Questions Swirl Around Refugee Status Of Man Sought In ISIS MurderAs federal authorities in Sacramento prepare to extradite Omar Ameen to his hometown of Iraq, many are wondering- how did the suspect get approved for refugee status in the first place?
CHP: I-5 Road Rage Incident A Deadly Lesson For DriversAn investigation is underway after a fight sparked by road rage resulted in the deaths of drivers Jason Dykes of Sacramento and Jose Rodriguez of Oroville. Now authorities are asking people to be calm on the roads.
Violent Protest Erupts In Berkeley, At Least 20 ArrestedAt least 20 people were arrested, many armed with a variety of weapons, after a rally turned into a violent clash between anti-fascist and anti-Marxist protesters near a Berkeley park Sunday afternoon.
Homeless Man Hands Out Resumes, Gets Hundreds Of Job OffersA homeless and unemployed web developer in California has been overwhelmed with job offers after a picture of him handing out resumes went viral on social media.
Police: Teen Breaks Into Home, Asks Couple For WiFi PasswordA teenager in California is in serious trouble after going on a crime spree when his phone reportedly ran out of data.
CA Whistleblower Audit Finds Sleeping State Employee And MoreThe California State Auditor released its yearly Whistleblower Act report Tuesday and it found a number of disturbing violations and misuse of taxpayer dollars.
Judges In California And South Carolina Order Carriers To Brick Prison Inmates' CellphonesJudges in California and South Carolina have ordered cellphone carriers to disable nearly 200 contraband cellphones used by inmates to orchestrate crimes behind and outside prison walls, the most sweeping order of its kind ever won by corrections officials.
Parents Sue California Schools Over 'Anti-Islamophobia' ProgramThe lawsuit is challenging the constitutionality of the school district's "anti-Islamophobia" program, which was created in a partnership with the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR).
More Women May Be Required On Company Board Of DirectorsPublicly held corporations based in California will need to have at least one woman on its board of directors by December 31, 2019 if a proposed Senate bill passes.
Missing Air Force Officer Found 35 Years Later In CaliforniaA high-ranking officer in the US Air Force with top security clearance who disappeared 35 years ago has been found in California.
California Suing Two Toddler Formula-Makers For High Lead LevelsThe California Department of Justice and 10 District Attorneys statewide filed a lawsuit against two toddler formula-makers for high lead levels.
California To Spend $768 Million On Electric Car InfrastructureCalifornia utilities will invest nearly $768 million to expand a network of charging stations and build other infrastructure for electric vehicles as the state moves toward a goal of five million zero-emission cars on the roads by 2030.