The Southern California Mobile Food Vendors Association is fighting a ban on food trucks.
In other news, Pepsi and Jamba Juice have both gone very green.
Apparently, owner Giuseppe Vitale has been pushing the truthful bounds of his East Coast heritage.
The owner of Lomita's Thyme Contemporary Cafe, a suspect in the death of his wife, tries leaping to his death while pursued by cops.
Owner Jay Oh plans to fight a lawsuit from what appears to be an opportunistic customer.
A Sierra Madre couple tries to build a bar in a man-made cave underneath their house.
If a chain could sue a blogger in this country, there'd be a whole lot of them in jail by now.
Blogger Joann Stougaard is working on a book about her experiences growing up amid food insecurity, while a California University hangs its head in shame over chicken and waffles.
The food truck sends a cease-and-desist letter to the makers of a XXX film, while we called it, Downtown's newest Mexican restaurant drives L.A. Times' critic batty.
An alleged scheme finds egg farmers and a huge egg trade group killing hens to stifle the supply of eggs.
Her accuser's husband has a history of bad relations, making threats, and shady practices with the company.
Bison farmers have trouble meeting the demand, two identical stories hit on the exotic tea.
IHOP drops case against the other IHOP--the International House of Prayer.
Dannon Settles Exaggerated Claims Dispute for $21 Million; Former Google Chefs Launch Catering Business
The yogurt giant makes claims it can't back up, while the software giant apparently had some great free lunches.
Galeos, makers of a miso caesar dressing, are accused of masking the calorie content, while a bankrupt restaurant fails to protect its employees as well as it does its French onion soup.
Duff Goldman announces an L.A. location of Charm City Cakes, while the red-haired celebrity chef sues the labor rights group that won't stop calling him.
The latest potential trend in teenage drinking emerges, while food safety is discussed in the government.
Gavin Newsom might repeal a happy meal ban in NorCal, while lobbyists fight a fast food moratorium in SoCal.