Caught On Video: US Flag At 'Go For Broke' Monument StolenThe inexplicable theft at the Go For Broke Museum and Monument (160 N. Central Ave) was captured on video.
Former Veep Biden Comes To California To Find It's Bluer Than BlueToday's poll shows democrats leading or tied in seats they haven't held for decades.
California Passes Net Neutrality Law As Justice Department Says They're SuingBarbara van Schewick, a professor at Stanford Law School, says the California bill is on solid legal ground and that California is within its legal rights.
Want A Straw With Your Drink? You'll Have To Ask For One Under New LawA new law signed Thursday makes California the first state to bar some restaurants from automatically giving out single-use plastic straws.
California Ranked Fifth Happiest State In US; Hawaii Tops List We're number five - and apparently pretty happy about it.
Brown Signs Bill To Target 100 Percent Clean Electricity By 2045 California would set a goal of phasing out all fossil fuels from the state's electricity sector by 2045 under legislation signed by Gov. Jerry Brown.
California Senate Passes Bill Allowing Judges To Temporarily Take Guns Away From OwnersCalifornia school employees could ask judges to temporarily take guns from potentially dangerous people under a bill headed to Gov. Jerry Brown.
Surfing Officially California's State SportGov. Jerry Brown on Monday signed Assembly Bill 1782 into law, establishing the popular pastime of catching Pacific Ocean waves as the state sport of California.
California Could Reshape Pot Rules As Legal Market StrugglesA Los Angeles hearing Tuesday provided a window into the state's emerging cannabis economy, in which early enthusiasm for broad legal sales has been followed by anxiety and frustration across a swath of the industry.
Scooters Set On Fire, Thrown Into Ocean By People Fed Up With ClutterDockless scooters may be a free way to get around California, but many locals are allegedly choosing to destroy the shareable vehicles instead.
McDonald's Investing $390M In California RestaurantsMcDonald's is making a super-sized commitment to California. The fast-food chain announced on Monday a $390 million investment through 2019 to modernize more than 550 restaurants across the Golden State.
Federal Land In California Could Be Opened Up To More FrackingThe Bureau of Land Management is considering leases that could allow fracking on nearly 2 million acres of California land, including federal mineral estates in Fresno, Kern, Kings, Madera, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara, Tulare and Ventura counties.
DMV Director Asks For More Money To Cut Wait Times, But Resists AuditDMV Director Jean Shiomoto was grilled by lawmakers on wait times that spiked several months ago as Californians update their licenses to meet new federal security standards known as Real ID.
Democrat Leads In Race To Replace State Senator Tony MendozaVoters went to the polls in parts of Los Angeles and Orange counties in a special election to determine who will serve out the remaining months of former Sen. Tony Mendoza's term. He resigned in February.
California Gas Tax Repeal Effort Could Help GOP CandidatesTop national Republicans and grassroots donors alike have poured money into the campaign to repeal a recent gas tax increase in California with the hopes it will drive turnout in November and help the GOP hold onto U.S. House seats in the heavily Democratic state. But they face an uphill battle against opponents with far more cash, who say the increase is needed to repair the state's crumbling roads.