California’s Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation says the smaller population means they can cancel a $4 billion construction program.
In an effort to help students navigate the system, the California Student Aid Commission is starting an aggressive outreach effort to high school counselors, parents, and college admissions officers.
The party wants to advance a homeowner "bill of rights" by taking it to floor vote in both houses of Congress.
CVS Pharmacy Inc. will have to pay almost $14 million to settle a lawsuit claiming the chain improperly handled hazardous materials across 44 California counties.
It's California's eighth month of continued job growth. In February, the state added 4,000 jobs.
With the recycling of e-waste a paramount concern, McDonald’s, Caltrans and CEAR connected with Keep California Beautiful in a mass collection effort.
Santa Monica won over Riverside and Jersey City, NJ, in the midsize community category of the 2012 Siemens Sustainable Community Awards.
Now that a new arena deal for the Sacramento Kings has fallen apart, Anaheim is again looking to lure the NBA team south.
The magnitude of the simulations will range from 6.7 to 8.8, “near worst case scenarios” for what could potentially happen if a quake hit the San Andreas Fault.
21-year-old Charles Michael Bourdon is in custody for attempted murder and assault with a deadly weapon. He is being held on $1 million bail.
The program was rolled out Monday in all of its 1,600 convenience stores around California to make it harder for children from buying tobacco and alcohol.
A private company plans to invest between $16 and $33 million in 33 prisons to block text messages, calls, and web use to illegal phones.
A task force that investigated the incident says campus police weren’t authorized to use that pepper spray on campus, nor had they been trained on how to use it, but they used it anyway.
California’s High-Speed Rail Authority has approved a revised business plan to bring bullet trains to the Golden State and have promised an Anaheim stop.
According to the annual report released by the Environmental Protection Agency this week, Southern California boasts 930 Energy Star certified buildings.