The U.S. Bureau of Land Management says it will remove fewer wild horses and burros from the range across the West this summer because of budget constraints and overflowing holding pens.
The former Georgetown University law student who gained national attention for being denied a chance to testify in Congress for health plan contraception coverage – and then was subjected to degrading comments by radio host Rush Limbaugh – is hoping to make public policy of her own.
A blaze that erupted Friday afternoon near Redding in Northern California burned 2,500 acres of foothill brush and oak in an area of widely scattered homes and ranches.
A group of California lawmakers will visit Central America next week to learn about the immigration challenges that are contributing to the U.S. border crisis.
Scientists say a massive school of anchovy migrating off San Diego County is the largest in 30 years.
Police received a call at around 8 a.m. reporting that some people had discovered a woman’s body lying on the sidewalk near Meadowview Road and 24th Street, according to a police statement.
California’s revamped primary system, approved by voters in 2010, allows the top two candidates regardless of political affiliation to advance to the general election. The idea is to fight polarization by making them appeal to a wider pool of voters.
According to a recent UCLA study, nearly 5 million uninsured Californians can get access to prevention-based medical coverage in 2014 through federal health reform, but many of those eligible for Medi-Cal, the state’s public insurance program, haven’t enrolled.
Sentencing has been delayed a second time for a state lawmaker who was suspended after his conviction for perjury and voter fraud.
A majority of Californians are unhappy with the wealth and income gap in the state but are divided over whether the government should do more to intervene or whether to raise the minimum wage, according to a new Field Poll.
California’s marketplace for buying individual health insurance often failed to verify important personal information and resolve discrepancies in applications, a critical process in determining if people are eligible for taxpayer subsidies, a federal watchdog said Tuesday.
Throughout California’s desperately dry Central Valley, those with water to spare are cashing in.