The statement says in part: “PennySaver did everything possible to try to stay in business…”
None of the injuries are believed to be life threatening but a local newspaper reported one student’s leg was impaled by a piece of the roof.
L.A. County Sheriff Jim McDonnell’s Statement: “From my first day as Sheriff, I have sought to set a clear tone underscoring that the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department is accountable to those we protect and serve […]
Actor Stephen Collins has released a statement to PEOPLE Magazine admitting to inappropriate sexual contact with three young girls.
Shoppers also took to Twitter and posted pictures of the long lines.
San Diego Mayor Bob Filner responded to a recall effort over sexual harassment allegations by touting progress the city has made during his term.
An official at the University of Southern California said Monday it will cooperate fully with a federal investigation into student allegations that the school mishandled claims of rape and sexual assault on campus.
Student activists who claim USC grossly mishandles rape and sexual assault cases said Saturday that the federal government has launched an investigation.
Asiana Airlines made a statement Saturday following a crash of one of their jets in San Francisco.
A day after learning she attempted to commit suicide, Dr. Conrad Murray reached out to 15-year-old Paris Jackson Thursday.
The attorney representing a freshman UCLA water polo player accused of raping a female student released a statement Tuesday morning.
The company behind the “Girls Gone Wild” videos has filed for bankruptcy in Los Angeles to protect itself from more than $16 million in disputed debts and judgements, including over $10 million owed to Las Vegas mogul Steve Wynn, in papers obtained Thursday.
Catholics in Los Angeles will hear an apology from Archbishop Jose Gomez as they attend mass on Sunday morning.
PBS released a statement Thursday saying the company is “very disappointed” it became a target during Wednesday’s presidential debate when Gov. Mitt Romney said he would cut funding to the station.
Warner Bros. issued a statement early Friday morning in the wake of the deadly mass shooting at a Colorado movie theater showing of “The Dark Knight Rises.”