The Outdoor Sportsman fishing supply sales team said it sells hundreds of lead weights every week. Avid fishermen say you can’t fish in the Delta or rivers without them.
The Supreme Court will consider reinstating the conviction and death sentence for a California man in a 29-year-old triple murder in San Diego.
California Lottery officials say they have had a winning year with annual ticket sales surpassing $5 billion for the first time in the state lottery’s 30-year history.
A Harvard University junior who left the United States hoping to save his dying mother is now unable to return.
A solemn procession today through Capitol Park honored California firefighters who made the ultimate sacrifice.
President Barack Obama on Saturday wrapped up a week that saw him raise campaign money for Democrats on both coasts.
President Barack Obama is on a three-day fundraising swing through California and what he says at some of his stops will be anybody’s guess.
Ballots are in the mail for vote-by-mail voters, but it’s not too late to register to vote in this year’s election.
State officials on Tuesday reported the largest monthly decline in water use this year as the severity of California’s drought hits home, with community wells running dry, farm fields turning to dust and once massive reservoirs becoming vast mudflats.
Jay McKeeman with the California Independent Oil Market Association estimates prices will move up 12 to 15 cents in January. And after that? “Estimates have been made that it could go as high as 75 cents a gallon,” he said.
Dena Betti knows all too well the dangers of trains. Her beautiful 14-year-old daughter Jenna, an eighth-grader, was struck and killed by a train in March in Martinez. The tragedy unfolded when the teen left her cellphone on the tracks.
The law limits the use of suspensions for young children and expulsions for all students. Supporters say suspensions have gotten out of hand, with about 750,000 a year.