Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer is trying to put a stop to the so-called “Farmers Market” for medical marijuana.
State fish and wildlife officials say much of the marijuana being grown in northern counties under the state’s medical pot law is not being used for legal, personal use, but for sale both in California and states where pot is still illegal.
A wide-ranging initiative that would dramatically alter medical malpractice lawsuits in California has qualified for the November ballot, officials said Friday.
Dawn Noel Pignuola alleges battery and negligence in the suit filed in Los Angeles Superior Court against Spears and management firm Reign Deer Entertainment LLC.
Dozens of residents under orders to vacate a building in South Los Angeles that has been deemed unsafe were granted a two-week extension Friday.
The United States should join the dozen other nations that allow transgender people to serve in the armed forces, a commission led by a former U.S. surgeon general said in a report.
“Octomom” Nadya Suleman pleaded not guilty Tuesday to the latest count against her in a welfare fraud case.
City prosecutors are teaming up with the LAPD to to help property owners and real estate agents comply with a voter-approved measure regulating medical marijuana dispensaries.
“Octomom” Nadya Suleman was charged Wednesday with another felony count in a welfare fraud case, Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office officials said.
A wave of medical marijuana dispensaries that have opened up throughout Los Angeles in recent years could soon be spreading to the Westside.
Care Harbor LA is holding a clinic Thursday through Sunday to provide free medical, dental and vision care to thousands of uninsured families.
Hundreds of people lined up early Monday morning for wristbands guaranteeing admission to a free health clinic this week in Exposition Park.
A male nurse was convicted Friday of sexually assaulting two male patients who were medically incapacitated and another male patient under the guise of a medical exam.
A judge has ruled that some workers at the five largest University of California medical centers can go on strike for two days starting Tuesday.
A potential walkout among 13,000 workers at five University of California medical centers statewide next week has already prompted officials to cancel elective surgeries.