State agencies spent more than $800,000 inappropriately over six months of this year, according to an audit released Thursday.
A Georgia woman accused of hiding a loaded gun behind a plant near the entrance to Disney’s Magic Kingdom put the blame on her 6-year-old son.
The family does not want the officers, who have not yet been publicly identified, to be charged with murder, the family's lawyer said, because they were improperly trained and didn't have the right equipment to do their job.
Student applicants to the University of California can't submit their standardized test scores with their admissions as the system works to phase out the exam requirements, a state appeals court ruled Thursday.
Long before Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden announced her as his running mate, Kamala Harris was the target of widespread online misinformation.
Election Day is under a week away, and according to the California Secretary of State, more than 8.7 million Californians have already returned their ballots.
Trump rallies are among the nation's biggest events being held in defiance of crowd restrictions designed to stop the virus from spreading, at a time when public health experts are advising thinking twice about inviting many guests for Thanksgiving.
More than 200 California inmates at the highest risk from coronavirus won’t move to safer cells, confounding officials who want to transfer thousands of prisoners to locations where they are less vulnerable to infection.
A fight at California's second-oldest state prison sent five inmates to the hospital Thursday with non-life threatening injuries, corrections officials said.
The first case of someone testing positive for both COVID-19 and the flu at the same time has been reported in Solano County, according to health officials.
More than 12 million ballots have been cast in these four states, which could be crucial in determining the next president.
As we approach Election Day, we are taking a look at how key battleground states in this year's presidential race have voted into the past.
President Donald Trump’s campaign is pushing a familiar line of attack against Democrat Joe Biden in the final days of the presidential campaign: unverified allegations about Biden’s son and his foreign business ties.
Prosecutors have secured a guilty plea from a Florida businessman who hired one of President Donald Trump's lawyers, Rudy Giuliani, to lend credibility to a company authorities say was operated fraudulently.
As temperatures fall, many consumers may increasingly stay home to avoid infection. The trends could force employers to slash more jobs during the winter, but other industries are doing the opposite ahead of the holidays.
In a time when many businesses and their employees are struggling due to the ongoing pandemic, Placer County is stepping in with additional grant funding to help.
Moving rapidly, Zeta was still at tropical storm status even as it hit South Carolina and North Carolina, causing widespread power outages, downed trees and wind damage.
On Wednesday, 13 states reported more hospitalization records, according to the COVID Tracking Project.
Sac Metro Fire said it's investigating a series of fires set Thursday in dumpsters in the area of Stockton Boulevard, Florin Road and 65th Street.
The 1918 pandemic transpired in three waves, from the spring of 1918 to the winter of 1919 — ultimately killing 50 million to 100 million people globally.
An investigation began when Gov. Ron DeSantis noticed his address in the Florida voting registration database was changed.
A mother said her son should be home on parole, but he's still locked up. Corrections officials say a potential exposure to COVID-19 put him in quarantine.
Officials in one New York county have fined a Long Island country club $17,000 for hosting a wedding in which a third of guests later tested positive for COVID-19.
Even as the state and country deal with high unemployment, the dental industry is struggling to fill open positions. A new ad campaign aims to change that.