The Los Angeles Dodgers are asking a Delaware bankruptcy judge to postpone a hearing on Major League Baseball’s effort to force a sale of the team.
Nadya Suleman is cutting her losses and putting her Orange County home up for sale.
City Council members voted Tuesday to approve an ordinance that prohibits the sale of animal hair, wool or fur as clothing or other personal attire.
The “Garage Sale Millionaire” Aaron LaPedis helps to determine if you can turn your junk into cash.
Borders will start its liquidation sale Friday at nearly 400 stores, including 18 here in Southern California.
The proposed ban may not only just protect residents, but also car buyers who may have been burned by some of these roadside offerings.
Former Bell City Manager Robert Rizzo has listed his Huntington Beach home for sale.
Without the TV deal (which according to the court document includes a $385 million loan), not only is the settlement in jeopardy, but Frank McCourt is still in serious danger of running so low on cash that he can’t meet the June 30 Dodger payroll. I
An undercover sting resulted in the citation of a supermarket and restaurant in Riverside for the alleged sale of alcoholic beverages to minors, authorities said Wednesday.
What housing slump!?
Attorneys for former Los Angeles Dodgers CEO Jamie McCourt have asked a judge to order the sale of the team in order to prevent a possible seizure of the club by Major League Baseball from her ex-husband.
A Ventura County home owned by former New York Mets and Philadelphia Phillies outfielder Lenny Dykstra is facing foreclosure and could be sold next month.
KCET, which severed its long-standing ties with PBS at the beginning of the year, announced Monday that it has sold its Sunset Boulevard production studios to the Church of Scientology.
Apple Inc.’s updated version of its iPad tablet computer will be available in stores Friday afternoon but those who can’t wait to say they own the gadget can beat the crowds by ordering one online before the sun rises.
A Southern California surf shop owner has apologized for its black-themed Martin Luther King Jr. holiday sale and a digitally altered ad showing the civil rights leader in a wet suit.