In Los Angeles, you might see homes selling for $100,000 over list, but in Northern California cars are paying a steep price of their own.
After months of wrangling—counties and lawmakers are poised to shake on a deal on how much counties will relinquish to pay for the expansion of Medi-Cal.
Democratic legislative leaders and the Governor are poised to shake hands on a budget deal.
Deported parents have an especially difficult challenge when their U.S. Citizen children become wards of the state. Jill Replogle from the Fronteras Desk introduces us to one couple on a long quest to have their children reunited with them in Tijuana.
Farms and cities near the California delta could receive saltier water under a plan Gov. Jerry Brown has proposed to supply water to the Central Valley and SoCal.
The Supreme Court's decision on same-sex marriage will have profound implications for unions between American citizens and their foreign-born spouses.
Engineers say the new span of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge would be able to handle a large earthquake much better than its aging counterpart which was damaged by the Loma Prieta temblor in 1989.
The subpoena to State Sen. Kevin De Leon came Thursday - a few days after FBI agents searched Sen. Ron Calderon's Sacramento office.
A memorial honoring 89 Marines and Navy medical corspmen killed in Afghanistan has been unveiled in Southern California.
Reaction to Edison's plan to permanently shut down the San Onofre nuclear power plant ranged from elation to concern about job losses and storage of spent fuel.
Southern California Edison will shut down the troubled San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station, which will cost hundreds of jobs and result in spent nuclear fuel that would be stored "for a very long time."
San Diego Senator Ben Hueso's SB 397 aims to offer voluntary enhanced driver's licenses to speed up border crossing between California and Mexico.
A California panel rejected the 63-year-old Van Houten's bid for release from state prison Wednesday at her 20th parole hearing.
The FBI searched the office of California state Sen. Ron Calderon on Tuesday but would not disclose the reason for the investigation.