CBS2/KCAL9 is giving viewers a chance to win a Family 4-Pack of one-day general admission tickets and carnival rides to come and celebrate at the OC Fair.
Surveillance video shows a decoy “winning” lottery ticket for $75,000 was paid out for just $75 at a Chevron store, where the California Lottery conducted an undercover investigation March 25. The store manager speaks with CBS2/KCAL9.
A man who says he couldn’t find his winning $1 million Powerball ticket is speaking out.
A lawsuit filed by a half-dozen police officers against the city of Whittier claims city officials retaliated against them for their complaints over traffic citation quotas.
The record Powerball jackpot reached $590 million in May 2013.
What’s an 0-5 record worth to Lakers fans? A lot, apparently.
If ticket prices are any measure, the value of the Los Angeles Clipper franchise could be plummeting.
A motorist said she got a $160 ticket for talking on a cellphone that was tucked inside her hijab.
B. Raymond Buxton, a Northern California retiree, claimed the prize at the California Lottery headquarters in Sacramento wearing a shirt that featured a picture of Yoda and read, “Luck of the Jedi I have.”
Jesus Pimentel is hoping to do what many Angelenos who have faced parking citations likely have dreamed about: take the city to court.
It’s about to get a little easier to avoid a parking ticket in the city of Los Angeles.
An early adopter of Google’s Internet-connected eyeglasses plans to fight a citation for wearing the device while driving in San Diego, saying the technology makes navigation easier than smartphones and GPS devices.
A busy Westside intersection has become a battleground for local motorists and business owners losing money over what they say is an excessive number of traffic restrictions.
Proof of insurance and registration is the first thing police ask for when they pull someone over. If a driver doesn’t have it, they face a pricy ticket.
A ticket sold in Orange County is worth $159,593, California Lottery officials announced Saturday.