Governor Newsom Won't Block Building In High-Fire AreasA desire to live near nature is embedded in California's ethos, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Monday as he explained why he doesn't want to block home building near forested areas at high risk for wildfires.
California Races To Deter Disaster As Towns Face Fire RiskImpoverished towns in the shadow of Mount Shasta. Rustic Gold Rush cities in the Sierra Nevada foothills. High-dollar resort communities on the shores of Lake Tahoe. Ritzy Los Angeles County suburbs.
World's Largest Plane Soars Over CaliforniaThe jet flew 2 ½ hours, achieving a maximum speed of 189 mph (304 kph) and altitudes up to 17,000 feet (5,181 meters), the company said.
Researchers Find Link Between Lower Air Pollution And Less FogA new UC Berkeley study shows the frequency of foggy days is dramatically lower.
NASA Seeks Social Media Users For Behind-The-Scenes TourNASA is looking for 40 social media users who are passionate about aviation and astronomy to tour its Armstrong Flight Research Center.
Lawyer: California Man Sentenced To 10 Years In Prison In IranA U.S. Navy veteran from California has been sentenced to 10 years in prison in Iran, his lawyer said Saturday, becoming the first American known to be imprisoned there since President Donald Trump took office.
Constitutional Amendment Proposed To Change California's Death Penalty Laws A California Assembly Member has introduced a constitutional amendment to end the death penalty in our state.
How Much Does A Death Row Inmate Cost?One of the driving factors to get rid of the death penalty is the high cost of inmates on death row.
Stockton Gets Closer To Adding CSU CampusLieutenant Governor Eleni Kounalakis is visiting Stockton Monday to reportedly learn more about building a potential new California State University campus.
Return Of The Atmospheric RiverAnother atmospheric river is heading our way.
Campaign 2020: CA Primary One Year From TodayCalifornia is exactly one year out from the state's presidential primary.
Is California Out Of The Drought?So the big question on everyone's mind is: is California officially out of the drought? The short answer is yes. 
California GOP Elects New ChairPatterson won support Sunday from a majority of more than 1,200 party delegates to cap off a three-day convention.
Will Californians Eat Roadkill For Dinner?Senate Bill 395 would require the Department of Fish and Wildlife to make free permits available to people who accidentally kill deer, elk, antelope, or wild pigs on California roads.
Utility Regulator Considering Public Takeover Of PG&E Amid Growing ProtestsThe damages added to the utility giant's multi-billion dollar debt, prompting its second bankruptcy filing since 2001, and forcing a critical choice for the state.