February 11, 2020
An ongoing legal battle is back in court next week over whether to lift a veil of secrecy around records showing what officials knew – and when – about a sheriff’s deputy found to have falsely stated in 74 different reports that he had booked evidence.
Westminster officials could soon end their relationship with a local shelter for animal control services, possibly affecting thousands of shelter animals and strays in the city over the next couple of years.
Disneyland raised the prices of some of its tickets and annual passports while introducing an expanded tiered pricing system on Tuesday. Previously, single-day tickets ranged in price from $104 to $149 and were grouped in three tiers: value, regular and peak. That system was first introduced in 2016 as Disney grappled with how to deal with ever-expanding crowds.
In their college admissions scandal case against actress Lori Loughlin and her husband Mossimo Giannulli, federal prosecutors Monday released a copy of a phony resume for the couple’s daughter, Olivia Jade, which purports to list her fake achievements in sports.
Growers recall the days when hundreds of foreign workers lined up to labor in the fields or box the produce at his facility in Florida City. The machines roared for more than 12 hours a day. Now, they run for only four.
One bad game against the Houston Astros in 2017 cost relief pitcher Mike Bolsinger his career. Bolsinger, who pitched for the Toronto Blue Jays, is now suing the Astros claiming their sign-stealing scheme is the reason his career was cut short after an August 2017 game.
With voting underway across the state, Democrats looked to New Hampshire on Tuesday to reset the party’s presidential nomination fight and bring clarity to a young primary season that has been marred by dysfunction and doubt.
Publication Date: February 11, 2020