Google 'Concerned' About California DMV's Delay On Decision About Self-Driving Car PrototypesHustling to bring cars that drive themselves to a road near you, Google finds itself somewhere that has frustrated many before: Waiting on the Department of Motor Vehicles.
Local Community College Students Safe After Terror Attack in ParisAn official from Los Rios Community College has confirmed their students studying abroad in Europe are safe after the terror attacks.
Anti-US Activist Convicted Of Buying Sawed-Off Shotgun For 'Second American Revolution'One of those associates, Gary Hunt of California, said in an interview that Wolf was targeted because he was a threat to the government.
Masked Suspects Rob Brentwood Bank On HalloweenBrentwood Police say that a group of suspects wearing masks robbed a bank on Halloween morning.
Know Your Enemy: UCLA Will Be Desperate To Win Vs. Cal After Two Straight LossesCal looks to rebound from a road loss at Utah by traveling the road once again to take on UCLA. Will a week off help Jared Goff shake off a rough outing as he prepares to take on the Pac-12's top passing defense?
Weekend Wrap: Utah Shows Weakness, Cal-Stanford For Championship BerthCalifornia controls its own destiny and can still get to the Pac-12 Championship, and they will likely face a Utah team that is showing signs of weakness.
Venomous Snakes Washing Up On Calif. Beaches; El Niño To Blame?Extremely venomous snakes are washing up onto California beaches and some scientists say El Niño may be to blame.
California To Big-League Ballplayers: Stop Chewing Tobacco California lawmakers have taken the first step toward accomplishing something Major League Baseball could never do: Stop players from stuffing those big wads of chewing tobacco into their mouths during games. With Gov. Jerry Brown signing a bill earlier this week banning the use of smokeless tobacco in all California ballparks, a practice dating to the days of Babe Ruth and Ty Cobb now seems headed toward the sport's endangered species list.
Preparing For Mass Shootings Now Part Of Campus Life In CaliforniaCalifornia's public colleges and universities have taken seriously the task of preparing for the threat of mass shootings, although decisions about how to do so are made by individual campuses, administrators and public safety experts said.
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.