With the publication of “What Really Happened: John Edwards, Our Daughter, and Me,” Rielle Hunter enters the company of Gennifer Flowers (movies), Donna Rice (jeans) and Monica Lewinsky (handbags) who try to get something other than the obvious out of their brush with political fame.
A suspected burglar being chased by an alert California neighbor on a motorcycle pulled a gun and shot at the pursuing biker.
The president of the University of California will not request a hike in tuition.
The priest accused of molesting children has “pleaded the fifth.” The judge has stricken his testimony and denials of abuse from the trial record. Three of the priest's alleged victims are no longer allowed to testify. And the man on trial for beating the priest he says raped him will be limited in what he can tell the jury when called to the witness stand.
A Southern California church says it will replace recently stolen flags because they represent its diverse membership, including a rainbow flag for gay rights.
Los Angeles police say at least two people were injured when a man went on a rampage with a fire extinguisher at a Canoga Park adult day care center.
A bill making it easier for school districts to fire teachers accused of gross misconduct has failed to clear an Assembly committee.
A California man pleaded guilty to his part in a nationwide tax fraud scheme that prosecutors say sought to defraud the Internal Revenue Service of nearly $100 million.
A San Diego County child who was left paralyzed by a drunken driver has a new home after well-wishers chipped in $100,000 for the down payment.
San Diego police say they've arrested a man who used a stolen car to ram other vehicles in four failed robbery attempts.
A 102-year-old Filipino man who came to California as a teenager to pick lettuce has become a citizen of the United States.
Firefighters have contained a wildfire that burned 690 acres of brush in Ventura County.
The last of four defendants in a California central coast cross burning has been sentenced to prison.
The Supreme Court on Thursday struck down a federal law making it a crime to lie about receiving the Medal of Honor and other prized military awards, with justices branding the false claim “contemptible” but nonetheless protected by the First Amendment.
Starting this fall, college students will be getting less financial aid from California.
California was among the nation's first states to embrace President Obama's federal health care law after it was adopted two years ago.
NEW YORK — You can leap off a mountainside in extreme skiing, kick and claw to near death in extreme fighting and twist yourself into a pretzel in extreme yoga. Why not turn investing into an adventure sport?
SACRAMENTO — Gov. Jerry Brown and Democratic leaders have come up with a plan to freeze tuition rates at California's public universities if voters approve a tax hike in November, the Senate leader said Monday.
In 2007, Republican Sen. Jim DeMint of South Carolina sent a letter to President George W. Bush.
The San Diego Stock Exchange Index closed lower Thursday at 124.46, down 0.35 percent from Wednesday. Declining issues beat advancers 47 to 34, and 66 issues were unchanged.