Police: Workers Saved Lives With Lockdown Of California SchoolAuthorities say a gunman tried to get into rooms at a California elementary school with the intent of shooting children.
California Fires Cause $1B In Damage, Burn 7,000 BuildingsThe wildfires that have devastated Northern California this month caused at least $1 billion in damage to insured property, officials said Thursday, as authorities increased the count of homes and other buildings destroyed to nearly 7,000.
California To Get Gender-Neutral Option On Driver's LicensesGov. Jerry Brown signed a measure allowing Californians to identify their gender as "non-binary" on driver's licenses if they don't identify solely as male or female, the latest effort by California to ease barriers for LGBT people.
Teams Report First Progress Against Wine Country WildfiresA fifth day of desperate firefighting in California wine country brought a glimmer of hope Friday as crews battling the flames reported their first progress toward containing the massive blazes, and hundreds more firefighters poured in to join the effort.
Californians Under Siege Try to Fight Fires, Find Loved OnesThey are trying to find lost loved ones, to sift through the remains of lost homes, to count, identify and mourn the dozens of dead — all while the fires rage on.
Video Captures California Officer Fatally Shooting ManA police officer fatally wounded a man Friday during a struggle outside a California convenience store that was captured on video by a bystander.
Live Instagram Video Leads Police To Suspect In KillingA teenager suspected of a killing who was named one of Texas' 10 Most Wanted fugitives was caught in Los Angeles on Tuesday after posting a live video on social media, police said.
California Legislators Approve 'Sanctuary State' BillCalifornia lawmakers approved a "sanctuary state" bill on Saturday that would put new restrictions on interactions between local law enforcement and federal immigration authorities, drawing the ire of federal officials who argued the legislation prioritizes politics over public safety.
Berkeley Loosens Rules On Police Pepper-Spraying ProtestersFor the first time in 20 years, police in the city of Berkeley can use pepper spray on violent demonstrators.
Theft Ring Stretching From California To Maryland Stopped A Decade LaterLaw enforcement agencies broke up a decade-old theft ring that stretched from California to Frederick, Maryland.
Teen Tells Judge He Bought Tiger Cub On Streets Of MexicoA California teenager who says he bought a Bengal tiger cub on the streets of Tijuana for $300 was arrested when he tried to bring it into the United States in his 2017 Chevy Camaro.
Marshawn Lynch Sits Once Again During National AnthemOakland Raiders running back Marshawn Lynch once again sat during the national anthem.

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