Hot's Kitchen may have found a loophole: Buy the restaurant's "THE" Burger and receive a free side of the banned dish during your meal.
The U.S. Supreme Court will discuss California's Proposition 8 behind closed doors on Friday and may decide to review the controversial case.
Major General Anthony L. Jackson has just been sworn in as director of California’s department of Parks and Recreation. How does he plan to rehabilitate the beleaguered department?
His shows told the stories of thousands of Californians and helped millions more learn about California's history. He's reportedly retiring, but he's left his mark on the state.
Muslims consider alcohol sinful, or haraam. Despite this belief, some contend with alcohol abuse. And there’s a lack of culturally sensitive programs to address it.
This Thanksgiving, will you be eating a turkey or eating with it? Farm Sanctuary suggests the latter, but says making the large bird a pet takes effort.
The court found the county has not properly dispensed property tax revenues since 2006. The ruling could affect other counties that use the same formula.
Since 2006, the Marines and UCLA have worked together to reestablish the desert tortoise population, which faces threats from both wildlife and development.
Thieves hacked four, treasured carvings straight off of the rock face, something archaeologist Greg Haverstock deemed: "The worst act of vandalism ever seen."
The election gave political observers, pollsters, and activists plenty to talk about. A recent conference at Cal State, LA offered lessons about minority voters.
A world helium shortage and lack of consistent sponsorship has taken the lift out of California-based Airship Ventures. The Eureka Zeppelin has been grounded.
A judge denied a request Friday from Central Valley farmers who sought to halt work on California's ambitious high-speed rail project.
Workers stage a two-day strike at a Riverside area warehouse that ships products for Wal-Mart. Deputies arrest six protestors trying to block delivery trucks.
Gov. Brown recently vetoed legislation brought forth by the Goodwill Charity that would have regulated clothing donation bins.
How will the new chancellor go about rehabilitating California’s community colleges? Will there be enough classes, funds and opportunities to go around?
California's majority party now dominates state politics, with the ability to raise taxes unilaterally. The party already had a two-thirds majority in the Senate.