A pair of Westside city councilmen has admitted to taking campaign donations from – and even patronizing – local medical marijuana dispensaries.
A transient male cross-dresser will spend one year in jail for stealing a woman’s identity and ringing up more than $100,000 in medical costs.
Thousands of doctors and patients in Southern California and throughout the state filed a lawsuit Tuesday against one of the nation’s largest health insurers.
Millions of people in Los Angeles County who currently do not have medical insurance will soon have more options than county hospitals.
A City Council vote on a proposed ban on medical marijuana dispensaries faced possible postponement due to the absence of several key council members.
The LAFD’s Board of Commissioners will meet Tuesday to discuss a newly released report about the department’s response times.
Terminally ill patients and dispensary workers were among those who showed up on the steps of City Hall ahead of a critical vote tomorrow.
City lawmakers on Tuesday will consider a proposal that would close medical marijuana dispensaries while allowing for patients to grow and share their own marijuana through collectives.
A medical marijuana deliveryman was still shaken up after what he described as a robbery by two men allegedly dressed as ninja warriors.
A state senator hopes new legislation will help curb the sticker shock many Angelenos face after a visit to the hospital.
The largest group of doctors in California called on Monday for the legalization of marijuana throughout the state.
Blue Shield has announced that its California policyholders will be getting a $283 million credit on their December insurance premiums.
Embattled Chief Michael Sellers left on paid medical leave at the height of the Kelly Thomas controversy this summer.
If you’re like nearly half of all Americans, you have likely put off going to the doctor or picking up your prescription in order to save some money.
Nonprofit group Public Citizen alleges that over 700 doctors who were disciplined by their hospitals or HMOs have yet to face any action from the state.