Governor Brown signed a bill (AB 2464) Friday to deter violence at sports stadiums and arenas.
A federal judge in Los Angeles agreed to hear a class-action lawsuit on behalf of mentally-disabled immigrants in detention who lack legal representation.
A panel of federal judges says it won't ease up its order for California to cut its prison population, but may give state officials more time to comply.
Jarrod Wyatt will serve 50 years to life for the grisly murder of a 21-year-old.
Judge rules state officials “have not always cooperated with and sometimes actively sought to block” improvement to care at its 33 prisons and sets out a plan for gradual transition.
AB 2189 is on its way to Gov. Jerry Brown for approval. It proposes granting driver's licenses to young immigrants who qualify for temporary legal status under a new federal policy.
On Tuesday Santa Barbara Judge Thomas R. Adams agreed that David Attias, now 30, can be released into an unlocked community facility.
Officials from the CDC are expected to arrive in Yosemite Tuesday to join the investigation into the unprecedented hantavirus outbreak that has killed two park visitors and sickened four others.
Domestic workers in California would gain the same labor law protections as other employees in a bill heading to Gov. Jerry Brown’s desk.
California is adding jobs faster than the U.S. and most other states, but it still has one of the country's highest unemployment rates.
Teenagers pay more in insurance because they are believed to be a greater accident risk. Does a similar pricing structure affect elderly drivers? Should it?
Marijuana dispensary ban has been suspended for now, but how much potential revenue does California really stand to lose if marijuana dispensaries are shut down?
Yosemite National Park officials say this summer's hantavirus deaths are the first-ever recorded in the park. They're unsure what is to blame for the outbreak.
The California state Senate is expected to take up a final vote as early as Tuesday that would allow more than two people to be the legal parents of a child.
State lawmakers have until midnight Friday to enact the pension reforms they’ve promised this year. Democratic leaders have said they'll meet the deadline.
Officials with the U.S. Geological Survey note the earthquake swarm may continue shake the region a few days into the coming week.