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It is April 2015. The cherry blossoms are in full bloom in the nation’s capital, yet the colorful display can’t dispel the cloud hanging over the city and the country.
A Central Valley woman is describing how what had started as a pleasant walk one morning earlier this month in Yosemite National Park turned into a three-day ordeal.
Two lifeguards got stranded on a Malibu cliff face while they were trying to rescue a stuck climber and had to be rescued themselves.
The cheers could be heard for miles when Buster Posey hit a sixth-inning homerun Sunday and the 2,000 or so San Francisco Giants fans who have descended on the lawn in front of City Hall here to watch game four of the World Series are hanging on every pitch.
The California Department of Education has stripped 23 schools of a key state ranking due to cheating and other irregularities in administering standardized tests last spring.
Power has been restored to most of the 1,100 homes in northwestern Los Angeles County that were left without power after an equipment failure.
An earthquake measuring 4.2 on the Richter scale has struck a wilderness area of Central California.
Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- The columnist George F. Will recently shocked his fellow conservatives by endorsing Richard Fisher, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, to be Treasury secretary in a Mitt Romney administration.
A car chase suspect remains hospitalized with bullet wounds after a dramatic downtown Paso Robles gunfight that also wounded a California Highway Patrol officer.
The rate at which California prison parolees commit new crimes has dropped slightly for the second straight year, an improvement that corrections officials partly attribute to recent rehabilitation efforts.
Prosecutors say members of a rock band who blocked traffic for four hours as they played a gig on a Los Angeles freeway as a publicity stunt have been sentenced to probation.
Some 200 flights have been canceled at Los Angeles International Airport as a looming superstorm locks down flights to the East Coast.
In an election year marked by waves of political attacks, one state legislative candidate is standing out for a tactic that targets his opponent's wife.