Report: 944 California Officers' Guns Stolen, Unaccounted For, Or LostReport says 944 guns that once belonged to law enforcement officers across California have been either stolen, lost or can't be accounted for since 2010.
California Voters To Decide On Recreational Marijuana LegalizationCalifornia voters will decide whether to legalize recreational marijuana after Secretary of State Alex Padilla said Tuesday that initiative proponents turned in more than enough signatures to place the question on the November ballot.
California Firestone Shops Found To Overcharge, Rip Off CustomersFirestone shops in California were found to overcharge and rip off customers in numerous ways, state officials said.
California Democrats Head To Trauma Hospital To Advocate For Gun Violence PreventionIn California, and around the country, politicians are planning to take part in Wednesday's National Day of Action on Gun Violence Prevention.
700 Trillion Gallons Of Water Found Deep Below California's Central ValleyStanford researchers have released a surprising new study revealing that California is sitting on top of a vast water resource that we didn’t know was there, and it could hold as much as 7,000 trillion gallons.
Authorities: Anti-Nazi Protesters Instigated Violence At Capitol RallyAuthorities in Sacramento on Monday agreed with white supremacists who insisted they were not to blame for the violence that broke out during a weekend rally at the State Capitol.
Firefighters Search Rubble For Wildfire VictimsCrews made progress Monday against a wildfire that killed two people and destroyed 200 homes as it tore through mountain communities in central California.
Sex Workers Say California Bill Gives Police Too Much PowerSex workers are fighting to do away with parts of a California bill that they say would give law enforcement officers discretion over whether sex workers are arrested or instead referred to social services, and could put sex workers at risk of police exploitation.
California's Drought Deficit Will Take Years To Fill, UCLA Study FindsWe just had our wettest winter in five years, but a new report by UCLA researchers finds it will take another four years like this one to make up for the water deficit we built up during the drought.
Victim's Letter In Stanford Rape Case Inspires New LegislationThe woman who was sexually assaulted by a former Stanford University swimmer is inspiring the Santa Clara County District Attorney to develop new legislation.
Simulated 6.7 Earthquake Shakes 6-Story Test Building At UC San DiegoThe event was a simulation of the 6.7-magnitude Northridge quake. That temblor caused heavy damage to the Los Angeles area in 1994.
Rape Victims Testify In Favor Of California Bill Eliminating Statute Of LimitationsRape victims testified in Sacramento Tuesday as an effort to eliminate the 10-year statute of limitations on the crime advances through the California legislature.

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