California Cracks Down On 'Ghost Guns,' Requiring Serial NumbersCalifornia Gov. Jerry Brown has signed legislation requiring hobbyists who assemble homemade guns to apply for a serial number and submit to a background check.
Photographers Catch SoCal Arson Suspect Running From FirePhotographers in Southern California sprang into action when they saw a brush fire.
Fewer 16-Year-Old Drivers Hitting California's Roads Than Just 15 Years AgoTeenagers aren’t taking to the roads like they used to.
Changing Appetite For Eggs Hatches New Problems For FarmersThe egg industry is in the midst of major changes.
Appeals Court Doesn't Stop Crude Oil Rail Shipments Through RichmondCourt upholds dismissal of a lawsuit in which environmentalists sought to challenge crude oil rail shipments through Richmond.
4.2 Earthquake Rocks San Andreas Fault Near HollisterA 4.2 quake rattled the Hollister area Tuesday afternoon -- the latest in a swarm of quakes along the San Andreas Fault running through Central California.
Prison Sentence For Calif. Man Who Flashed Laser Pointer At Plane, Damaging Pilot's EyesAuthorities say a Central California man has been sentenced to six months in prison for flashing a large laser pointer at a California Highway Patrol plane last year, briefly damaging the pilot’s eyes.
Over 20 Percent Of California's Recycling Centers Shut DownMore than a fifth of California’s recycling redemption centers have closed in the last year, stripping consumers of easy access to recycling and limiting their ability to collect the deposits they made when purchasing bottles and cans.
El Niño Gone, But Ocean Temps Still Breaking RecordsThe latest study by climate scientists finds even though El Nino is gone ocean temperatures are still warmer than usual with continuing coastal sea rise worldwide.
California Highway Patrol Team Sent To Republican National ConventionCalling it an “extraordinary circumstance,” California emergency managers have agreed to send an elite highway patrol team to the Republican National Convention.
1st Responders Could Be Allowed To 'Jam' Drones Under Proposed California LawIn Sacramento, a bill banning drones from interfering with first responders has passed the Assembly and is now in the Senate.
Norovirus Outbreak Strikes California Delegation At RNCMembers of the California delegation at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland have fallen sick with the norovirus, a highly contagious stomach bug.

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