The San Diego Union-Tribune
Little savings in pension revocations
After Rommel Asuncion was convicted of stealing more than $360,000 worth of ink cartridges from his former employer - the County of San Diego - he became the first former public worker locally to be targeted for reduced retirement benefits under the Public Employees Pension Reform Act of 2013.
Los Altos Woman Earns National Certification as Court Reporter
The National Court Reporters Association , the country's leading organization representing stenographic court reporters and captioners, has announced that Terri A. Hourigan has earned the nationally recognized Certified Realtime Reporter certification, reflecting her timely knowledge of cutting-edge realtime technology, and proficiency and accuracy ... (more)
Cudahy Man Wanted In East LA Hit-And-Run That Injured 2 At Bus Stop
Authorities are looking for a Cudahy man wanted in connection with a hit-and-run crash that seriously injured two people at a bus stop in East Los Angeles.
Sacramento Bee Newspaper
Man sentenced for killing girlfriend, dumping body
A man who shot his girlfriend and shoved her body from a car has been sentenced to 47 years to life in state prison.
Irwindale City Council approves improvement plan to maintain insurance coverage
Irwindale City Councilmen Mark Breceda, second from left, and Abe De Dios, fourth from right, with their lawyers at Clara Shortridge Flotz Criminal Justice Center for an arraignment on charges of conflict of interest, misappropriation of public funds and embezzlement.