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Los Angeles Superior Court

    Palmdale Lawsuit Leaves City Council Votes In Flux

    In court transcripts obtained by KHTS AM-1220, a Los Angeles Superior Court judge clarifies his intent to halt Palmdale’s City Council election.

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    Acton Man Accused Of Murder Due Back In Court

    An Acton man charged in the shooting death of another Acton man will be back in court later this month for his preliminary hearing

    Several Santa Clarita Valley Cases Continued In Court Monday

    Several men, whose charges ranged from murder to weapons possession, had their cases continued at Los Angeles Superior Court in San Fernando

    Acton Man Due Back In Court In June On Murder Charge

    An Acton man whom detectives believe was shot and killed by another Acton man left behind a pregnant wife and two small children, a friend said Wednesday.  

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    Canyon Country Man Charged In Court With Killing Father

    A Canyon Country man is being charged with murder in the fatal shooting of his father after a fight at their Canyon Country home

    Newhall County Water Files Suit Against CLWA; CLWA Defends Rates

    Newhall County Water District officials have filed a lawsuit against the Castaic Lake Water Agency over its proposed rate structure

    Teens Charged In 2011 Halloween Murder Have Case Continued

    Three teenagers who are accused of killing a man who thought to have trying to stop a robbery on Halloween in 2011 will be back in court later this month.

    Robbery And Attempted Murder Cases Scheduled For Monday Postponed

    Four defendants charged with crimes that occurred in the Santa Clarita Valley were scheduled to appear in court Monday.

    Case Continued For Valencia Man Accused Of Illegal Firearms Possesion

    Eric Ting Yee, a Valencia man who gained brief national notoriety after he allegedly threatened local children on an ESPN blog, will be back at Los Angeles Superior Court in San Fernando next month after his case was continued.

    Yee and his father, Roger Manfoo Yee, are being charged with possession of an illegal weapon.

    The concern prompted local school district officials to file a temporary restraining order against Yee. District officials would like to see a permanent status on the order.