Firefighters still battling the Detwiler Fire, which swept through the Sierra Nevada foothills, were contending with triple-digit temperatures Sunday.
The Los Angeles Fire Department is hosting a Girls Camp this weekend in hopes of cultivating more interest in firefighting as a career for women.
Traffic was diverted and pavement buckled but no major damage was reported from the main break around 6:30 a.m. Sunday.
Several women dressed in Leia's flowing white gown and iconic twin buns spoke about how much the character inspired them. Said one: "You put on a pair of buns, and you're unstoppable."
In recent years, there has been an influx of games centered on social and political issues from sexism to racism to the refugee crisis. In one of the latest, you rescue animals in a slaughterhouse.
From tiny, dissolving needles to high-powered liquid streams and nasal sprays, scientists are developing alternatives to typical vaccinations.
The sanctions would punish three countries; the bill also aims to prevent President Trump from relaxing sanctions without lawmakers' consent. A House vote is expected on Tuesday.
Gov. Jerry Brown pursues projects that will exist long after he leaves the governor's office but resists the word "legacy" at every opportunity.
GOP efforts to repeal the ACA are still in flux, but most suggested remedies won't fix the problems in remote regions.
His death was confirmed by the Santa Clara Medical Examiner's office in California on Saturday. He was found at a Palo Alto hotel where he was recovering from back surgery.
School police officers at Esperanza Elementary came across a Hispanic male holding a knife around 2:45 a.m. near 7th Street and South Union Avenue.
The school is in the process of firing Dr. Carmen Puliafito, the ex-dean and current faculty member accused of abusing drugs and consorting with criminals.
Revenue from a gas tax hike adopted earlier this year won't start flowing in until the fall, but state officials want to jump-start road repair projects.
Tens of thousands of Haitians living in the U.S. under what is known as Temporary Protected Status or TPS could soon lose their permission to remain in the country, unnerving others like those from Central America who also hold the special status.