Assemblyman Mike Gatto wants to prohibit police agencies from administering handgun buy-backs without taking steps to ensure firearms are property identified and tested as potential evidence.
With only a few weeks left in the legislative session, lawmakers are negotiating the extension and expansion of a Hollywood tax credit designed to keep film and television production in California.
California’s classic black and yellow license plates are making a comeback thanks to a local assemblyman.
An audit that investigated child welfare agencies following the death of a local boy will result in changes statewide, officials said Wednesday.
Hundreds of LAPD officers were in northeast Los Angeles Thursday to search for clues in the murder of Assemblyman Mike Gatto’s father.
The city and the LAPD Tuesday announced a $50,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the suspect responsible for the murder of a local assemblyman’s father.
A Southland lawmaker has introduced a bill in Sacramento that would require training for teachers and other school staffers on how to identify suspected cases of child abuse.
The Los Angeles Police Department is seeking the public’s help in finding custom-made jewelry that may have been taken from the father of California Assemblyman Mike Gatto on the night he was murdered.
A funeral was held Monday morning for the slain father of a Assemblyman Mike Gatto.
Authorities have released a sketch of a man they suspect slayed Assemblyman Mike Gatto’s father at his Silver Lake home last Tuesday.
The father of a local state assemblyman was fatally shot overnight in his home, the Los Angeles Police Department said.
Solo motorists could drive in carpool lanes on Los Angeles freeways for a few hours during the day under a new bill approved Tuesday.
California lawmakers approved a bill Tuesday that will extend the statute of limitations for hit-and-run crashes from three to six years.
Customers are ultimately paying the price for lawsuits against some Los Angeles-area restaurants, according to CBS2 investigative reporter David Goldstein.
The state Assembly has unanimously approved a bill that would impose a fine of up to $2,000 and a year in jail for people who make false 911 calls targeting the homes of celebrities.