Know Your Enemy: Cal Prepares For Stiffest Test Yet In UtahThe Pac-12's final two unbeaten teams square off in Salt Lake City this weekend as California travels to take on Utah. Can Cal come up with enough firepower to get by the toughest challenge yet?
Measure To Repeal California Vaccine Bill Falls Short Of Required SignaturesFigures submitted by county clerks to the secretary of state show opponents of the law failed to gather enough signatures to ask voters to repeal it.
Ash From California Wildfires Could Lead To Costly Furnace RepairsHeating and air experts say $10 for a filter ahead of furnace maintenance can save thousands of dollars down the line.
Woman Stung Up To 100 Times On Golf Course After Lawnmower Disturbs HiveCounty fire Capt. Paul Holaday says one woman was stung 15 times and the other up to 100 times after a groundskeeper using a lawnmower disturbed a hive in an irrigation box.
Stiff Requirements Come Before Californians Can End Lives Under New Law Two doctors must determine that a patient has six months or less to live, two witnesses—including someone who isn’t a family member—have to be present, and patients must have the mental capacity to make medical decision.
Governor Brown Signs Bill Closing Ivory Sale LoopholeGov. Jerry Brown has signed a bill to close a loophole in the state's ban on importing, buying or selling elephant ivory or rhinoceros horns.
Plastic Bag Makers File Second Ballot Measure Over Statewide BanPlastic bag manufacturers have filed a second ballot measure in California's fight over a statewide plastic bag ban.
Know Your Enemy: Cal Prepared For More Offensive Fireworks Against Washington StateGet ready for a long game as Cal and Washington State once again make for a busy day for the official scorer. Washington State rolled up 812 yards of offense against Cal last season, including 734 passing yards. The Golden Bears seem to be playing better defensively this season, but Washington State still looks equipped to do some damage in the box score.
California Hunter Recovering After Days-Long Crawl For Help With Broken LegThe 50-year-old was miles from the trail, didn't have cell service and briefly contemplated killing himself. But he changed his mind after writing goodbye letters to his family.
Growing Number Believe California's Drought Is A Government ConspiracyThe movement’s leader, Dane Wigington, says he’s putting his life on the line to reveal a truth that will shake society to its core.
Valley Fire, Butte Fire Destroy More Than 1,000 Homes Across CaliforniaThe fire, which killed at least two people, was 65 percent contained but still threatening another 6,400 structures.
Keep It Down: Inmates Ask California Prison Guards To Walk Quieter At NightThe inmates say new welfare checks at Pelican Bay State Prison's notorious security housing unit are keeping them up nights because noise caused by guards rouses them every half-hour around the clock.