Criminal Charges Filed Against Animal Activist Marc ChingChing is scheduled to be arraigned on Dec. 2. If convicted as charged, he faces up to 18 months in county jail and a maximum $4,500 fine.
LA City Attorney Urges Law Enforcement, Prosecutors To Combat Potential Voter Intimidation In Upcoming ElectionLos Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer on Friday urged law enforcement and prosecutors across the country to mitigate possible voter intimidation at the polls.
Judge Issues Preliminary Injunction Against Shortened Census TimelineLos Angeles and Los Angeles County are part of a national coalition that sued the administration last month over its last-minute decision to pack 8 ½ months of data collection for the Census into half the time.
Prosecutors: No Charges Will Be Filed Against 'Peaceful' Protesters Arrested For Violating Curfew, Failing To DisperseBoth officials say that charges won’t be filed against protestors for violating curfew or or failing to disperse in an effort to take a non-punitive approach.
2 Vaping Companies Agree To Stop Marketing Products To Minors, Pay $175,000Two vaping companies targeted by the city of Los Angeles have now agreed to stop marketing their products to minors.
More Than 500 People Charged For Operating Illegal Marijuana Businesses In LALos Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer said Friday that with the help of the LAPD, it had charged 515 people for operating or were associated with illegal marijuana businesses, including dispensaries, delivery services and grow-houses.
LA City Attorney, DA Warn Of Illegal Price-Gouging In Wake Of SoCal WildfiresBoth the L.A. city and district attorneys are warning the public to look out for illegal price-gouging in the wake of the state's wildfires.
Leaders Ask SoCal Communities To Peacefully Speak Out Against Hate Speakers at an interfaith rally in South L.A. spoke out against hate in America with blunt condemnation of recent violence.
City Attorney Wants Property Owner To Live At South LA 'Gang Stronghold'Prosecutors want the owner of a South Los Angeles apartment building to live at the property, which has been called “a dangerous gang stronghold” by prosecutors.
Local Authorities Urge Victims, Witnesses To Come Forward In Wake Of Spike In Hate Crimes"Victims of hate crimes need to know that we will stand up for them," says Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer.
LA City Attorney Settles With Hospital Over Patient DumpingA hospital will pay $450,000 to settle a lawsuit by the city of Los Angeles contending it dumped a homeless woman with schizophrenia on Skid Row.
Actions Filed Against 4 Properties Accused Of Turning Rent-Stabilized Units Into Short-Term Rentals, HotelsLos Angeles' City Attorney is taking action against the owners of four properties over allegations they unlawfully converted and operated rent-stabilized housing as short-term rentals or hotels.
Immigrant Advocate Charged With Failing To Help ClientsAn immigrant rights advocate has been charged with practicing law without a license and failing to help clients who paid her thousands of dollars to secure residency status for them.
'Shoulder Surfing' ATM Crimes On The Rise In LALos Angeles authorities are warning the public about an emerging trend of so-called shoulder surfing crimes targeting people using ATMs.
LA County Prosecutors File Charges Against SoCal Gas Over Porter Ranch LeakLos Angeles County prosecutors filed misdemeanor criminal charges against Southern California Gas Co. today for allegedly failing to immediately report the Porter Ranch gas leak to state authorities.