A bench warrant was issued for the arrest of former “Scandal” cast member Columbus Keith Short after he failed to show up in court Monday on charges that he knocked out a man at a West Los Angeles restaurant.
A California Highway Patrol officer, formerly from Southern California, is accused of sharing explicit photographs obtained from the cellphone of a female taken into custody with a fellow officer.
Timothy Lai, 29, is accused of fleeing the country shortly after Newport Beach police began investigating claims students’ grades had been manipulated durin a computer hack at Corona Del Mar High School.
Lately, the NBA has been on fire with Twitter memes and they’re back at it again. Their latest edition? Tackling some of TV’s hottest dramas in a perfectly punny way.
We take a look at five college athletics scandals to damage a university’s reputation.
Shelly Sterling will go to probate court on Wednesday to seek an emergency order for a hearing so a judge can confirm her authority to sell the Los Angeles Clippers, according to an individual familiar with the matter.
The NBA has not commented on Shelly’s desire to keep the team.
Jeffrey Herman is representing an unnamed man from the United Kingdom in his case against Singer and producer Gary Goddard.
“Right now, she is a victim,” says Eric Rose, a crisis communication expert.
Embattled Clippers owner Donald Sterling is facing another legal challenge.
NBC and TMZ are the latest to learn how the irresistible urge for a scoop, even for a matter of minutes, can burn a news organization.
V. Stiviano, the woman whom Donald Sterling was talking to when he made racist remarks, is “very saddened” by his lifetime NBA ban, and she didn’t release the recording of their conversation, her lawyer said Tuesday.
Los Angeles Clippers Head Coach and Senior Vice President of Basketball Operations Doc Rivers spoke out Monday, giving a statement on behalf of the Clippers organization in light of the controversy surrounding the alleged racist comments of owner Donald Sterling.
Columbus Short won’t be returning to “Scandal” following his legal troubles.
The public was outraged at a Centinela Valley Union High School District board meeting after it surfaced that the board was paying $50,000/year for a $1 million whole-life insurance policy for its superintendent.