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  • Zoo elephants pampered, pedicured, not persecuted, city says

     
    A real estate agent is suing the city of Los Angeles over how it treats its elephants, in a long-running lawsuit being closely watched in the animal rights community. The trial began on Monday....
  • U.S. agriculture secretary wants Brown to drop wildfire proposal

     
    U.S. Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack has joined federal prosecutors in opposing Gov. Jerry Brown’s proposal to limit legal liability for people responsible for wildfires....
  • U.S. attorney lobbies against limits on wildfire liability

     
    Benjamin Wagner, the U.S. attorney in Sacramento, has launched an unusual and intense lobbying effort to stop Gov. Jerry Brown's proposal to limit legal liability for wildfires....
  • Hollywood group sues L.A. over demolition of 1924 building

     
    A Hollywood-based neighborhood group has sued the city of Los Angeles, saying the Department of Building and Safety allowed a developer to illegally demolish a building on Sunset Boulevard whose fa├žade was supposed to be incorporated into a new Sunset...
  • Insomniac CEO and ex-Coliseum official expected to post bail

     
    Insomniac Inc. chief executive Pasquale Rotella and former Los Angeles Coliseum events manager Todd DeStefano are in the process of posting bail and could be released from jail as early as Friday evening....
  • L.A. County sued over development along Santa Clara River

     
    A coalition of environmental groups has filed suit against Los Angeles County, claiming the County’s decision to allow the development of a massive residential project along the Santa Clara River would harm the waterway, destroy wildlife habitat and...
  • 'Birthers' sue California over Obama, Romney ballot

     
    A group of minor party candidates and conspiracy theorists have sued California Secretary of State Debra Bowen to demand that she verify the eligibility of all presidential candidates seeking to be on the November ballot....
  • AFTRA Retirement Fund reaches settlement with JPMorgan Chase

     
    JPMorgan Chase & Co. has agreed to pay $150 million to settle a lawsuit filed by the American Federation of Television & Radio Artists Retirement Fund and other investors over losses incurred in the midst of the global financial crisis....
  • Insomniac's Electric Daisy Carnivals to continue as planned

     
    Insomniac Inc., one of the top electronic rave producers in the nation, said its massive Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas -- and other planned music events -- will not be impacted by the indictment of its chief executive Pasquale Rotella....
  • Activision pays $42 million to Call of Duty plaintiffs

     
    Days before it is expected to go to trial for a $1-billion lawsuit on its Call of Duty franchise, Activision Blizzard Inc. cut a $42-million check to several dozen game developers who are suing the company....
  • Ex-Commerce official to serve home detention

     
    A former Commerce councilman was sentenced by a federal judge to eight months of home detention and five years probation for trying to hide campaign contributions....