Nearly 14% of all fully vaccinated adults 18 and older across the state have received a booster shot, according to CDC.
Flooding was reported across the San Francisco Bay Area while the National Weather Service's Sacramento office warned of "potentially historic rain."
Expected heavy rainfall could ease wildfire threats in some regions but could also cause mudslides in areas cleared by wildfire.
Vanessa Bryant and others who lost family members in the January 2020 helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant sued Los Angeles County over leaked photos of the crash scene that were allegedly shared.
Navy officials had been searching for the bodies of five crew members who died when an MH-60S Seahawk helicopter crashed into the sea on Aug. 31.
California Attorney General Rob Bonta says investigators will work to find the cause of the oil spill and whether anything could have been done to prevent the spill.
Stealthing can result in pregnancy or the transmission of a sexually transmitted disease, but advocates say removal is itself a violation. Victims will be able to sue the perpetrators in civil court.
The 2-1 decision from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit said California's law doesn't circumvent federal authority when it comes to immigration issues.
Federal, state and local agencies are racing to determine the cause of the spill, which is at least 13 square miles in size.
Gov. Gavin Newsom signs a bill that will return a plot of beachfront land along the Southern California coast to the family of a Black couple who lost it to eminent domain.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed AB 701 on Wednesday. It aims to address the impact of speed quotas on warehouse worker injuries and health.
California homes are burning. Why are they still increasing in value in regions prone to fire?
More containment on the fire near Lake Tahoe means that some residents have been able to return, but a rash of new "suspicious" fires erupted over Labor Day weekend, officials say.
An estimated 50,000 people have been evacuated as the Caldor Fire rages on. Shelters are filling up and hotel rooms are hard to find, leaving evacuees struggling to cope with the uncertainty.
Northern California's Dixie Fire, which has destroyed hundreds of buildings and entire communities, is now considered the second largest in state history.