“Yardsticks will be required to measure snow at some locations after this storm,” meteorologists are cautioning.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom said on Saturday he plans to use the same tactic from Texas’s abortion law to target assault rifle sales after the Supreme Court declined to block enforcement of the law.
Nearly two decades after being sentenced to die, Scott Peterson was resentenced Wednesday after California’s Supreme Court tossed his original sentence.
Diablo Canyon, California’s lone, and soon-to-close, nuclear power plant, is quickly emerging as a political football in Washington with clamor growing to keep it open.
Gov. Gavin Newsom spent most of the last week shifting responsibility for mob retail robberies onto local law enforcement. They’re pushing back.
In the first of a number of California-centric gun control cases, an appeals court reversed a lower-court ruling that invalidated the ban on magazines with capacity of more than 10 rounds.
As President Joe Biden dips into the U.S. strategic energy reserve to bring costs down, California energy producers are striking at a de facto ban on fracking.
A federal appeals court on Friday issued a temporary stay of a coronavirus vaccine mandate for prison workers.
Newsom failed to provide any detail but promised an “exponential level of support” in his next budget to help big cities address brazen thefts.
A weekend of looting in the Bay Area was capped with an intense, 80-person burglary of a Nordstrom store on Sunday.