A San Bernardino city councilman and police chief plan to hold a town hall meeting Thursday night to discuss the city’s ongoing budget and bankruptcy crisis.
Riverside a step closer to getting a second federal judge: public defender chief Jesus Bernal
This year’s almond harvest could reap as much as 2.1 billion pounds of the popular nut, which would break last year’s record haul of 2.03 billion pounds.
San Francisco of the near future could be a place where thousands of young high-tech workers pack into 12-by-12-foot boxes in high-rises.
184 rattlesnake bites were reported to the state Poison Control System between April and June of this year, compared to 124 reports at the same time last year.
DiCaprio, who is now an equity investor in the company, will work with Fisker on marketing and promotional activities, as well as his own charitable foundation.
The bill proposes restricting which immigrants local and state cops can hold for federal immigration authorities, but doesn't shield undocumented immigrants.
The Assembly has voted to pass $4.7 billion in bonds to break ground on the nation’s first high-speed rail system.
The "Go Native" campaign is offering free seed packets for plants native to the state in exchange for passing a an online water conservation questionnaire.
A California measure known as TRUST Act has cleared the state Senate 21-13. The bill proposes restricting who local cops can hold for immigration officials.
A huge fireworks show in San Diego didn't go off as planned last night. Minutes before it was scheduled to start, all the fireworks went off at the same time.
The 63-year-old Marin County man was in a sleeping bag near the Yuba River when he was attacked by the wild animal at 1 a.m.
Long associated with urban decay, Oakland has experienced a resurgence in recent years with a revitalized downtown, but its comeback may be threatened by California's state budget tightening.
Law AB 341 will require close to 500,000 establishments to recycle, accounting for about 20 percent of California's 1.3 million businesses.
The Department of Homeland Security has taken to the high skies for its latest high-tech border security program, reports the Fronteras Desk.
A series of newly released emails between California and federal officials adds more fuel to the debate over the arrests of non-criminal immigrants under a controversial enforcement program.