The calf, which weighs up to 350 pounds, was born at 12:34 p.m. Tuesday, at Shamu Stadium, SeaWorld announced. After a 17-month pregnancy, the mother, Kalia, gave birth after 2 hours and 15 minutes of labor.
I pledge allegiance to the California burrito.
Tiny Doo has been in jail for five months because prosecutors say his rap album links him to gang crimes.
California has mistaken October for July. In the Sahara.
Bob Filner is facing another lawsuit, this time from a former executive assistant with allegations including sexual harassment, gender discrimination, and sexual battery.
You don’t want to mess with Cuppy.
HAHAHA I’M NOT AT COMIC CON AND IT’S FINE IT’S TOTALLY FINE. I’M FINE.
SPOILER ALERT: The ball actually made it to the plate.
The California teenager left a note saying he could no longer “handle school” and had “no friends,” according to the $1 million claim that was rejected by the school. The teen’s parents say a video of their son allegedly masturbating in a school bathroom stall went viral.
Sometimes bystanders don’t just stand by.
Dogs on surfboards, what could be better?
Is this the next stage in burrito evolution? The burrito and quesadilla have finally come together. Introducing the Quesarito.
The Clippers owner responds to the league in a 27-page statement, defending himself by saying the infamous phone conversation was illegally recorded.
California’s recent spate of wildfires isn’t over yet, but already the smoke is clearing to reveal a newly charred and barren landscape.
A spate of wildfires charred more than 20,000 acres, as of Friday, in Southern California. The fires forced thousands to evacuate.
The Bernardo Fire burned more than 800 acres in northern San Diego County Tuesday. Meanwhile, authorities were trying to figure out who sent a “fire in your pants” warning.
After almost two weeks of constant veterinarian care, due to a collapsed lung and pneumonia, the 12-day-old baby gorilla was physically introduced to her mother.
San Diego Zoo’s baby gorilla that was born via c-section last week has contracted pneumonia.
Whether you’re in-state or out-of-state, you’re blue and gold at heart.
Assemblymember Richard Bloom (D–Santa Monica) will propose a bill inspired by the documentary exposé Blackfish. If the bill is enacted, the San Diego park’s killer whales “shall be rehabilitated and returned to the wild where possible.”
Hollywood can’t seem to imagine anything outside New York and Los Angeles.
Unless you live in California, Seattle actually has more perfect days a year than your city does.
Dozens of people were hurt in separate crashes on the same interstate Thursday.
The cross must be removed within 90 days, but representatives for the Mt. Soledad Veterans Memorial said it will appeal the ruling.
Bob Filner was one of this summer’s never-ending stories. The Democratic mayor was accused of sexual harassment by 19 women, and sentenced today to home confinement and fines. The 71-year-old served in Congress for more than 20 years before becoming mayor.
Batting next, Captain America!
The lawsuit, filed last month in San Francisco, claims employees at McMillan Law Group pretended to be satisfied clients.
I guess this is growing up.
“Mayor Filner you are terriiiiiiifying.” U-T TV, the local cable television arm of the San Diego Union-Tribune, made a parody of Robin Thicke’s “Blurred Lines” music video, featuring its news hosts gyrating along with a giant cartoon-like Filner head.