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  • Hermosa Beach officials raise fines for Fourth of July

    Hermosa Beach officials raise fines for Fourth of July
    City officials in Hermosa Beach have put would-be partygoers on notice for the Fourth of July. Thousands of party-seekers usually descend each year upon the tiny beach town — known for its young, hip bar scene — to cruise the Strand or...
  • FCC to slap small Houston pay-TV operator with big fine

    FCC to slap small Houston pay-TV operator with big fine
    The Federal Communications Commission has proposed a $2.25-million fine for a small Houston cable TV operator that transmitted broadcast signals without permission. The company, TV Max Inc., provides cable TV services to multiple dwelling units in...
  • News Corp. says no settlement with U.S. Department of Justice

    News Corp. says no settlement with U.S. Department of Justice
    Representatives for Rupert Murdoch's News Corp. say there is no truth to rumors that the media giant is poised to pay huge fines in order to settle allegations that it bribed foreign officials. News Corp. has been plagued by talk that it violated...
  • Dodgers-Diamondbacks suspensions: L.A. wins in a KO

    Dodgers-Diamondbacks suspensions: L.A. wins in a KO
    Major League Baseball has revealed its scorecard for this week's brawl between the Dodgers and Arizona Diamondbacks, and the Dodgers have won in a knockout. Both teams had pitchers who were clearly throwing at hitters, yet only the Diamondbacks lost...
  • Supreme Court orders new hearing for California raisin farmers

    Supreme Court orders new hearing for California raisin farmers
    WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court opened the door Monday for California raisin growers to challenge the constitutionality of a Depression-era farming law that requires them to keep part of their annual crop off the market. In a 9-0 ruling, the...
  • California high court ruling gives growers a raisin to believe

    California high court ruling gives growers a raisin to believe
    The Supreme Court on Monday gave a California raisin-growing couple another chance to defend their claim that the government violated their constitutional rights by fining them after they refused to obey Depression-era crop mandates. In a unanimous...
  • NBA fines Roy Hibbert $75,000 for using gay slur

    NBA fines Roy Hibbert $75,000 for using gay slur
    Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert has been fined $75,000 by the NBA for using a gay slur during his postgame news conference Saturday night. Hibbert responded "no homo" to a question after the Pacers' 91-77 victory over the Miami Heat forced a...
  • Wal-Mart pleads guilty in hazardous waste cases, to pay $81 million

    Wal-Mart pleads guilty in hazardous waste cases, to pay $81 million
    Wal-Mart Stores Inc. admitted to improperly handling and disposing of hazardous materials at its stores nationwide, pleading guilty Tuesday to several federal criminal and civil counts and agreeing to pay more than $81 million. The accusations against...
  • LeBron James, David West fined $5,000 for double flop

    LeBron James, David West fined $5,000 for double flop
      Miami's LeBron James and Indiana's David West were each fined $5,000 by the NBA on Thursday for violating the league's anti-flopping policy. While guarding each other, James and West flopped on the same play in what looked like a poorly rehearsed...
  • California bill would fine big firms whose workers get Medi-Cal

    California bill would fine big firms whose workers get Medi-Cal
    For years, politicians and labor unions have pilloried Wal-Mart and other large employers for paying workers so little that many qualify for government health insurance at taxpayers' expense. Now critics fear the public will get stuck with an even...
  • Feds won't prosecute wind farm if turbine blades kill a condor

    Feds won't prosecute wind farm if turbine blades kill a condor
    Federal wildlife officials on Friday for the first time agreed not to prosecute a developer if an endangered California condor is struck and killed by turbine blades at its proposed wind farm in the Tehachapi Mountains, about 100 miles north of Los...