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  • Prime Healthcare's bid to buy 6 Catholic hospitals scrutinized

    Prime Healthcare's bid to buy 6 Catholic hospitals scrutinized
    Atty. Gen. Kamala D. Harris is jumping into a heated battle over the purchase of six struggling nonprofit Catholic medical centers in California by the fast-growing Ontario hospital chain Prime Healthcare Services Inc. The sale of the nonprofit...
  • California agrees to let prison laborers leave early

    California agrees to let prison laborers leave early
    California prison officials have agreed to allow minimum custody inmates who provide the bulk of the state prison system’s menial labor force to be eligible for early release. The settlement agreement, filed in federal court Friday, would affect...
  • California Supreme Court to hear dispute over Encinitas seawall

    California Supreme Court to hear dispute over Encinitas seawall
    The California Supreme Court has decided to hear a case involving a seawall dispute between homeowners in Encinitas and the California Coastal Commission. The decision could set a precedent on how much authority the commission can wield, according to...
  • T-Mobile to pay $90 million to settle claims of wrongful charges

    T-Mobile to pay $90 million to settle claims of wrongful charges
    T-Mobile will pay at least $90 million in penalties and refunds as part of a settlement over its alleged practice of “mobile cramming,” or placing unauthorized third-party charges on customers’ cellphone bills, the Federal Communications...
  • Mandatory DNA collection during arrest is unconstitutional, court says

    A state appeals court decided unanimously Wednesday that California’s practice of taking DNA from people arrested for felonies -- though not necessarily convicted or even charged -- violates the state constitution. The decision, handed down by...
  • 'Revenge porn' law: Ex-boyfriend who posted nude photos gets jail time

    A Los Angeles man who posted nude photos of his ex-girlfriend online was sentenced Monday to a year in jail under California's new "revenge porn" law, authorities said. After a seven-day trial, a jury found Noe Iniguez, 36, guilty of violating...
  • Conan O'Brien co-chairs Children's Defense Fund gala for 5 teens

    Conan O'Brien co-chairs Children's Defense Fund gala for 5 teens
    The event: Most Los Angeles awards dinners pay tribute to Hollywood stars, VIP business leaders or big-time philanthropists. But at the Children’s Defense Fund-California’s “Beat the Odds” dinner, the VIPs and stars turned out to...
  • Who will become California's next governor and U.S. senators?

    Who will become California's next governor and U.S. senators?
    Here's an ironclad guarantee: California's next state election will be tons more interesting than our just-concluded snoozer. Make that the next two elections — in 2016 and 2018. For starters, we'll be electing a new president in 2016. And...
  • GOP fares well among LCF voters

    GOP fares well among LCF voters
    La Cañada voters bucked the statewide trend to vote Democrat and instead largely backed GOP candidates in the Nov. 4 General Election, according to results posted by the Los Angeles County Registrar of Voters office. La Cañadans also turned out more...
  • A sane gun law is under fire in San Diego

    A sane gun law is under fire in San Diego
    Under California law, counties have the option of restricting permits to carry concealed weapons in public to those applicants who establish a “good cause” for doing so. Or they did until earlier this year, when a divided three-judge panel...
  • State can't make sex offenders give authorities their Internet IDs

    California can't require registered sex offenders to give authorities their Internet names, email addresses and other identifying information they use on the Web, a federal appeals court decided Tuesday. A three-judge panel of the U.S. 9th Circuit Court...