Proposition 30 campaign has plenty of money to convince to raise taxes for California schools. But so far, the effort doesn't have much of a media presence.
Triple-digit heat was the trend around Southern California on a rare day where it was the same temperature in Palm Springs (101 degrees) as it was in Burbank.
Trojan quaterback Matt Barkley has never beaten Stanford and the Bruins would like to confirm that they deserve to be a ranked NCAA football team.
The Vista Republican is so wealthy that even losing $80 million in his overall net worth only affected his ranking by one spot in Roll Call's annual list.
News reports identify the Southern California man behind the Anti-Muslim film that’s sparked protests and violence in the Middle East as a Coptic Christian from Egypt. Many Southland Copts say they don’t know him, but they do regret that Nakoula Bassely Nakoula has presented their faith in a bad light.
Harvard, Princeton, and Yale make up the top three, respectively in the annual ranking. Tied for 10th place is Pasadena's California Institute of Technology.
Immigrants who have experienced domestic violence or sexual assault may have a tougher time applying for visas that allow them to stay in the United States legally.
L.A. Superior Court Judge Larry Fidler denied the DA's request to force the state to execute two longtime Death Row inmates who've exhausted their appeals.
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.