Debate Erupts Over Gender Definition From Trump Administration MemoA debate has erupted over transgender rights after a memo was released from the Trump administration, proposing to determine gender based on sex organs at birth.
Trump Threats To Cut California Firefighting Funds Draw Confusion, BrushbackThe president insisted the state has spent too much on fighting wildfires as the state faces longer and more intense fire seasons.
PG&E: All Power Restored After Planned Outages Over Wildfire RiskCustomers have complained about oxygen tanks shutting down, generators selling out, and food spoiling. PG&E says it doesn't plan to reimburse customers for their losses.
Man Accused Of Using Child To Shoplift From StoresDetectives say he’s taken things like household goods and food. But they’re not concerned about the stolen stuff.
$49 Flights Available During Southwest’s 72-Hour Sale Looking for a cheap flight? Southwest Airline’s semi-annual 72-hour sale is on now and they’re offering one-way flights starting at $49 on the carrier’s shortest routes.
California Shifts Approach To Juvenile Justice With New LawsNew legislation ends the practice of trying kids 15 and under in adult court, even for murder charges. Another new law sets a minimum age for prosecution.
Vigil Held To Honor Life Of 3-Year-Old-Girl Shot In South SacramentoThe community gathered with the family Azalya Anderson on Saturday to honor the life of the 3-year-old girl who was struck and killed by a stray drive-by bullet earlier this month.
67 Animal Rights Activists Arrested Trying To Remove Chickens From Petaluma FarmSeveral animal rights activists were arrested Sunday Afternoon after they took over a Sonoma County poultry facility that they claim houses thousands of birds in inhumane conditions. The Sonoma County Sheriff's Office says 67 people were arrested.
Supreme Court Ruling Has Independent Contractors Looking For AnswersMany worry the ruling in Dynamex Operations West v Superior Court of Los Angeles will debilitate millions of workers, while others say it's a decision that was long overdue.
Big Chunk Of California Pot Products Fail Potency, Purity Tests Nearly 20 percent of marijuana products in California have failed tests for potency and purity since the state started requiring the checks on July 1, a failure rate some in the industry say has more to do with unrealistic standards and technical glitches than protecting consumer safety.
8 People Accused Of Bringing Out-Of-State Material Into California For RecyclingAuthorities say they intercepted thousands of pounds of empty beverage containers being smuggled into California to defraud the state's recycling program.
INTERVIEW: Gov. Jerry Brown's Days In Politics Far From OverCalifornia Gov. Jerry Brown tells CBS13 News in one of his final interviews before leaving office that he might not be done with politics.