Long Beach is well above average for this time of year.
California’s second-largest card room is paying state and federal regulators nearly $6 million for misleading gambling regulators and failing to do enough to deter money laundering, the state’s attorney general said Thursday.
Airbnb is taking more steps to crack down on parties and nuisance guests in the wake of a Halloween shooting at an Airbnb rental in a San Francisco suburb.
California’s attorney general sued the Neptune Society on Monday, claiming the well-known company pocketed $100 million that it should have kept in reserve for those who signed up for its prepaid cremation service plans.
The higher taxes that will take effect Jan. 1 will make it even worse for a legal industry struggling under the weight of heavy regulation and fees, local bans on pot sales and growing and a booming underground marketplace, business owners say.
The poll from the Public Policy Institute of California found that 85 percent of respondents are concerned about the state’s homeless people.
An orthopedic surgeon who received at least $5 million in kickbacks to perform hundreds of spinal operations at a Long Beach hospital is going to prison.
Two of the victims, including Xy Lee, were well-known entertainers in the Hmong community.
The lawsuit alleges the company targeted young people through advertising and failed to give warnings about vaping products.