California Democrats Thank Trump For Legislative MajoritiesCalifornia lawmakers begin their new legislative session Monday with crushing Democratic supermajorities in both chambers to go with their sweep of all statewide offices.
4 Teens Arrested After Robbing Boy Of Shoes, Phone During Violent AttackA group of teens are in custody following a brutal attack of a 12-year-old boy that was caught on camera.
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.
3D Printed Gun Discovered In Felon’s Sacramento HomeThe gun was not functional, however. The suspect told officers he gave up trying to finish it because it became too difficult.
Cockroach In A Burrito, Mouse Droppings On Bags Of Raw Pork Shut Down Mexican RestaurantA Mexican food restaurant has been shut down in South Sacramento after dozens of cockroaches were found, including one in a man’s burrito.
Dashcam Video Shows Police Cruiser Striking Teenager In SacramentoFootage from the officer's car shows the vehicle veering across a lane and hitting a boy on the sidewalk,
Man Steals Police Car, Carjacks Bus Full Of StudentsPolice have arrested a man they say stole a CHP patrol car, then pulled over and carjacked a shuttle bus full of Sacramento college students.
Accused Golden State Killer Charged For First Murder In 1975The alleged Golden State Killer was charged Monday with what investigators believe was his very first murder during a crime spree as the “Visalia Ransacker.”
Sikh Man Attacked, Told To 'Go Back To Your Country'A well-known member of the Stanislaus County community was brutally beaten while placing campaign signs, and police are investigating it as a hate crime.
Twin NorCal Wildfires Force Thousands to Flee, Dozens Of Homes DestroyedThe two fires are threatening 9,000 homes and have charred an area five times the size of San Francisco.
California Lawmakers Pass Budget Expanding Help For PoorState lawmakers approved a $139 billion budget Thursday that uses California's massive surplus to boost funding for homeless programs, welfare, child care and universities while also socking some money into savings.