Awash in precious snow and water that will help meet the demands of the state’s 40 million residents, wet winter also means more fuel for fires when heat and dryness set in.
Gov. Gavin Newsom will make Medi-Cal available to immigrants up to 25 years old amid national debate about the cost and consequences of people in the country illegally.
Oakland’s historically casual approach to zoning has been implicated in the warehouse fire that killed 36 people.
As homelessness surges, the Northern California city’s move to push out campers and their occupants triggers anger from its neighbors.
Appearance of snails, whales and snakes raises concerns that California’s coastal ecosystem has been permanently scrambled.
As California embraces recreational marijuana, some cities hope to right the wrongs of the past by offering downtrodden neighborhoods an entry point to a lucrative future.
The unexplained deaths of 23 horses at the fabled track since late December have prompted calls by animal rights experts to ban the sport.
The proposed state legislation would require officers to use fatal force only when “necessary,” rather than “reasonable.”
Newsom plans to suspend the practice through an executive order, saying that it ‘has been — by any measure — a failure.’
Les Bleus defeated upstart Croatia, 4-2, in one of the highest-scoring finals in World Cup history. France became the sixth country to win multiple World Cup titles.