New York lawmakers pass bill that considers reparations for slavery
New York would create a commission to consider reparations to address the lingering, negative effects of slavery under a bill passed by the state Legislature.
Couple nearly killed while helping sheriff ends 12-year legal battle: Hear their incredible story of survival
Jim and Norma Gund were brutally attacked when a deputy asked them to check on their neighbor. Twelve years later, they're finally able to speak about their harrowing journey.
Preliminary 3.2-magnitude earthquake reported in Sierra Madre
A pair of small earthquakes were reported in Los Angeles County late Thursday afternoon.
Father dies after trying to rescue son from water at Santa Cruz beach, family says
The family of a man who died after trying to save his son from strong currents at a Santa Cruz beach, is preparing to lay him to rest.
Cheez-It-themed rest stop features pump that fills your car with crackers
Attention Cheez-It fans: The “biggest, cheeziest roadside attraction” has opened for a limited time. Here’s how to get your fill.
2nd flight carrying migrants lands in California
A second plane carrying migrants arrived in Sacramento on Monday. It's the second flight in recent days that California officials allege was coordinated by Florida.
Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck buy $60 million mansion in Beverly Hills
Jennifer Lopez and Ben Affleck dropped $60.85 million in cash Wednesday for the 38,000-square-foot mega-mansion in Beverly Hills after close to two years of house hunting.
Dogs found with snouts taped shut in Irvine; woman arrested
The suspect, 21-year-old Gabriela Barrera, admitted to officers she taped the dogs' snouts shut to keep them from barking and nipping at the other dogs.
Jogger's prehistoric find along California beach wows museum collectors
Memorial Day weekend was more than just sunburns and hot dogs for a California man on a morning jog. He stumbled upon an extremely important find for museum collectors.
State Farm no longer selling new home insurance policies in California
The move affects casualty and business property insurance, but not auto insurance.
Sikhs may no longer have to wear motorcycle helmets in California
Sikhs may no longer have to wear helmets while riding motorcycles in California.
Danny Masterson convicted on 2 counts of rape in retrial
Masterson was convicted on two charges of forcible rape, the jury announced Wednesday. He was charged with raping three women at his Hollywood Hills home between 2001 and 2003. The jury was deadlocked on the third charge.
California goats grazing to prevent wildfires could lose their jobs due to state labor law
Goats are used to graze CA vegetation which could dry out during the summer, provide tinder for wildfires
Disneyland says goodbye to iconic Splash Mountain ride
It's the official end of an era at Disneyland.
San Francisco’s Market Street Old Navy to close, company says
The iconic Old Navy store on Market Street in downtown San Francisco will shutter its doors on July 1 after nearly 30 years in operation, a spokesperson for Gap Inc., Old Navy’s parent company, announced on Friday.
Officials investigate mysterious disappearance of 30-ton shipment of explosive chemicals in California
Ammonium nitrate was used in 1995 at an attack on the Murrah Federal Building in Oklahoma City. The explosion killed 168 people and injured approximately 850.
8-year-old girl dies, body of 4-year-old brother recovered after getting swept away in river
An 8-year-old girl died and a 4-year-old boy was missing Sunday after the two children were swept away in a central California river swollen from rapidly melting mountain snows.
Child dropped over Mexico-U.S. border in footage captured by surveillance camera
A heartbreaking scene was captured of a person appearing to drop a child over the Mexico-California border.
Officials investigate mysterious disappearance of 30-ton shipment of explosive chemicals
Ammonium nitrate is commonly used as fertilizer, but can also be used as an ingredient in homemade explosives.
Sonoma County sheriff's wife arrested on DUI charge
The wife of Sonoma County Sheriff Eddie Engram was arrested on suspicion of drunk driving after crashing into a house and injuring a person in the home, Engram said on social media.