The settlement approved Monday between the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and Arizona Public Service Co. is expected to be the first of several stemming from the blackout that involved a half-dozen utilities and grid operators.
A woman who identified herself as the sister of the Belvedere brothers said, “We don’t have any information yet about motive. But there is a sense of relief that someone has been caught.”
Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn has died of cancer at 54.
America’s Cup officials have reduced the prospective venues for the next regatta from four to three, and it appears San Francisco has been eliminated.
A deputy believed to be connected to the FBI’s corruption investigation into the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department reportedly has been arrested in a separate incident of alleged ticket-fixing.
About a dozen wildfires in the northern and eastern county destroyed 44 houses, an 18-unit apartment complex and several businesses.
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The blaze in northern San Diego County is about 90 percent surrounded Monday.
Marine Corps officials have lifted an evacuation order for some Camp Pendleton housing, although fires that have burned about 34 square miles of brush continue to rage.
A wildfire that surged amid high heat and dry winds in drought conditions brought evacuation orders for more than 20,000 homes in and around San Diego, but all residents were told they could return home Tuesday night just a few hours later as cooler, calmer darkness fell.
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California’s population grew nearly 1 percent in 2013 to exceed 38.3 million, with the highest growth rate in the San Francisco Bay Area, according to a new report.
A volleyball program is coming to the aide of girls who want to play on a team, but are otherwise unable to due to financial limits.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration reports 99 pedestrians were killed, falling just behind New York City, where 127 pedestrians were fatally struck in the same year.
With tougher laws on the books to punish human traffickers and more awareness about those forced into sexual slavery, prosecutors, lawmakers and police met Friday to plot a plan to eradicate human sex trafficking.