lawsuit filed against him by a former staffer.
Reports: County Spent Nearly Half Of Litigation Costs On LASD Lawsuits Lawsuits involving the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department accounted for $43 million in expenditures - nearly half the county's overall litigation costs - last year, according to county officials.
'Glut Of Attorneys' May Mean Lower Legal Fees For Consumers An excess number of attorneys working in California could mean lower legal fees for consumers - at least for now.
Google's 'Driverless' Cars Are Now Legal On Calif. RoadsGoogle’s self-driving cars will soon be seen on California roads. Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill Tuesday, officially making Google’s cars legal to drive on the street.