Jake Olsen, an officer with the state's Department of Fish and Wildlife, said, "It's just a miracle."
The Elk Grove Police Department plans to return a flag that miraculously survived a California wildfire to its owners.
Kim Kardashian and Cher are asking for prayers as homes continue to burn in Malibu. President Trump, on a visit to Paris, blames forestry "mismanagement" and says he may pull federal funding.
After opening his doughnut shop at 4:30 a.m., John Chhan was able to close the doors at 8:30 a.m. after selling out of everything.
How well was this person treated that the response was a glowing review on the sheriff's office's Facebook page?
The objective of the game is to be the first player to "cross the border to the U.S.A. and reach the American flag."
A woman called the police on a mother sitting in a car with her baby and social media is wondering, is she racist or a concerned citizen?
Do you live in the Golden State? If so, say goodbye to a mainstay of soda counters: the humble plastic straw. Food & Wine reports that Governor Jerry Brown of California has just signed a law that bans full-service restaurants from passing out plastic straws with drinks. Customers will have to ask wait staff for a straw if they want to sip on their iced tea.
The shop owner said he took it personally when the 49ers quarterback began his protest. The doll, which had been up since 2016, is now down.
The country's divisiveness has spilled over into signage at an Orange County, Calif., high school football game.
Cosmetic animal testing could be banned by 2020 in California, but some beauty brands ask, "What about China?"
Update: On August 31, six months after Senator Cathleen Galgiani introduced the California Cruelty-Free Cosmetics Act, SB 1249, in the California State Legislature, the bill was unanimously passed by the state assembly. “I’m proud of California lawmakers for moving science, industry, and ethics forward today,” Senator Galgiani said in a statement following the 80-0 vote. The law will officially go into effect on January 1, 2020, after which it will be illegal for cosmetic companies to knowingly sell any cosmetic or personal-hygiene product in California if any component has been tested on animals.
Hundreds are sending their thoughts to the couple who blame themselves for causing the deadly Carr Fire near Redding, Calif.
Jerry Ogle and his father and stepmother lost their home in the Carr fire, but an amazing discovery has given them hope for renewal.
Nearly five years ago, the 13-year-old was pronounced dead in California. Her mother took her to New Jersey, whose laws accommodate the beliefs of religions that do not recognize brain death.
The internet is astonished by this realtor's unlikely inspirational videos.