Federal prosecutors have dropped a civil forfeiture lawsuit against an Anaheim landlord who rented space to medical marijuana dispensaries.
Some of the immigration-related bills Gov. Jerry Brown recently signed into law would have been politically unthinkable just a few years ago.
Sergio Garcia passed the California bar exam four years ago. The bar granted Garcia a law license but then rescinded it because he was undocumented.
Jerry Brown said that serving on a jury, like voting,is a distinct responsibility of citizenship.
For the first time in its 89-year history, the State Bar of California will swear in its first Latino president this Saturday in San Jose, LA County's public defender Luis Rodriguez.
Ten years ago, Arnold Schwarzenegger unseated then Gov. Gray Davis. But the debate over Schwarzenegger’s legacy – and the recall itself – persists to this day.
“While Washington waffles on immigration, California’s forging ahead,” Gov. Jerry Brown said in a statement. “I’m not waiting.”
Cancellation of the public meetings is related to the ongoing shutdown of the federal government in a congressional standoff over Obamacare.
North Hollywood Army reservist George Zepeda is managing to stay calm, despite missing a weekend training drill and losing a paycheck to the federal shutdown.
The government shutdown closed the Golden State's nine national parks, including Yosemite, Sequoia and Joshua Tree. But there are state park alternatives.
Twitter has filed to go public, and it will sell shares under the name TWTR. The IPO will initially seek to raise up to $1 billion. Here's what else the IPO tells us.
The latest local casualty of the federal government's shutdown: the Marine Corps' popular (and free) two-day air show.
Officials now say the Covered California site received 645,000 hits on Tuesday, well below the 5 million initially reported.
Governor Brown signs a landmark bill allowing unauthorized immigrants to apply for California driver's licenses. But there's still much to be decided before the law takes effect.
Gov. Jerry Brown has signed a bill outlawing so-called "revenge porn" in California. It's aimed at people who post nude pictures of their exes online after bitter breakups.