The father and two girlfriends of a convicted killer from Pico Rivera were faced prison time on Monday for cashing thousands of dollars unemployment checks in his name.
The California State University board of trustees is set to consider capping raises given to newly hired campus presidents after an outcry over a $100,000 raise given to a new president last year.
Executive pay and an impasse with the teachers union were atop the agenda as Cal State University trustees began a two-day meeting in Long Beach on Tuesday.
Both the mayor and the police chief say the city’s tumbling crime rate should not be a signal to trim the LAPD’s budget.
Mayoral contenders and bloggers alike are blasting City Hall for a recent wave of cost-cutting measures that they say could eventually backfire.
If you’ve avoided paying your parking tickets, now is the time to come up with the cash. Starting next month, the city of Riverside is offering ticket amnesty.
Capt. Eric Vasquez was paid the equivalent of nearly 23 weeks of pay — in vacation, overtime and bonus pay, according to documents obtained by the Daily News.
The Board of Supervisors tentatively approved an ordinance to require inmates to reimburse the county for the cost of their incarceration.
The next time you plan a movie night without the kids, you may have to provide more than just pizza for your babysitter.
The city of Glendale has a message for its drivers: go ahead and ignore that parking meter.
By Jessica Derschowitz LOS ANGELES (CBS) — Ashton Kutcher is the newest star on “Two and a Half Men,” and now he’s also the highest-paid sitcom actor on television. The actor earns $700,000 per episode, […]
The chairman of the Cal State Board of Trustees told lawmakers “we need help” to determine compensation structures as the state struggles with mounting anger over six-figure salaries.
The city controller of Los Angeles will conduct a “top-to-bottom” audit of finances at the Los Angeles Coliseum.
A watchdog panel’s report said one deputy torched his own car for insurance cash, while others made up burglary charges and fraudulent car theft claims.
As tuition continues to skyrocket for college students across California, lawmakers in Sacramento want to make sure administrators aren’t pocketing the extra revenue.