A year ago, some Californians thought this day would never come.
But, after being battered by weeks of record-setting rain, the vast majority of the state is out of drought.
According to the latest U.S. Drought Monitor report, less than 20% of the state faces any drought conditions and no place in California faces “extreme” or “exceptional” drought.Read more
Despite its high profile as a political issue and the angry debates and spirited protests it inspires, immigration was not at the top of priorities for Latinos surveyed recently, the Pew Research Center said in a report released Thursday.
The survey, which was conducted before Donald Trump’s inauguration, explored how Latinos viewed their status in the U.S.Read more
U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris (D-Calif.) will tour Lake Oroville on Thursday as crews continue to repair the reservoir’s damaged spillways.
“While touring the dam, I will be briefed on how this happened and how we can prevent this from happening again from state officials and the National Guard,” she wrote on Facebook.Read more
A day after an off-duty Los Angeles police officer fired his gun during a confrontation with a group of teenagers in Anaheim, videos purportedly showing the encounter spread online, prompting questions about the officer’s actions.
No one was injured by the gunfire, but the images — posted on YouTube and Facebook — sparked a flurry of phone calls and emails to Anaheim police, who are investigatingRead more
The Trump administration announced Wednesday that it is dropping federal protections for transgender students, causing concern among LGBT advocates and students throughout the country.
Here’s a Q&A on the consequences of the new White House policy for local schools.
What does this mean for students in California?Read more
More than 300 people protested on the streets of Anaheim on Wednesday night after an off-duty Los Angeles police officer fired his gun during an altercation with teenagers in the city, an incident that was caught on video.Read more