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Serial Stowaway Sentenced To The SlammerBefore she was sentenced, Superior Court Judge Alan Rubin gave Marilyn Hartman a tongue lashing.
'It Was Stupid,' Woman Says Of Her Stowaway Trip To LAXMarilyn Jean Hartman entered her plea to willfully and unlawfully entering Los Angeles as a stowaway on an aircraft, a misdemeanor, in an L.A. courtroom Wednesday.
Man Gets 6 Years In Trafficking, Prostitution CaseA 25-year-old man has been sentenced to more than six years in state prison after pleading guilty to human trafficking and prostitution charges involving 16- and 17-year-old girls.
Court: Officials’ Private Email Exempt From Open Records Law A California appeals court has ruled that private text messages, emails and other electronic communications sent and received by public officials on their own devices are not public records regardless of the topic.
Winning Ticket For $425M Powerball Jackpot Sold Near San JoseIt's official, the $425-million Powerball jackpot has a winner!
LA Kings' Fundamental Skills Are Paying Off There's nothing fancy about the way Matt Greene plays hockey, and that's why the veteran defenseman fits perfectly with the Los Angeles Kings.
2 Powerball Tickets In Calif. Have 5 Of 6 NumbersCalifornia Lottery officials say two people are holding winning lottery tickets worth $2,309,228 after their Powerball tickets matched five of six winning numbers.
Delta Adds 8 New Destinations From LAXDelta is adding flights in Los Angeles, continuing a slow-but-steady buildup in one of the world's biggest markets for air travel.
Getaway Guide: Weekend Road Trip to San JoseExplore the best of San Jose with this getaway guide to a weekend of fun.
Suspect In LA 1985 Love-Triangle Murder Is NabbedPolice say a fugitive wanted in a 1985 love-triangle murder in Los Angeles has been arrested after he was found living under a fake identity in Northern California.
Stanton, Santa Margarita Take Division 1 State Football Title It’s Johnny Stanton’s World and we’re just living in it.
$3.25M Settlement For Parents Whose Children Were Wrongfully TakenA federal jury has awarded $3.25 million to a family that accused San Jose police officers of wrongly putting their children in protective custody.
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