The University of California must disclose the names of a dozen officers in the controversial pepper spraying of UC Davis students peacefully protesting the increase
Alaska and the local fishing industry lost their challenge of federal limits on commercial fishing as a means of protecting the state’s endangered Steller sea
Tina Baughman fought it out in two courts, but she still can’t use a Segway to get around Disneyland. California’s Fourth District Court of Appeal
A federal appeals court expanded the ability of private citizens to sue for violation of permits to discharge pollution into state or federal waterways. California
In a significant victory for journalists and public records access, a state appeals court has ruled a small-town California newspaper does not have to pay
U.S. District Judge Thelton Henderson will receive the American Bar Association’s Thurgood Marshall award in recognition of his contribution to the advancement of civil rights.