As Pacific Gas and Electric faces bankruptcy, it also could owe tens of billions of dollars for its connection to California’s deadliest and costliest wildfires.
Gavin Newsom was sworn in as governor, taking the reins from Jerry Brown and entering with a new, more socially progressive agenda.
Residents search for wedding rings, family mementos, as evacuation orders are lifted.
Off the coast, ranchers are raising “livestock” in federal waters, a possible model for harvesting the world’s seas and boosting U.S. production.
Tens of thousands of Californians are facing months, if not longer, without permanent housing.
Their neighborhoods are a mystery, what has happened to friends and family is a mystery, even the names of the dead are a mystery as 200 remain unaccounted for.
More than two dozen residents of the retirement community burned to death in cars, in homes and on foot, and there are more than 200 people still unaccounted for.
House Democrats are poised to gain three seats from the state.
Californians put gentrification on the November ballot to fight runaway housing costs.
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.