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  • Disney says Muslim woman had options in head scarf dispute

     
    Disney officials say they presented "multiple options" to accommodate the religious beliefs of a Muslim woman who is now suing the entertainment giant, saying she unfairly lost her job at a Disneyland Resort café after refusing to remove her head scarf at...
  • State attorney general sues wounded-veterans charity

     
    California's attorney general on Thursday filed a civil lawsuit against a Riverside County-based charity that raises money allegedly to support programs for military veterans and active-duty personnel, particularly for those hospitalized with war wounds....
  • Venice group threatens lawsuit over camping along boardwalk

     
    A nonprofit group in Venice sent Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa a letter this week demanding that city leaders remove encampments along the Venice Boardwalk, saying the city is treating different parts of the city differently when it comes to...
  • Scientology did not violate forced labor law, appeals court rules

     
    Scientology did not violate a forced labor law by failing to pay for the work of two former members of the church’s Sea Organization, a wing that restricts participants’ outside communications, marriage and children, censors mail and...
  • State gives initial OK to $1.4 million for lawsuit settlements

     
    Lawmakers consider settling lawsuit stemming from murder of Cal National Guard worker...
  • Lancaster sues county housing agency over legal fees

     
    City of Lancaster: Officials in Lancaster said Tuesday that they are suing the Housing Authority of the County of Los Angeles in an effort to recoup almost $400,000 that the city has spent to defend itself in legal battles over a now-defunct program it...
  • Death sentence for killer in 1983 jewelry shop murders voided

     
    The California Supreme Court has thrown out the death sentence of a convicted San Jose killer, finding that prosecutors withheld evidence that the man may have committed the decades-old murders under threats from a Colombian drug cartel. Miguel Angel...
  • 405 Freeway closures this weekend a preview of 'Carmageddon II'

     
    Portions of the 405 Freeway through the Sepulveda Pass will be closed this weekend and next so that workers can prepare the remaining span of the Mulholland Bridge for the final phase of its demolition. The work is in anticipation......
  • Fired Bell official's lawsuit says city owes him $837,000

     
    One of the highest paid officials in Bell, fired at the peak of the corruption investigation that included a search of his house, has sued the city for $837,000, including a payout for 329 unused sick and vacation days. Eric......
  • Police probe threats, fatwa against 'Innocence of Muslims' actors

     
    Los Angeles-area police agencies are monitoring threats made against actors and other associated with the anti-Muslim movie "Innocence of Muslims." Law enforcement sources told The Times that officials are aware of the threats but declined to say what...
  • Mother of soccer team hazing victim: 'I just want justice'

     
    The mother of one of four teenagers allegedly sexually assaulted in a soccer team hazing ritual at La Puene High School said she worried about retaliation and wanted her son "out of this school district."...