McGeorge School of Law
Screaming, yelling, temper tantrums and breaking curfew. They’re all things most parents deal with at some point with their child. But would you ever define your child as out of control?
St. Louis County prosecutor Robert McCullough announced the grand jury’s decision not to indict officer Darren Wilson in the shooting death of Michael Brown, but how the secret, 12-member panel made up their minds remains a mystery.
How does an air quality survey turn into you entering a contest, then winning something, then spending $3,300 plus on a vacuum cleaner?
Less than 24-hours after same-sex weddings were back underway in California, Proposition 8 proponents filed an emergency motion Saturday to once again stop the ceremonies.
James Mings’ attorney says Mings choked Seery until he passed out. But he says it was another man in the home, Tom McDermott, who later shoved a shock down Seery’s throat, ultimately causing his death.
Three years after a woman drowned her 3-year-old girl, she is walking free.
For one woman who just wants to be called Angelina, being one of the 30 million uninsured is literally painful.
Justice Anthony Kennedy is the longest serving member of the faculty at McGeorge School of Law, and CBS13 spoke to one of his colleagues who knew Justice Kennedy way back when they were just a year apart at McClatchy High School.