Deadly Fresno Attack Leaves Hmong Community In ShockA group of Hmong family and friends gathered Sunday night in a Fresno backyard to do a very American thing -- watch football. Instead, they became victims of another very American thing -- a mass shooting that left four men dead and six others injured.
Foothill Communities Prepare For PG&E Power Outages Amid Cold TemperaturesIt would be the fifth time this year for many people. This time around, keeping warm when the power is off is a big concern.
Police: Home In Fresno Backyard Shooting Was TargetedTwo men with semiautomatic handguns targeted a backyard gathering of family and friends in Fresno, spraying bullets that killed four men and wounded six other people before the assailants disappeared into the darkness, police said Monday.
PG&E Boss Faces Lawmakers As New California Blackouts LoomThe CEO of the nation’s largest utility faced angry California lawmakers Monday over the company’s decision to turn off power for millions of people to prevent its outdated equipment from starting wildfires.
Woman, 21, Accused Of Tampering With Central California Officer's FoodA California woman who lost a police excessive force lawsuit was arrested on suspicion of tampering with an officer's food at a McDonald's restaurant.
4 Dead, 6 Hurt In Football Watch Party Shooting In FresnoA group of family and friends were gathered in a backyard Sunday to watch a football game when a gunman walked up and began shooting, killing four young men and wounding six others, police in Fresno said.
Police: 10 Shot, 4 Dead In Fresno Backyard ShootingAt least 10 people were shot and 4 dead after a Fresno shooting on Sunday night.
Arizona Man Extradited To Nevada In 1979 Killing Of California WomanAn Arizona man was extradited to Nevada on Friday after a cold-case investigation led to his arrest in the 1979 killing of a woman last seen in California.
Gov. Gavin Newsom Sets Dates For Special ElectionsGovernor Gavin Newsom has scheduled special elections to replace Democratic U.S. Rep. Katie Hill and a Republican state senator.
Documents Reveal Sexual Abuse At California Women’s PrisonsWhile the number of dismissals for sexual misconduct are extremely rare among the roughly 26,000 correctional officers who work at California prisons, inmate advocates say sexual abuse by staff is more rampant than the records show because few officers get reported or investigated.
California City Considers Decriminalizing ‘Magic Mushrooms’The Santa Cruz City Council is moving forward with plans to decriminalize the use of psychedelic mushrooms and voted unanimously to advance the proposal to the Public Safety Committee for further review.