Questions are being raised about what some call lavish travel and entertainment spending by UCLA officials over the past five years as tuition has risen 70 percent.
A state panel has approved a five percent pay cut for Gov. Jerry Brown, state lawmakers and other statewide elected officials.
The city of Ontario is making a $50 million bid to take back its airport, which has been owned and operated by the group that runs LAX for more than 25 years.
The Pac-12 has fined USC’s Lane Kiffin $10,000 for his comments following the Trojans triple overtime loss to Stanford on Saturday night.
Two managers at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum have been placed on paid leave in the midst of allegations of a growing financial scandal.
White House officials want your feedback. They’ve announced a new online feature that allows you to create and sign petitions.
U.S. authorities are asking European officials for help gathering evidence against seven-time Tour de France winner Lance Armstrong in a case related to the use of performance-enhancing drugs.
A case against former Bell officials alleging waste of public funds has been thrown out in a ruling.
While you spend nearly $5 a gallon at the pumps on your own car, a CBS2 News investigation has uncovered some public employees taking a free ride at your expense.
Newly elected Bell officials hope an emergency measure will allow them to take office immediately.
The former city manager of Bell will soon learn whether he must stand trial on dozens of charges of looting the modest city’s treasury.
The last figure jailed in the Bell corruption case has been freed. Victor Bello’s attorney says the former mayor was released from Los Angeles County jail shortly before 4 a.m. Wednesday.
The Pac-10 has hired the former head of officiating for the NFL to restructure its football officiating program.
The six current and former officials facing charges of looting the working-class suburb of Bell were actually highly paid puppets of the Los Angeles suburb’s disgraced city manager, according to the testimony of the lone member of the city council not facing criminal charges.
Eight current and former Bell city officials are due in court Monday for a hearing to determine if there is enough evidence to require them to stand trial on charges that they misappropriated public funds.