The Round Fire began Friday morning at the eastern base of the Sierra Nevada. By Sunday evening, the fire was 75% contained.
There were eight people involved in the three-vehicle crash, the authorities in Malibu confirmed to BuzzFeed News. A representative for Jenner told BuzzFeed News that his client was uninjured.
A rare weather phenomenon packing loads of moisture is set to bring intense rainfall to the state. The storms have a history of ending California’s droughts.
Eaze, which delivers medical marijuana, is offering a free eighth ounce of weed to new customers in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Cases continue to crop up across the U.S. since a large outbreak was triggered in December 2014 by exposure to the virus at Disneyland in California.
Sandra Gutierrez received the James Irvine Foundation Leadership Award and $200,000 for her work empowering Latino parents to be their children’s first teachers.
A day care center connected to Santa Monica High School is closed after an infant was confirmed to have measles.
After decades of being at the forefront of the marijuana legalization movement, California has been left in the dust by other states. Infighting between activists may turn 2016 into another losing year.
Ricardo Medina Jr. was arrested Saturday on suspicion of murder, the Los Angeles Sheriff’s Department said. No charges have been filed.
Almost 70 students were dismissed from Palm Desert High School for two weeks or until they show proof of immunization.
A measles outbreak that started at Disneyland in California may have reached a Phoenix medical center, exposing up to 1,000 people, including 200 children, officials warned.
A state lawmaker introduced a bill this week that would ban electronic cigarettes in workplaces, bars, restaurants, and other public places. The state’s health department also called for strict regulation, citing the potential dangers to children and teens.
On the bright side, think of all the sunscreen you’re saving!
The East Coast is getting slammed, but, you know, it’s bad out here too.
In an abrupt decision on Friday, the California DMV retracted a memo demanding ride-hailing companies like Uber register for commercial plates. “We jumped the gun, and we shouldn’t have.”
The ride-hailing giant has suspended some drivers in California who registered cars for commercial use. But the DMV says that only cars with commercial registrations may carry passengers for hire in the state.
Solo’s husband was driving a U.S. Soccer team van.
As the number of confirmed measles cases climbed to 70, health officials reminded the public that vaccinations are the safest and most effective way to combat the highly contagious disease.
The first batch of cleaned birds were released back into the wild on Wednesday. It’s a bittersweet success story after nearly 300 seabirds died of hypothermia, unable to shield their bodies from the cold with their gunk-coated feathers.
An 18-year-old football player received five years probation after being convicted of an illegal sex act with a minor, authorities said. The girl accused two other students of sexual assault, but no other charges were filed.
Ever wondered where your favourite US-based film or TV show was set? Here they are on a handy map. Spoiler: Nebraska is just Nebraska.
The drought affects everyone, some more than others.
“Jaxson” was a family pet, but Los Angeles Animal Services said she could still be dangerous. The gator was moved with the help of the L.A. Zoo on Wednesday.
In Los Angeles County’s West Hollywood municipality, city officials passed a law that mandates all single-stall bathrooms in businesses and public areas be gender-neutral.
The best city ever just got easier.
California’s attorney general will announce her campaign for retiring Sen. Barbara Boxer’s seat on Tuesday morning.
The exact timing of Barbara Boxer’s retirement announcement caught California Democrats off-guard — and launched a fluid, high-stakes weekend. Now Harris and Newsom are considering the job. But there’s no “deal,” they haven’t spoken, and state Democrats are still waiting.
The singer was hosting a concert in a nightclub when shots rang out.
The Santa Barbara News-Press has been heavily criticized for using the word “illegals” in a headline about undocumented immigrants applying for California driver’s licenses.
Jose Antonio Vargas, one of the most high-profile undocumented immigrants in the country, applied for his California driver’s license under a new law. 1.4 million immigrants are expected to submit applications during the next three years.