Dateline, 1914: A Los Angeles Times headline exclaimed "Wagonload of Dreams Seized!" and referred to the drug as "Indian Hemp."
"Dear Taylor, wazzup? How's life? Eat any pie lately? Caught any pie thieves?" Funny, but not history.
A JetBlue airliner experienced engine problems and returned to the Long Beach Airport after a short flight that ended with passengers evacuating on emergency slides.
The heat wave that baked Southern California in triple-digit temperatures for days has finally broken. Temperatures early Thursday are markedly lower than 24 hours earlier, and the trend will continue.
A propane truck driver is fighting for his life after a sudden blast burned him from head to toe. The man is currently hospitalized in critical condition
Under statewide regulations taking effect Tuesday, drivers must give bikes a buffer zone of at least 3 feet while passing.
Authorities say the tiny town of Weed near the base of Mount Shasta is under siege from a 300-acre blaze that erupted around 1:30 p.m. Monday.
With triple-digit heat across Southern California, many residents were without power, and one utility company was offering customers cash to save energy during peak hours.
When completed in 2017, officials say the 15-acre village will contain on-campus housing for 2,700 students and numerous other amenities.
Two wildfires have forced hundreds of people to evacuate in Northern California. One of the fires is burning in a foothill community south of Yosemite National Park.
Fire officials said sun reflecting off metal sheeting that a local resident put around a home garden to keep out rodents started the wildfire that has burned about 1,000 acres.
A list released by Livability.com showed that California has 22 out of the top 100 best cities to live in America, while Palo Alto, Berkeley and Santa Clara ranked as the top 10.
Some of the other four cities that won grants are going the more traditional route. Houston, for example, plans on building a better trash-collection system.
It's been a scorching hot weekend for Southern California, and it's not going to get a whole lot better in the next couple days, according to the National Weather Service.
A California produce company is issuing a recall of some lots of tomatoes and salad kits that include them because they may be contaminated with salmonella.
The Silverado Fire continues to burn Saturday, having burned 1,600 acres so far with 10 percent containment, the Orange County Fire Authority's Mike Petro says.