The head of the San Diego chapter of a national motorcycle club was shot and killed on Friday.
California’s deficit has increased $7 billion since the start of the year. The new projected total deficit for the state is $16 billion.
The animal was seen and photographed on a hillside from a distance of about 100 yards in Modoc County in northern California.
The practice of patching the state budget deficit with less-than-realistic projections of revenue has become a bad habit in Sacramento.
L.A. County MTA is offering free rides on Metro buses and trains to cyclists who bring their bike and/or bike helmet with them on Thursday, May 17.
Sutter Gold Mining Co. is set to launch the Lincoln Mining Project this weekend, the first commercial mine in the area for 50 years.
A team of researchers has determined that the amount of plastic floating in the ocean has increased at least one hundred fold over the past 40 years.
Riverside County is looking into ways to tighten restrictions on the rising problem of "party houses" – homes rented out for huge parties.
Since the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001, the U.S.-Mexico border has been the epicenter of the federal government’s beef-up of security and immigration enforcement. The Border Patrol now says it’s time to shift its approach.
California officials want a federal judge to end oversight of prison medical care in 30 days.
Under the heading of the last development proposal for Pebble Beach, the plans include a new hotel and protects 635 acres of Monterey pine trees.
The California EPA has been allowed to rewrite the curriculum, which no longer includes a section entitled “The Advantages of Plastic Shopping Bags."
Chargers chaplain Shawn Mitchell said Sunday that the family, which is of Samoan descent, is consulting with a group of elders on a number of matters.
Andrew Luck and Robert Griffin III are the top two picks in this year's NFL draft. Former Denver Broncos tight end Nate Jackson knows a thing or two about life in the limelight. He wrote an open letter to Luck and Griffin.
As a result of the pesticide’s usage, 24 million pounds of peaches worth more than an estimated $1.1 million were recalled in 2010.
The standout USC and Chargers player was found dead Wednesday at his Oceanside home.