An Orange County man was found guilty Tuesday of killing his roommate in 2013.
A former Los Angeles City Councilman and his wife Wednesday were convicted on charges of perjury and voter fraud, but cleared on several other counts.
In Los Angeles Saturday, a large group of about 200 — including stars like Kobe Bryant — rallied for peace and justice.
Jurors awarded about $18 million in damages to Giants fan Bryan Stow in a verdict that found negligence of the Dodgers organization caused “substantial harm” to Stow.
An appellate court has upheld a $19 million judgment against “Girls Gone Wild” founder Joe Francis in a slander case filed over his claims that casino mogul Steve Wynn threatened to kill him.
A federal jury Friday returned guilty verdicts on all counts against two men for starting the Colby Fire earlier this year.
An eight-woman, four-man jury found two former Fullerton police officers not guilty in the beating death of a homeless man.
A California judge has increased by $50 million the amount that paint makers will have to pay into a fund to remove lead paint from homes across the state.
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.
Conrad Murray, who was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in Michael Jackson’s death, is speaking out one day after a jury cleared AEG Live of wrongdoing in the pop star’s demise.
The 12-person jury found that AEG Live did hire Dr. Conrad Murray to care for Jackson but did not find the physician unfit or incompetent.
A judge issued jury instructions Monday in the wrongful death lawsuit filed by the family of the late Michael Jackson against entertainment promoter AEG Live.
A jury in Long Beach is deliberating a verdict in the case of an alleged beating of an elderly wheelchair-bound man by a Metropolitan Transportation Authority bus driver more than three years ago.
Police said a march protesting the acquittal of George Zimmerman in the killing of Trayvon Martin turned violent in San Bernardino Thursday night.
As the nation awaits the jury’s verdict in the George Zimmerman trial, one Southland author and commentator said Friday he believes local reaction to the case is unlikely to result in violence.