Scores of residents went to hospitals complaining of breathing problems early Tuesday. Smoke and flames could be seen for miles.
Caltrans maintained that Bay Area bridges were safe to drive across, but privately, the agency may not be so confident about the integrity of the bridges, according to a new report from The Sacramento Bee.
A judge has ruled Riverside County can't close medical marijuana dispensaries in unincorporated areas because it doesn't give them any room to operate legally under state law.
A California Department of Finance audit of more than 500 special state government funds has found no major errors or accounting discrepancies.
The federal Homeland Security department has announced the details of deferred action for young undocumented immigrants.
Three major tuna companies will donate canned tuna to California food banks as part of a civil settlement agreement signed this week.
The controversial “Buy Here, Pay Here” used car industry would face strict new regulations under several bills moving through the California legislature.
The federal Justice Department says that undocumented immigrants cannot practice law, responding directly to a case before the California Supreme Court.
A recent study on Dream Act-eligible youth around the country finds that most young undocumented immigrants hail from Mexico — and a third are based in California.
A federal appeals court has reversed a California ruling in favor of debt collectors who send letters to someone's workplace.
No Latinos sit on Anaheim's city council, even though they make up half the city's population — and two police-involved shootings have shoved that issue forward.
The state agency could lose up to 1,500 inmate firefighters by next year as prisoners are transferred to county jails under California's prison realignment plan.
Many students who want to study at private post-secondary colleges to get certified as truck drivers, masseuses or chefs will not be able to get Cal Grants at certain schools.
California is racing to comply with a federal court order to improve health care for inmates by building a massive medical facility at record pace.
California's Gilliam Cemetery appears to have more occupants as of late: old headstones that were claimed by the earth a century ago have been resurrected.