A policy shift at the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department has provoked responses among people on many sides of the immigration issue.
The shooting rampage left a daughter, his mother and her two brothers dead. The suspect was wounded by deputies and died hours later at a hospital.
Four others were wounded in the incident. Authorities say the suspect, now detained, shot and wounded his two daughters.
The Supreme Court will hear an appeal of the lower court ruling declaring Proposition 8 unconstitutional.
The U.S. Supreme Court has decided to take up California's voter-approved ban against same-sex marriage. A decision is expected next Spring.
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The Public Policy Institute of California survey found the governor's approval rating rose after his tax initiative was approved by voters in November.
LA County Sheriff Lee Baca says he is changing his approach a day after the state Attorney General said local agencies have discretion over how to apply the federal policy.
Kamala Harris says local law enforcement agencies have a choice as to whether to place immigration holds on individuals at the request of federal agents.
US District Court Judge William Shubb ruled that the First Amendment rights of psychiatrists eclipsed concerns of danger to young people. Another judge has issued a conflicting ruling.
The smuggler's panga, a V-hulled open boat, sped towards the Coast Guard vessel and made contact before fleeing. Another crew member was injured.
The U.S. Supreme Court is expected to determine whether a state constitutional amendment that limits marriage to heterosexual couples violates the U.S. Constitution.
Cook County, Illinois, may offer some lessons for the state of California when it comes to immigration enforcement.
California officials voted Thursday to adopt the jackpot lottery Powerball, joining 42 other states and the District of Columbia. Ticket sales will begin in April.
The California Public Utilities Commission approves a 5.04 percent SoCal Edison rate hike to pay for upgrades in infrastructure and emergency response.
A state lawmaker plans to introduce a new version of a bill that would bar police from turning over undocumented immigrants for deportation, except in serious criminal cases.