A new law went into effect January 1 giving troubled homeowners some protection when facing foreclosure. It is supposed to make it easier for people to modify mortgages.
Conducting and presenting oral histories reveals to UC Irvine students some ways that Vietnamese culture adapted when it arrived in America.
Two new California laws allow some undocumented immigrants to get a driver’s license and to apply for financial aid at public universities.
A plunge over the 'fiscal cliff' could hurt California's effort to harness billions in Prop. 30 tax revenue to protect school funding and balance the state budget.
FAA spokesman Ian Gregor says the four-seat Lancair IV-P had departed from San Diego's Montgomery Field en route to Deer Valley Airport in Phoenix
Conversion these days at the state's Spanish missions isn't only about religion; it's also about seismic retrofitting.
Federal regulators are asking for more information as they try to determine if the damaged San Onofre nuclear power plant should be restarted.
Current laws prevented Grandma from selling trichinosis treats and prevented people from making and selling a long list of homemade food: dried fruit, nuts, and mole paste to name a few.
In the year about to end and the year ahead, the battle between Silicon Valley and Hollywood for entertainment supremacy is a constant.
A giant thermometer built to attract motorists headed to and from Las Vegas has become an eyesore and residents in Baker, Calif., are divided about whether to take the landmark down.
California's state controller's office says a $371 million overhaul of the government payroll system is heading for collapse.
A federal appeals court has put the brakes on a first-of-its-kind California law that bans therapy that aims to turn gay minors straight.
Hundreds of people in San Diego County have turned in their firearms to authorities as part of the annual Guns for Gift Cards program.
Wayne LaPierre imagined aloud about "the shocking headlines you'll print tomorrow " seemingly unaware of what was being typed and transmitted at that very moment.
Advocates say California health officials put seriously ill people at risk in a rush to shift seniors and disabled patients into managed care. The state says it's working to provide efficient health care.
Expanding California's Medi-Cal program to meet new federal guidelines could add up to $4 billion a year in costs, potentially putting the budget "right out of whack," Gov. Jerry Brown said.