Vice President Joe Biden, an admitted "train guy," told new "Late Night" host Seth Meyers that Gov. Jerry Brown was "leading the country in having high-speed rail."
Hosts who charge admission to parties may be held legally responsible if a drunken underage guest is hurt or injures someone else, California's high court has ruled.
Former Cedarville Rancheria chairwoman Cherie Lash Rhoades is accused of killing four people, including three relatives.
A referendum to overturn a California law that gives transgender students protections including the right to use the public school restrooms of their choice will not appear on the November ballot.
Barney Nugent, a former athletic trainer for the San Francisco Giants, died in Massachusetts Saturday. He was 61.
A couple hundred people are following the Dalai Lama's tour through Southern California to protest his ban on Buddhists worshiping the 500-year-old deity called Dorje Shugden.
CHP Commissioner Joseph Farrow called officers Brian Law and Juan Gonzalez heroes and asked everybody in attendance to consider the families they left behind.
The Times won its first Pulitzer for local reporting — for its coverage of the 1965 Watts riot — when Thomas was metro editor. He died Sunday of natural causes. He was 89.
With storms starting Wednesday night, the coast could see 1 to 2 inches of rain and the mountains 4 inches before the weekend is over.
Federal transportation officials have extended the deadline that the California High-Speed Rail Authority has to start spending state money on the project.
Road closures and detours for next week's 86th Academy Awards will begin to go into effect in Hollywood Sunday night, and authorities say they'll be strictly enforced.
Opponents of the statue say Glendale illegally infringed on the federal government's exclusive right to conduct foreign affairs.
The project, which will connect Los Angeles to the San Gabriel Valley, is expected to improve the economic environment of L.A. County's east side.
An airport spokeswoman says that the man was driving on a service road on the airfield around 5 a.m. when he either had a medical issue or lost control of his vehicle.
Governor Jerry Brown has outlined nearly $700 million in measures to respond to California's drought. The proposed legislation outlines funds to recapture and re-use storm water, increase conservation, and get relief to the hardest-hit areas, including 17 communities at risk of running out of drinking water in the coming months.
California Governor Jerry Brown joined Take Two to discuss the state's drought situation, what he and President Obama discussed during his visit, and how he plans to address the issue.