A federal judge dismissed some criminal charges against Pacific Gas & Electric Co. but the utility still must face the most serious allegations of wrongdoing
A Monterey man charged with possession of a firearm for his third felony is eligible for resentencing, California’s Sixth District Court of Appeals ruled last
Ride-sharing service, Uber, will pay nearly $1.8 million to settle claims it wrongfully charged riders toll fees for rides to California airports. The preliminary approval
Faith-based pregnancy centers lost a court bid to withhold information that California provides free or low-cost abortion, family planning and prenatal care for poor women.
Fifteen years after California faced electricity shortages and rolling blackouts caused by market manipulations, the state is still fighting to recover money from some of
A federal appeals court has refused to reconsider its landmark ruling that the NCAA did violate antitrust law but nonetheless does not have to pay