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  • Patient is out of network, out of luck

     Patient is out of network, out of luck
    A worrisome abdominal pain drove Jalal Afshar to seek treatment last year at healthcare giant Kaiser Permanente. The Pasadena resident and Kaiser member had lived for years with a rare condition known as Castleman's disease, which affects the lymph...
  • Curb Records sues Tim McGraw -- again

    Curb Records sues Tim McGraw -- again
    Curb Records is making a federal case out of its beef with country star Tim McGraw, moving its 2-year-old complaint in state court in Tennessee to the federal level in arguing that he breached his contract with Curb and signing in 2011 with Big Machine...
  • State says L.A. Coliseum has breached lease

     
    The financially troubled Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Commission has breached its lease contract with the state by failing to pay $500,000 in rent due at the end of the year, California officials said....
  • Ashton Kutcher firm's suit against DMV may proceed, judge rules

     
    A judge ruled that a suit filed by Ashton Kutcher's television production company can move forward against the California Department of Motor Vehicles for allegedly backing out of a deal to participate in a reality show based on the agency.......
  • Jenni Rivera: Exec linked to plane had been sued by Los Tigres

     
    An executive at the company that owned the plane carrying Latina pop singer Jenni Rivera that crashed in Mexico earlier this month had previously been sued by a San Jose-based band over an airplane sale gone awry, records showed....
  • Community colleges' promise meets bitter reality

    Community colleges' promise meets bitter reality
    In 1971, I was a high school graduate without much money and even less of a plan. A community college campus seemed like a good place to try to figure things out, so I enrolled at Diablo Valley College in the San Francisco Bay Area. In two years there, I...
  • Britney Spears, parents battle ex-manager in L.A. civil trial

     
    Los Angeles County jurors on Thursday began hearing opening statements in a lawsuit brought by the man who acted as singer Britney Spears' manager during a portion of the tumultuous time that ended with a court giving her father control over her affairs...
  • Britney Spears' ex-manager: Not to blame for life in 'shambles'

     
    The paparazzi shots have been seen all around the world –- a dead-eyed, make-up smeared Britney Spears shaving her head in a Tarzana hair salon and attacking an SUV with an umbrella -– but when they appeared pieces of evidence Thursday in a...
  • L.A. federal courthouse named national landmark

     
    The federal courthouse on Spring Street downtown--site of the first ruling that public school segregation was unconstitutional--was declared a national landmark Wednesday by the Interior secretary....
  • GOP Senate candidate sued by conservative mailing house

     
    A conservative slate mailing company is suing Republican U.S. Senate candidate Elizabeth Emken for fraud and breach of contract....
  • Mammoth Lakes reaches agreement with creditor it owes $43 million

     
    The financially battered High Sierra town of Mammoth Lakes has reached a tentative settlement agreement with a developer on a $43 million breach-of-contract judgment, officials said....