Much has changed - and much hasn't - since MLK's historic call for equal rights a half-century ago. An added factor in race relations since has been the most recent great immigration wave. This and more.
Wild horses are destroying native rangelands and in many cases are more nuisance than western icon. Robert Garrott is with Montana State University and he co-wrote a paper outlining the dilemma of managing these wild horse populations.
The Rim Fire is still only about 25 percent contained and has burned almost 293 square miles, making it California's 7th largest wildfire on record. Yesterday it reached the shores of the Hetch Hetchy Reservoir.
A move yesterday by the L.A. County Board of Supervisors will likely help bring it back to southern California. They've approved the expansion of a major high-tech TV and film facility at the Golden Oaks Ranch in Santa Clarita.
Drug sniffing dogs can play a key role in police departments looking to uncover illegal stashes. But for pooches in Colorado and Washington, the job has become a lot trickier, now that marijuana is legal.
The debate over prison overcrowding and solitary confinement is still continuing with neither side looking like they will back down. We’ll try and have a better understanding about the issues with a roundtable discussion about the issue.
Today, the city of San Bernardino learns whether it's eligible for bankruptcy protection. The case has garnered nation-wide attention since it could set a precedent as the first city ever allowed to get out of its pension obligations to city employees.
This morning, a hotshot crew of firefighters will leave their home base in Arizona and head to Boise Idaho. There they'll get their next assignment, which could be fighting fires somewhere in the northern Rockies, or possibly even here in California.
Cars come with a lot of bells and whistles nowadays, but they got nothing on what the global automobile industry at large is working on next: a car that drives itself. Indeed, the race is on for the automakers to build the first self-driving vehicle.
A growing number of lawmakers in Washington are urging President Barack Obama to consult Congress and receive authorization before using military force in Syria. Representative Scott Rigell (R-VA) sent a letter to the White House outlining such arguments, and has at least 65 co-signatories from both sides of the aisle.
Governor Brown proposes raiding state’s emergency fund to keep prisoners behind bars Governor Jerry Brown is still reluctant to release prisoners from CA state prisons to comply with judges’ orders to ease overcrowding. Brown instead is proposing that the state pay to house inmates in other facilities, including private prisons in and out of state and county jails.