Jurors in Orange County have rejected a Southland man’s complaint that he faced sexual discrimination when a local Mexican food restaurant refused to offer him discount prices for “Senorita Night” events.
Officials with the University of California have created a task force to tackle the issue of sexual abuse throughout its 10-campus system.
California is on the brink of becoming the first state to define when “yes means yes” while investigating sexual assaults on college campuses.
The state Senate on Thursday approved legislation requiring California colleges and universities to adopt anti-sexual assault policies that include a written standard for personal consent.
State lawmakers Monday voted to approve legislation aimed at curbing a sharp rise in the number of reported sexual assault cases in the military.
USC and Occidental College were named among 55 colleges and universities currently under investigation, federal officials announced Thursday.
Los Angeles’ mayor and chief of police both put on their blue jeans Wednesday to help raise awareness and change public attitudes about sexual violence.
Authorities Saturday continued to investigate the attacks of two boys in restrooms at public parks in the South Bay.
The trial of a San Clemente man accused of sexually assaulting two women who believed his claims of being a spiritual cleanser was underway Thursday.
A Murrieta man suspected of having a sexual fixation with socks was out on bail Tuesday, authorities said.
A 28-year-old math teacher pleaded not guilty Wednesday to sexually assaulting three male students at a Fullerton junior high school, prosecutors said.
A self-appointed pastor who hosted regular “church” meetings and Bible studies in his Westminster home was convicted Wednesday of sexually assaulting two young male relatives.
A former Garden Grove police officer who was convicted of sexually assaulting three women was sentenced Friday to 12 years in prison.
A 55-year-old Los Angeles man was charged Tuesday with kidnapping a 3-year-old girl from a Boyle Heights party and sexually molesting her, the District Attorney’s Office said.
Two newly released complaints from LAUSD employees revealed accusations of sexual and verbal harassment and retaliation against the school board’s president, according to a report Tuesday.