The prosecutor in the Contra Costa County case inappropriately questioned the 25-year-old woman’s support of the Black Lives Matter movement and dismissed her for reasons that “were plainly tied to race,” said a unanimous ruling by a division of the First Appellate District of California.
Spokesperson Erin Mellon said two of Newsom's children tested positive for COVID on Thursday, though the governor, his wife, and their two other children tested negative.
Jurors found New York real estate scion Robert Durst guilty of first-degree murder in the December 2000 killing of his friend, Susan Berman, at her home in the Benedict Canyon area of Los Angeles.
The massive sequoias grow on the western slope of the Sierra Nevada. The General Sherman Tree stands 275 feet and is over 36 feet in diameter at the base, according to the U.S. National Park Service.
Governor Gavin Newsom will stay in office, as a majority of Californians voted "no" in the 2021 recall election.
A Southern California nurse leaves behind five children, including a newborn, and her husband after dying of COVID-19.
The Los Angeles Unified School District, one of the nation's largest school districts, has passed a vaccine mandate that requires all eligible students aged 12 and up be vaccinated against COVID-19 in order to attend in-person classes.
Larry Elder's Venice stop nearly took a sticky turn as someone threw an egg at the gubernatorial candidate.
A family is devastated after two people were gunned down following a dispute over a parking spot
Five crew members were declared dead Saturday after a U.S. Navy helicopter crashed off the Southern California coast during a routine flight from an aircraft carrier earlier this week, military officials said. Search and rescue efforts have now shifted to recovery operations.
A rideshare company quoted a fee of more than $1,500 to be transported from the smoke-choked ski resort at Heavenly Valley to the Reno-Tahoe airport, about eight times the going rate. California law generally prohibits businesses from raising prices by more than 10% following a state or local emergency declaration.
San Francisco is trying something new to combat an uptick in gun crimes – paying people to not shoot at others.
A majority of voters oppose recalling Gov. Newsom in the upcoming election, according to a new poll .
Investigators are considering whether toxic algae blooms or other hazards may have contributed to the deaths and are awaiting the results of water tests taken from the area where the family was found.
Thick smoke from the Caldor Fire enveloped the city of South Lake Tahoe, which was all but deserted during a summer week usually bustling with tourists.
It's a first-in-the-nation law called the Fair Pay to to Play Act and it inspired a wave of states across the country to take similar action to empower student athletes.
A day after an explosive wildfire emptied a resort city at the southern tip of Lake Tahoe, a huge firefighting force braced for strong winds Tuesday as some residents in neighboring Nevada were ordered to evacuate.
Mandatory evacuation orders were issued that extend to the south side of Lake Tahoe on Monday morning.
The Mariposa County Sheriff's office has now ruled out exposure to chemicals from a mine along the trail, as well as the use of a gun or other weapon.
Frustrated by out-of-control increases in drug overdose deaths, California’s leaders are trying something radical: They want the state to be the first to pay people to stay sober.