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Support for Death Penalty at 50-Year Low

Support for Death Penalty at 50-Year Low

Support for California's death penalty has fallen to its lowest level in more than 50 years after a judge ruled... Read »

Sep 12, 2014
Obama Declares Napa Quake Major Disaster

Obama Declares Napa Quake Major Disaster

President Barack Obama has declared a major disaster in California after the Napa Valley earthquake that struck... Watch »

Sep 12, 2014
Shriver May Have Been Scrubbed from Schwarzenegger Portrait: Reports

Shriver May Have Been Scrubbed from Schwarzenegger Portrait: Reports

There could be much more to the Governator’s official portrait than meets the eye, according to multiple reports. An Read »

Sep 12, 2014
California Teen to Face Charge in Rat Poison Death

California Teen to Face Charge in Rat Poison Death

Prosecutors say a 14-year-old Northern California boy will face criminal charges in the death of another teen... Read »

Sep 11, 2014
Award Offered in Sonoma Pony Killing Case

Award Offered in Sonoma Pony Killing Case

The Animal Legal Defense Fund is offering a $5,000 reward for information leading to the arrest of the person... Read »

Sep 12, 2014
U.S. Threatened Yahoo With $250,000 Fine Over NSA Compliance

U.S. Threatened Yahoo With $250,000 Fine Over NSA Compliance

Yahoo said Thursday the government threatened to fine the company $250,000 a day if it did not comply with... Read »

Sep 12, 2014
Bad Roads Are Costing California Residents Billions: Report

Bad Roads Are Costing California Residents Billions: Report

Poorly maintained highways and major roads cost Californians an extra $44 billion each year in repairs,... Read »

Sep 11, 2014
Santa Cruz Man Has

Santa Cruz Man Has "Longest Tongue in Recorded History"

A 24-year-old Santa Cruz artist and comedian gets to tell everyone he meets - friends, audiences and even... Read »

Sep 11, 2014
Trail Remains Closed After Mountain Lion Killed

Trail Remains Closed After Mountain Lion Killed

The trail where a 6-year-old boy was attacked by a mountain lion remained closed on Thursday, a day after a federal... Read »

Sep 11, 2014
Bar That Served Teens Who Died Has License Suspended

Bar That Served Teens Who Died Has License Suspended

A San Jose bar is banned from selling alcohol for the next 30 days after a bartender was caught serving alcohol... Watch »

Sep 11, 2014
SFPD: No Charges in America's Cup Death

SFPD: No Charges in America's Cup Death

No criminal charges will be filed in the crash of an America's Cup catamaran in May 2013 that killed British Olympic... Read »

Sep 11, 2014
New California Law Gives Cyclists 3-Foot Buffer

New California Law Gives Cyclists 3-Foot Buffer

California drivers next week will have to follow a new law when sharing the road with bicyclists. Watch »

Sep 16, 2014
Mountain Lion Killed Near Site of Attack on Boy

Mountain Lion Killed Near Site of Attack on Boy

Officers from California's Department of Fish and Wildlife have killed a mountain lion near the Cupertino... Watch »

Sep 12, 2014
Stolen Vehicle Found With Sleeping Toddler in Backseat

Stolen Vehicle Found With Sleeping Toddler in Backseat

A 1-year-old girl was found sleeping in the backseat of a vehicle that was abandoned in the shade under a tree after... Watch »

Sep 10, 2014
California Expands Sick Pay to Millions of Workers

California Expands Sick Pay to Millions of Workers

All employees in California who work more than 30 days in a year will be entitled to paid sick time beginning... Watch »

Sep 11, 2014
Rainwater Capture Seen as Benefit of Greening Alleys

Rainwater Capture Seen as Benefit of Greening Alleys

The Los Angeles City Council gave the green light to "greening" alleys to improve... Watch »

Sep 10, 2014
Firefighters Attack Brush Fire Above San Dimas

Firefighters Attack Brush Fire Above San Dimas

Firefighters responded Wednesday morning to a brush fire near a golf course in the San Gabriel Valley. Watch »

Sep 10, 2014
Fresh Mountain Lion Prints Detected on Cupertino Trail

Fresh Mountain Lion Prints Detected on Cupertino Trail

A wildlife tracker said he spotted fresh paw prints by a creek in Cupertino that he believes belong to a... Read »

Sep 10, 2014
Special Needs Students Hit By Car in San Mateo

Special Needs Students Hit By Car in San Mateo

Three special needs high school students and a student teacher were struck by a car in San Mateo Wednesday morning... Watch »

Sep 10, 2014
LA

LA "Epicenter" of Drug Money Laundering: Feds

Nearly 1,000 federal and local officers descended on Los Angeles’ Fashion District Wednesday morning, sweeping... Watch »

Sep 10, 2014
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