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  • Judge says Coliseum panel apparently violated open-meeting law

    Judge says Coliseum panel apparently violated open-meeting law
    A judge Thursday said the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Commission appeared to have repeatedly violated the state's open-meeting law during its months of closed-door deliberations on USC's lease of the taxpayer-owned stadium. In pointed language, Los...
  • Head of Coliseum Commission testified falsely, judge rules

    Head of Coliseum Commission testified falsely, judge rules
    The top administrator of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Commission testified falsely as part of the agency's efforts to thwart public scrutiny of USC lease negotiations in violation of state law, a judge ruled Friday. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge...
  • A liberal nightmare at the Supreme Court?

     A liberal nightmare at the Supreme Court?
    The Supreme Court will hear three cases during the 2013-14 term that might dramatically alter the landscape of constitutional law. Campaign finance reform, abortion and the separation of church and state are all on the agenda. When the dust settles, if...
  • Judge orders L.A. Coliseum documents released in secrecy lawsuit

    Judge orders L.A. Coliseum documents released in secrecy lawsuit
    A judge has ordered the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum Commission to release documents it has withheld from The Times for as long as 20 months. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Luis A. Lavin made the ruling Friday as part of a sweeping condemnation of...
  • Brown signs law amending state's anti-toxins law, Proposition 65

    Brown signs law amending state's anti-toxins law, Proposition 65
    SACRAMENTO -- Gov. Jerry Brown on Saturday signed into law changes to Proposition 65, the state's landmark anti-toxins law, that aim to reduce lawsuits and fines for businesses. The initiative, which voters approved in 1986, requires businesses to...
  • Steve Nash, ex-wife reach child-custody settlement

    Steve Nash, ex-wife reach child-custody settlement
    Steve Nash and ex-wife Alejandra Amarilla Menrath recently settled their child-custody dispute in Arizona court. According to the Associated Press, Maricopa County Judge Ray Ryan Adelman signed off on a settlement agreement on Sept. 25, ordering it...
  • Immigration activists cheer Trust Act at Hollywood rally

    Immigration activists cheer Trust Act at Hollywood rally
    More than 1,000 activists ended their hours-long rally and march through Hollywood on Saturday on a high note after getting word that Gov. Jerry Brown had signed several bills that would ease conditions for immigrants. Just before noon on Saturday, a...
  • Brush fire forces evacuation of hospital at Camp Pendleton

    Brush fire forces evacuation of hospital at Camp Pendleton
    A brush fire at Camp Pendleton has burned more than 1000 acres and forced evacuation of a housing area and the base hospital, officials said Saturday. Patients at the 61-bed hospital were transferred to Tri-City Medical Center in Oceanside and the Naval...
  • Brushfire at Camp Pendleton forces evacuation at base hospital

    A brush fire at Camp Pendleton has burned more than 1,000 acres and forced evacuation of a housing area and the base hospital, officials said Saturday. Patients at the 61-bed hospital were transferred to Tri-City Medical Center in Oceanside and the...
  • Former Lakers guard Javaris Crittenton facing serious legal charges

    Former Lakers guard Javaris Crittenton facing serious legal charges
    Former Lakers guard Javaris Crittenton continues to have legal problems. According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Crittenton has been given a curfew by Fulton County Superior Court Judge Shawn Ellen LaGrua for "allegedly intimidating the...
  • China trying to pull back on gift-giving

    China trying to pull back on gift-giving
    BEIJING — If you want a full-time teaching job, but you're stuck in a temporary gig without health benefits, Luo Chunlei advises that you buy the school principal a box of mooncakes and follow up with an envelope of dough. Having an operation?...