A federal appeals court decision striking down restrictions on the distribution of Yellow Pages in Seattle has imperiled San Francisco's own phonebook ban.
Ventura County health officials say a stomach virus outbreak has caused more than 300 absences from Medea Creek Middle School in the past week.
Prosecutors say a teenager who hit eight students with his pickup in a crosswalk outside a Riverside County high school will not face criminal charges after investigators determined the truck had brake problems as he'd claimed.
Riverside County will use $9.9 million to finish a long-sought move of migrant farm workers from a squalid encampment of trailers on tribal land after winning an appeal, officials said Monday.
One of two men killed during a weekend shootout between Oxnard police officers and suspects was an innocent jogger hit by crossfire, police and relatives said.
A worker has been rescued after a scaffold malfunction left him dangling 15 stories above a Coronado street.
A defendant in the government's botched “Fast and Furious” operation has been sentenced to prison for helping supply assault weapons to Mexican drug gangs.
An aggressive panhandler has been arrested for punching a Northern California man and going through his pockets because he refused his plea for money.
A Southern California tax preparer has been sentenced to five years in prison for filing hundreds of bogus income tax returns.
Occupy San Fernando Valley activists are in their third month of a sit-in at a foreclosed Los Angeles home where a family refuses to leave.
Two backers of medical marijuana dispensaries have won seats on a Los Angeles neighborhood council in a contest that featured a flood of outside voters and fliers that promised free pot.
A Northern California city has agreed to pay a man $15,000 so he won't file any more lawsuits against the city or businesses alleging violations of the federal Americans with Disability Act, officials said.
The vice mayor of a small Northern California city is stepping down after he was found guilty of felony embezzlement.
Gov. Jerry Brown is warning college students to support his tax increase on the November ballot or face larger tuition bills in the future.
Already bombarded by conflicting campaign ads and ballot propositions, some Californians became even more confused when a message on the state's official voting hotline provided a wrong deadline for voter registration, an election official said Tuesday.
The competitiveness of California congressional races this year is reflected in the campaign fundraising totals reported this week. Candidates in several tight races filed their reports for the quarter ending Sept. 30 with the Federal Election Commission late Monday night.
The San Diego Stock Exchange Index closed higher Tuesday at 120.05, up 0.15 percent from Monday. Advancing issues beat decliners 50 to 25, and 65 issues were unchanged.
Pricesmart Inc. (Nasdaq: PSMT) was the top dollar gainer, up $1.28 to $81.04.
WD-40 Co. (Nasdaq: WDFC) was the top dollar loser, down $3.39 to $47.66.
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