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.
Federal immigration enforcement agents are suing their own agency over the policy, but immigration activists vow they’ll work hard to maintain it as is.
In 1946, Congress stripped Filipinos of promised benefits. And now, more than 60 years later, Filipino vets have decided to stop lobbying to get them back.
A bill that would limit cooperation between state and local cops and federal immigration officials has cleared a final Assembly vote and now heads to Gov. Brown.
Graphic video shines a light on dairies who send old and potentially sick cows to slaughter. Dairy cows produce milk, not meat, and can suffer various ailments.
A state ballot initiative would strengthen penalties for those involved in sex trafficking of women and children. In Los Angeles the average age of victims is 13.
He also called the NASA JPL space program, "The moral equivalent of war," because its existence stimulated American advances in science, engineering and productivity in the same way that World War II did in California.
"I apologize to the fans, to my teammates and to the Oakland A's," Colon, 39, said in a statement released by the MLB players' association.
In-N-Out asserts that treating cattle unethically is not what their "hamburger is all about," and promptly breaks away from Central Valley Meat Co.