Two different arguments at two different parties over cake and music, respectively, led to a total of four people being stabbed Saturday night.
Education officials in California are worried about a method of cheating on standardized tests that could be happening online.
The Department of Pesticide Regulation has assembled a task force that will create an action plan for finding alternatives to strawberry fumigants.
Thanks to an executive ordered issued by Gov. Jerry Brown this week, California state buildings are going to be charged with meeting an updated and stringent green criteria.
Environmental groups claim that the popular Southern California amusement park is guilty of contaminating the adjacent Santa Clara River.
The program would allow Pacific Gas and Electric customers the option of donating towards developing more clean energy solutions.
Autospense, a high-tech vending machine that doles out pot, is the safest, most fiscally-transparent way to issue medical marijuana to patients, say its creators.
A new population projection provides a glimpse into what California will look like in the future, a state that will be less crowded than once predicted, whose population will be older, and whose younger faces will increasingly be those of the U.S.-born children of immigrants.
Can a person’s sexual orientation be changed through therapy?
The bill lays out exactly how the state can invest in clean energy solutions in order to generate jobs, savings and a better state economy.
A ballot measure that would abolish the death penalty in California qualified for the November ballot yesterday.
Every state agency has felt California’s budget crunch, and on Monday, state prison officials announced a plan to largely reduce the budget for California’s crowded prisons.
Two banks are each offering a $5,000 reward for his arrest and conviction, meaning $10,000 could go to someone who helps nab the crook.
California voters will have an opportunity this November to decide whether to get rid of the death penalty and replace it with life without parole.
The ultimate goal is to eliminate the use of paraffin wax, which has traditionally been used to seal produce boxes and cannot be recycled.
California’s Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation says the smaller population means they can cancel a $4 billion construction program.