The Los Angeles judge presiding over the Bell, Calif., corruption trial declared a mistrial, saying "all hell has broken loose" with the divided jury.
A jury Wednesday found five of the so-called Bell Six -- former Bell, Calif., City Council members accused of corruption -- guilty on multiple counts.
A Los Angeles judge Tuesday dismissed felony charges against a former Bell, Calif., mayor and a city council member for taking cash loans from Robert Rizzo.
Four former Bell, Calif., officials were ordered Thursday to stand trial for receiving paychecks a judge called illegal.
Council members in Bell, Calif., a city on the brink of insolvency, may not be able to vote on budget cuts because a judge ordered three members to stay away.
The scandal-plagued city of Bell, Calif., is in desperate financial straits aggravated by legal bills, its manager says.
In Bell, Calif., three current and former city council members charged with corruption say they want the city to pay some of their legal bills.
The mayor of Bell, Calif., Monday apologized to residents for the salaries city officials are paid and said he will accept no pay for the remainder of his term.
Germans Philipp Petzschner and Andreas Beck were among Monday's winners in the opening round of the men's Hamburg Open.
Defending champion David Ferrer used a strong service game Wednesday in advancing to the quarterfinals of the Ordina Open in the Netherlands.