California Moves Slowly Toward Resuming ExecutionsCalifornia has long been what one expert calls a "symbolic death penalty state," one of 12 that has capital punishment on the books but has not executed anyone in more than a decade.
Thousands Of Californians Expected To Join March For ScienceLOS ANGELES (AP) — Thousands of people in cities across California are expected to join in the nationwide March for Science.
California Police Seek More Suspects After Violent RalliesBERKELEY, Calif. (AP) — Northern California authorities are seeking suspects involved in violent clashes between supporters and detractors of President Donald Trump over the weekend in downtown Berkeley, officials said.
For Some Californians, Effects Of Punishing Drought Not OverDespite record rain and snow, California's drought emergency has not ended for thousands of people in four rural counties.
California Air Regulators Vote To Keep Tough Fuel StandardsCalifornia air regulators voted Friday to keep the state's tough vehicle emissions standards through 2025.
California Could Free 9,500 Inmates In 4 YearsCorrections officials announced new criminal sentencing rules on Friday that aim to trim California's prison population by 9,500 inmates after four years.
Bond Hearing Scheduled For California Man In White House BreachA California man charged with jumping the White House fence while carrying two cans of Mace is due back in court.
Driver-Optional Cars: Once-Reluctant California Opens A RoadCars with no steering wheel, no pedals and nobody at all inside could be driving themselves on California roads by the end of the year, under proposed state rules that would give a powerful boost to the fast-developing technology.
Push For Healthier Nail Salons In California Finding Success It was the swag-bags that convinced community health organizer Julia Liou to redraw the battle plan in a fight to reduce the hazardous chemical exposures of nail-salon workers, most of them low-paid Asian immigrant women.
California Dams Illustrate Challenge Of Maintaining Older DesignsTwelve years ago, widespread destruction from Hurricane Katrina on the Gulf Coast helped compel federal engineers 2,000 miles away in California to remake a 1950s-era dam by constructing a massive steel-and-concrete gutter that would manage surging waters in times of torrential storms.
Activists Rally At Planned Parenthood Centers In CaliforniaSeveral dozen people have gathered outside of a Planned Parenthood health center in Los Angeles protesting the group's federal funding.
Homeland Security Head Pressed To Define 'Sanctuary City'U.S. Homeland Security Secretary John Kelly told law enforcement officials on a tour of nation's border with Mexico Friday that he couldn't define a sanctuary city, which President Donald Trump has targeted for withdrawal of federal funding for refusing to cooperate with immigration authorities.

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