There’s a new sunscreen that promises never to leave you with greasy skin, or weird tan lines. You don’t apply it – you drink it. But is drinkable sunscreen really a protective summer cocktail for your skin?
A low-income housing community in Gilroy could be getting an unexpected payday after being over-charged on property taxes for more than a decade.
Google’s latest Chromebook laptop will be specially designed for corporate customers in an effort to get more workers off machines powered by Microsoft’s dominant Windows software.
A report by the California HealthCare Foundation found that 36 percent of the Spanish-speaking Medi-Cal population has been told a physician won’t take them, compared to 7 percent of the overall Medi-Cal population.
Major companies from Hershey to Barilla are exploring the technology…
Charcoal has been replaced by gas as the darling of the backyard barbecue, but it may have a future as the newest and hottest beauty trend.
Researchers have designed a worm can attack, and infect Mac computers, simply from opening a phishing email, visiting a malicious web site or using an infected accessory. Hackers can take control of infected computers and go undetected.
An In-N-Out customer claims he got sick after finding capsules in the bottom of his drink cup that later tested positive for methamphetamine.
California is facing a shortage of official certificate paper because the only place that makes it went out of business.
The banking and marijuana industries could become unlikely allies in California’s green rush.