Steven Carrillo, an active-duty Air Force servicemember, fell down a rabbit hole of Facebook extremism and became convinced he could start a new civil war. Then he turned his online obsession into real-life murder.
The Santa Cruz Board of Supervisors has flatly rejected the grand jury's recommendations for further action after the 2020 CZU Lightning Complex Fire.
Even though 41 candidates to replace Gavin Newsom in the Sept. 14 recall election have revealed their tax returns, a judge now says that wasn’t necessary.
A combination of factors all related to climate change are fueling the ‘unprecedented’ growth of the Caldor Fire in El Dorado County.
As a new wildfire burned through Nevada and Placer counties, federal officials said they would now be more aggressive fighting fires.
Noise pollution and a drought-driven shortage of salmon have led the federal government to expand the Monterey Bay protected habitat zone for killer whales.
After criticizing an earlier state proposal for bringing broadband to rural counties, the Rural County Representatives of California now applauds a new bill with $6 billion in funding.
PG&E waited five days to report that one of its power lines may have sparked the Dixie Fire, which is burning across Plumas and Butte counties.
Even as the national economy quickly recovers, thousands of Californians continue to file for unemployment benefits, largely because small business is still struggling.
California will become the first state in the nation to provide monthly basic income payments to millions of residents, after the legislature passed a $35 million bill.
A new bill now in the state Senate would make paid family leave accessible even to workers on the lowest end of the income spectrum.
A State Senate bill would allow quick rezoning for multi-family housing, as a new research study reveals the high cost of single-family zoning laws.
As the pandemic recedes, traffic is getting worse. But workers returning to offices appears not to be the main reason why.
The delta variant and often lagging vaccination rates are putting California in new danger from COVID-19.
As fire, heat waves and drought threaten the state’s water and power supplies, the governor calls for consumers to cut back on use.
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