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Black people in California stopped far more often by police, major study proves
Black people in California were stopped by police officers much more frequently than other racial groups in 2018, and police were more likely to use force against them, new statistics from eight large law enforcement agencies in the state reveal.
Environmental group seeks California ban on 'super-toxic' rat poisons
An environmental group launched legal action seeking to ban commercial use of “super-toxic” rat poisons in California, citing data showing the products pose a grave threat to a dozen endangered species and other wildlife.
Four dead after attack at California backyard party
Four people were shot dead in Fresno, California, after suspects entered a backyard party and fired into the crowd, police said.
California wildfire breaks out near Warner Brothers Studios in Hollywood
Firefighters in California worked overnight to battle a blaze that broke out Saturday in Los Angeles, California, near Warner Brothers Studios near Hollywood.
California firefighters ready for battle again as Santa Ana winds whip up new wildfires
Fast-moving Santa Ana winds are expected to blast through the southern US state of California on Wednesday, whipping up new wildfires after a brief respite for firefighters on Tuesday.
Powerful winds further spread 'historic' California blaze
Powerful winds fanned Calfornia's biggest wildfire Sunday, threatening the city of Santa Rosa and forcing the evacuation of tens of thousands of people.
Millions face power cuts as California fires spread
Californian officials warned on Saturday that "historic and extreme" wind conditions were set to fan raging wildfires in the north of the state as millions of residents face power cuts.
'Unacceptable' power cuts blasted as California fire risk spreads south
Hundreds of thousands of Californians were still without electricity due to preemptive blackouts as hot, windy conditions causing wildfires spread south toward Los Angeles, in a situation blasted as ‘unacceptable’ by the state's governor.
California man dies in seventh vaping-related illness
A California man has become the seventh person to die from a vaping-related illness in the US.
Trump impeachment fight looms over freshmen Dems at home in California
It didn't take long for freshman Rep. Katie Porter to get the question that's been roiling House Democrats this summer: Should Congress impeach President Donald Trump?
4 dead, 2 wounded in stabbings in US state of California
A man who was "full of anger" went on a two-hour stabbing and robbery rampage in the US state of California, killing four people and wounding two others, authorities said Wednesday.
4 dead, 2 wounded in stabbings in US state of California
A man who was "full of anger" went on a two-hour stabbing and robbery rampage in the US state of California, killing four people and wounding two others, authorities said Wednesday.
Reagan calls African UN delegates 'monkeys' in newly unearthed audio
In a recently emerged audio recording from 1971, then-California Governor Ronald Reagan can be heard disparaging African delegates to the United Nations as “monkeys” during a phone call with US President Richard Nixon.
California governor blasts Trump for 'culture of gun violence'
California Governor Gavin Newsom (D) has blamed US President Donald Trump and the Republican Party for a “culture of gun violence” following a deadly shooting in the state.

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