| September 26, 2015
Deborah Pauly, who is also a candidate for state assembly, was arrested after crashing her Porsche into a parked pickup truck. She also acknowledged making comments about the 9/11 terrorist attacks that the arresting officer might have construed as anti-Muslim.
| April 23, 2015
A request by a San Diego assemblywoman for an investigation into the multiple audits done on Irvine’s Great Park did not make it though a legislative audit committee.
| January 28, 2014
The closely-watched legislation regarding bonfire rings on beaches now heads to the state Senate.
| December 2, 2013
A former investor in a controversial development has alleged corruption at City Hall and submitted records that he says prove it.
| June 3, 2013
Signal Hill Petroleum has been quietly obtaining permits to test for oil deposits in the central county, also the location of a huge drinking water aquifer.
| January 3, 2013
The work of a reporter, an assemblyman and some sneaky officials led to the passage of the Ralph M. Brown Act 60 years ago.
| July 25, 2011
Its congressional delegation will increase from six to seven as
of the latest lines drawn by the California Citizens Redistricting
| February 7, 2011
Opinions on Brown proposal to limit doctor visits and
prescriptions aired at Assembly budget hearing.
| October 21, 2010
District Attorney Tony Rackauckas and his former protege, Todd
Spitzer, lash out at each other in dueling news conferences in what
could be the beginning of a drawn-out political battle.
| September 28, 2010
Police responded to what Norby and his wife termed a non-violent
argument. But police report summary indicates Norby pushed his