Efforts by state judicial leaders to develop a $1.7 billion new computer system are at "high risk" because of an aggressive schedule and a tight budget, an outside auditor has concluded.
Los Angeles County Superior Court has announced a new effort to support court employees during the economic crisis. The Contributions for Access and Retention of Employees program will partly repay court employees affected by the closures.
A search for salary data at the Administrative Office of the Courts finally yields a response. The real issue is transparency, not pay.
Union bargaining team members reached a tentative agreement Monday afternoon that helps ensure Superior Court services are provided to Riverside County's more than 2 million...