The first SpaceX supply mission under contract with NASA has splashed down off the coast of Baja California.
An estimated 20,000 worshipers came to Angel Stadium Friday to mark Eid al-Adha in one of the largest public gatherings for Muslim prayer in the U.S.
The Santa Ana winds, which blow through in the fall, bring high fire danger because their powerful gusts can whip flames into infernos.
The Winchester Mystery House was at center of a trademark lawsuit regarding a straight-to-DVD horror flick based on the former owner's life.
Proposition 37 would require labels on genetically modified food sold in California. While polls show people evenly split, scientists say the labeling is misleading.
Opening the Stockton hospital will determine how soon a federal judge might end his oversight of the state's medical care for inmates
The story of Monarch: his life, death, and fascinating relationship with William Randolph Hearst.
Critics say the practice allows lawmakers to mislead constituents by changing the official record of how they acted on legislation. Scan the spreadsheet to see how your lawmakers voted.
From the San Gabriel Valley to Singapore, burger fans savor In-N-Out as it marks its 64th anniversary. But is it truly the best?
The tax measures are designed to provide revenue for public education, but some small business owners fear a slowdown in economic recovery
The 44-acre Lookout Fire briefly threatened 100 homes in rugged hillsides north of Santa Barbara. About 40 people were evacuated. The cause is under investigation.
An evacuation order has been lifted for about 100 homes near the site of the wildfire. The cause remains under investigation. Full containment is expected by Friday.
More than nine million Californians and more people in the southeastern United States will participate in what could be considered the largest earthquake drill in the world.
Competing tax hikes on the ballot promise more money for education. Which is better is a topic of hot debate. The mutual upside: schools get more under Props 30 & 38.
Fire officials have downgraded the size of the fire, which has slowed down as it burns up a steep slope. The cause is still unknown.
Some customers say they were enrolled in an automatic refill program without their knowledge. Federal and state regulators are investigating the complaints.