California Wildfire Victims Get Extension To File For FEMA AidA critical deadline for Californians affected by wildfire has been extended.
San Diego Republican Assemblyman Brian Maienschein Switches Parties From GOP To DemocratThe Assembly now consists of 61 Democrats and 19 Republicans.
California May Require Designated Lactation Rooms In All WorkplacesNew and renovated work buildings will need to include designated lactation rooms for all breastfeeding moms in California if a new bill becomes law.
Atmospheric River Destroys Yolo County CropsThe atmospheric river that pounded the region left behind a river of its own.
Power Knocked Out At Sacramento Fire Dispatch Center, Law Enforcement Taking CallsThe Sacramento Regional Fire/EMS Communications Center, the agency responsible for dispatching all fire crews and ambulances in Sacramento County was dispatching in the dark on Sunday night.
Southern California Highway Closed By Mudslides, More Rain ComingA powerful winter storm unleashed mudslides in Southern California wildfire burn areas and trapped motorists on a major highway, and the northern part of the state braced for more wet weather Sunday.
Disneyland Raising Prices, Cheapest Daily Ticket Over $100Disneyland Resort is raising prices ahead of the scheduled opening of a Star Wars-themed expansion, with the cheapest daily ticket costing more than $100.
Mudslide Traps Cars In Southern CaliforniaThe Pacific Coast highway is now closed from Las Posas Rd in Ventura County to Encinal Canyon Rd in Malibu
Sacramento Mayor Pushes Programs For Youth Involved In Arden Mall MeleesTwo brawls in three days sent workers and shoppers running, including a toddler, who broke his leg while trying to get away.
Toddler Injured At Arden Fair Mall While Trying To Escape Brawl ChaosWith fights breaking out involving hundreds of teens, Arden Mall shoppers went running for the exits Saturday night. And it was during the chaos that Keyona Tiller says her 2-year-old son, T’Kai, suffered a broken leg.
New California State Laws Will Face Off Against Trump AdministrationCalifornia Gov. Jerry Brown is leaving office Jan. 7 after signing more than 1,000 laws in his last year, further positioning the state as a bastion of liberal activism and goad to President Donald Trump.
PG&E Could Face Murder Charges In Recent California WildfiresThe opinion was submitted to a judge overseeing a criminal case involving a PG&E natural gas pipeline explosion that killed eight people in the San Francisco suburb of San Bruno in 2010.
Stanislaus Sheriff Investigating Deputy-Involved Shooting In SalidaStanislaus County Sheriff's Deputies are investigating a deputy-involved shooting in Salida. The incident happened shortly after 2:30 PM Sunday afternoon on Stonehart Lane.
Gains And Growing Pains Mark California's 1st Year Of Legal PotAt year's end, California's effort to transform its longstanding illegal and medicinal marijuana markets into a unified, multibillion-dollar industry remains a work in progress. It's a mix of success stories, struggles and crashes.
Another Large Brawl At Arden Fair Mall Forces Early Closure