After a unanimous vote today by the CPUC, homeowners get smaller payments from utilities, which solar companies say will slow construction of new rooftop solar projects. But new state incentives will be available.
At least one small Christmas miracle has already occurred in Ukiah this year, because when a 5-year-old girl said she wanted a "unicorn purse and night light," the universe gathered forces to grant her wish.
Four people reportedly died on Wednesday night when a driver crashed into a tree and the vehicle caught fire in Granite Bay, a city 25 miles northeast of Sacramento, the California Highway Patrol told multiple media outlets.
After a quiet flu season last year, influenza is now on the rise in California, and the state is in the "very high" category for virus transmission, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Amid the surge, you may be wondering if it's too late to get a flu shot.
Chico State’s Academic Senate voted 34-1 Wednesday to ask California State University trustees to conduct an independent investigation of their campus leadership’s handling of suspended Professor David Stachura’s sexual affair with a student and alleged threats to shoot colleagues.
Given the soaking rains Mendocino County received last week and the sunny skies being delivered this week, right now is a perfect time to visit local waterfalls. As proof, take the lovely one inside Russian Gulch State Park near Mendocino.
The 19-year-old Antioch resident and fast-food assistant manager was honored on Tuesday at Antioch City Hall for standing up to a man who was allegedly bullying a teenage customer who had special needs and was unable to protect himself.
Sheriff ends daytime patrols in Tehama, reflecting officer shortage throughout California and national trend. Law enforcement blames low pay and tougher regulations; lawmakers and civil rights advocates disagree.
California could receive more than $500 million from a $5.7 billion multistate agreement to settle a raft of lawsuits filed against Walgreens over the pharmacy chain's role in the opioid crisis, officials said.
At the Lawrence Livermore National Lab's $3.5 billion "ignition" facility, the size of three football fields, scientists produce powerful reactions by mashing together – or fusing – hydrogen atoms into helium, using lasers. The breakthrough brings the world closer to a future of dependable electric power, with no carbon emissions or radioactive meltdowns or waste.
Winter storms that doused California with much-needed rain and snow over the last week have managed to ease some dire drought conditions, but experts warned that the state still has a long way to go to truly reverse its historic dry streak.
Chico State Professor David Stachura told a colleague last year that he had bought a weapon and hollow-point bullets and spoke of committing a mass shooting on campus, the colleague, a lecturer, said during a campus Zoom meeting Monday afternoon.
The Supreme Court on Monday rejected a last-minute plea from the tobacco industry and cleared the way for California to enforce a statewide ban on the sale of most flavored tobacco products, including menthol cigarettes.
On Nov. 1, Kate Manriquez, whose first child is due in May, did what many women do a couple months into their pregnancies: She gave a blood sample at her doctor's office for a genetic test meant to help detect birth defects. More than a month later, 26-year-old Manriquez is still anxiously awaiting her results from California's state-run prenatal screening program.