A toddler playing in a San Francisco public park was nearly killed from fentanyl poisoning. If paramedics hadn't arrived as quickly as they had and administered Narcan, he would have likely died, authorities say.
Before and after billionaire Elon Musk acquired the social media company Twitter, he'd been invited by Texas Governor Greg Abbott and others to relocate its headquarters to the Lone Star State.
For the first time in months, California's 7-day COVID-19 test positivity rate reached 10.8 percent over the last week, indicating increased spread of the virus as state officials report a rise in COVID-19 hospitalizations.
Many of the companies promising "net-zero" emissions to protect the climate are relying on vast swaths of forests and what are known as carbon offsets to meet that goal.
The nation is beefing up its power grids for the transition to fueling everything from cars to home cooling systems with electricity, and addressing hazards along the way.
Despite posting the lowest unemployment rate in at least 46 years, the state of California had more people on the federal food stamp program in 2022 than ever.
California is number one in the country for dollars spent on camping, hiking, climbing, and biking, according to the latest federal data.
Amid the pandemic, one city of Berkeley firefighter made gross pay of $702,941 over two years.
The Biden Administration announced Monday it would award Pacific Gas & Electric $1.1 billion in federal funding to extend operation of the Diablo Canyon Power Plant, the state's last nuclear power plant.
After an all-day hearing Thursday, the California Coastal Commission approved a permit for a desalination plant in Monterey County despite acknowledging the project poses significant environmental justice concerns and could result in increased costs for residents.