Attorney General Becerra Warns Against Price Gouging During Fire EmergencyCalifornia Attorney General Xavier Becerra on Sunday issued a consumer warning against price gouging in the wake of the state's wildfires, including the Kincade fire in Sonoma County.
California AG Becerra Sues U.S. Postal Service Over Cigarettes Smuggled By MailCalifornia and New York City sued the U.S. Postal Service on Tuesday to stop tens of thousands of cigarette packages from being mailed from foreign countries to U.S. residents.
3 Arrested In Statewide Mortgage Fraud Scheme That Targeted Mostly SeniorsThree officers of a mortgage company have been arrested for allegedly operating a mortgage fraud scheme that mostly targeted seniors and resulted in losses of more than $7 million.
3 Charged With Running $7 Million California Mortgage Scam Targeting ElderlyA grand jury in Northern California has indicted three people on charges that they ran a statewide mortgage scam that defrauded often elderly or financially struggling victims of $7 million.
Sutter Health Facing Antitrust Trial Over High Healthcare PricesOpening arguments begin Thursday in the antitrust case against Sutter Health, which operates 24 hospitals with 5,500 doctors across Northern California.
Paul Blanco Car Dealerships Sued By AG Becerra Over Fraud, False AdsState Attorney General Xavier Becerra on Monday sued a used car dealership network, alleging the company engages in fraud and false advertising.
Sutter Health Antitrust Trial Jury Selection Set to Begin MondayThe lawsuit nearing trial alleges Sutter Health gobbled up competing medical providers in California and used its market dominance to set higher prices for insurance plans.
California Among 19 States Suing Trump Administration Over Rollback Of Child Immigrant ProtectionsNineteen states are suing over the Trump administration's effort to alter a federal agreement that limits how long immigrant children can be kept in detention.
Sausalito Marin City District Agrees To Desegregate School In Settlement With StateA school district in wealthy Marin County has agreed to desegregate a flailing school that state officials found was intentionally created for low-income minority children.
AG's Office Charges Bay Area Woman Who Allegedly Posed As Walgreens Pharmacist For 11 YearsState prosecutors on Tuesday announced the filing of criminal charges against a Milpitas woman who allegedly impersonated two different pharmacists and illegally dispensed prescription drugs.
Gun Used In Gilroy Shooting Couldn't Be Sold In California, Becerra SaysAn AK-47 style rifle legally purchased in Nevada and used to attack people at the Gilroy Garlic Festival couldn't ave been purchased legally in California, state Attorney General Xavier Becerra said Monday.
Equifax Reaches $700M Settlement In Data Breach; 15M Californians May Be Eligible For ReliefEquifax will pay up to $700 million to settle with the U.S. and states over a 2017 data breach that exposed Social Security numbers and other private information.
California AG Joins Fight For Intersex Person Seeking US PassportNine state attorneys general asked a federal appeals court on Wednesday to allow an intersex Colorado resident to get a passport listing the person's gender as nonbinary instead of male or female.
Becerra Tries To Block Money From Going To Trump's Border WallCalifornia and 19 other states that are suing President Donald Trump over his emergency declaration to build a border wall have requested a court order to stop money from being diverted to fund the project.
Old California Police Misconduct Records Are Public, Court RulesLaw enforcement agencies in California must release police misconduct records even if the behavior occurred before a new transparency law took effect, a state court of appeals has ruled.