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  • Contractor charged with fraud for allegedly taking employees' wages

    A construction contractor has been indicted on fraud charges after allegedly taking $81,000 in wages from his employees for work done on a state developmental hospital in Costa Mesa. Sourin Babayan, 64, of Glendale, was indicted last week on 14 felony...
  • Five months later, Michael Jackson death suit in jury's hands

    Five months later, Michael Jackson death suit in jury's hands
    High on drama and filled with sensational testimony about Michael Jackson’s colorful yet erratic life, jurors Thursday afternoon were handed a wrongful-death case in which the pop star’s mother and three children could be awarded tens of...
  • Jackson-AEG jury deliberations: Singer to blame for own death?

    Jackson-AEG jury deliberations: Singer to blame for own death?
    After a five-month trial, the jury in the Michael Jackson wrongful-death lawsuit against AEG Live will begin its first full day of deliberations on Friday. The Jackson family is seeking personal damages of $85 million to each of Jackson's three children...
  • Michael Jackson jury could award more than $1 billion

    Michael Jackson jury could award more than $1 billion
    Only nine jurors will be needed to reach a verdict in the Michael Jackson wrongful-death trial, a case that will answer the question of whether one of the nation’s largest concert promoters is responsible for the pop stars’ overdose death as...
  • Suspect in slaying of Dodgers fan may be released; evidence lacking

    Suspect in slaying of Dodgers fan may be released; evidence lacking
    SAN FRANCISCO -- The San Francisco district attorney late Friday said there was not sufficient evidence to charge the 21-year-old Lodi man who was jailed in connection with the fatal stabbing of Dodgers fan Jonathan Denver after a confrontation...
  • Family of slain Dodgers fan asks for help outside S.F. ballpark

    Family of slain Dodgers fan asks for help outside S.F. ballpark
    SAN FRANCISCO — Dozens of friends and family members of slain Dodgers fan Jonathan Denver came together outside AT&T Park on Sunday before game time to pass out fliers seeking witnesses to the Wednesday night stabbing preceded by taunts of team...
  • Heartbroken family of slain Dodgers fan begs witnesses to speak out

    Heartbroken family of slain Dodgers fan begs witnesses to speak out
    More than 40 friends and family members of a Dodgers fan slain after a Giants game in San Francisco passed out fliers and begged witnesses to Wednesday's fatal stabbing to come forward. Jonathan Denver's parents, brother and aunt said information...
  • Guatemala massacre is focus of Moreno Valley man's immigration trial

     Guatemala massacre is focus of Moreno Valley man's immigration trial
    Decades after that December day in the Guatemalan village, the former soldier could remember the women's screams. Their cries for help, he said, rang out from the church as the soldiers raped them. He recalled the bloodshed and the victims flung into a...
  • Defense rests in Zimmerman trial in half the time prosecution took

    Defense rests in Zimmerman trial in half the time prosecution took
    SANFORD, Fla. -- The defense in the George Zimmerman case Wednesday completed presenting its case to the jury, which will soon begin deliberations on whether the neighborhood watch volunteer murdered Trayvon Martin or shot the unarmed teenager in self-...
  • Bradley Manning's defense rests its case in WikiLeaks scandal

    Bradley Manning's defense rests its case in WikiLeaks scandal
    FT. MEADE, Md. — Army Pfc. Bradley Manning's defense rested its case Wednesday after presenting evidence from 10 witnesses, hoping to prove the loads of material the soldier gave to WikiLeaks did not threaten national security or U.S. troops in Iraq...
  • Security tight as Zimmerman jurors resume deliberations

    Security tight as Zimmerman jurors resume deliberations
    SANFORD, Fla. -- A six-woman jury spent Saturday morning contemplating George Zimmerman’s fate in what has become one of the most watched, debated and tweeted-about murder cases in the nation. Security at the criminal justice center where the...