More Storms To Hit Calif. As Drought RetreatsJust 2.1 percent of the state is now deemed to be in "exceptional drought."
Officials: More Than 40 Percent Of California Out Of DroughtStorms this week brought the Sierra Nevada its heaviest snow in six years and hit parts of Northern California with the most rain in two decades.
Expert: California Drought Far From Over Even With Recent StormsAn expert says it will take a lot of rain and snow to end California's drought.
New Law Requires Children To Stay Rear-Facing In Car Seat Until At Least Age 2Young children facing forward have a greater chance of injuring their spines and even breaking their necks in a crash, according to experts.
California Sues Feds Over Offshore FrackingState Attorney General Kamala Harris and the California Coastal Commission on Monday filed a lawsuit challenging the federal government's recent finding that fracking off the state's coast has no significant environmental impact.
California Population Grows To 39.4 MillionCalifornia's population has grown to 39.4 million.
California Voter Turnout Was 75 Percent, Highest Since 2008Three out of four registered California voters cast a ballot in the November election, the highest rate of participation since the 2008 presidential election.
California Bill Aims To Bar Police From Notifying Feds About ImmigrantsThe leader of the California Senate wants to bar police from sharing information with federal deportation agents about immigrants being released from custody to protect them from President-elect Donald Trump's plans to boost deportations.
Trump Policies Could Be More Benefit Than Burden For CaliforniaThe presidential election has thrown California’s economic future into turmoil, but maybe for the better, according to the UCLA Anderson Forecast released Tuesday.
California Weighs Bills To Protect Immigrants Under TrumpCalifornia lawmakers are planning to introduce bills starting Monday to help protect immigrants from an expected increase in immigration enforcement under President-elect Donald Trump.
California Seeks To Block State Employee Strike On MondayA state board that oversees labor relations asked a judge to prohibit California's largest public employee union from encouraging some of its members to participate in a one-day strike planned for Monday.
California Reports 5 Million Ballots Still Need CountingCalifornia counties report nearly 5 million ballots remain uncounted in an election that could see turnout near that achieved in 2008.

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