No traffic lights and days of darkness. Here's how life has changed inside Northern California's power shutoff
(CNN) — California's biggest utility has cut power to hundreds of thousands of residents to prevent wildfires, catching some by surprise despite months of warnings. A forecast of strong winds is posing
With Santa Ana winds bringing red-flag fire danger to Southern California, the Los Angeles Police Department plans to remove some homeless people from camps in high-risk areas. LAPD spokesman Josh Rubenstein
California lawmakers today passed a bill placing a three-year state-wide moratorium on the use of facial recognition technology by law enforcement agencies. AB 1215, The Body Camera Accountability Act,
Although nearly 10 percent of San Francisco lives in the Outer Sunset, the area lays claim to low-rise zoning and one of the largest portions of single-family homes in the city. That, according to housing
A wide view of the map shows much of Northern California will have its power shut off starting late Tuesday night. (Continue clicking or swiping through the gallery for a closer look.) After days of warning,
The concept of “deepfakes,” those strange, AI-created videos made to simulate real people or even people who don’t exist in frequently unrealistic or pornographic situations, is alarming enough. Now Deeptrace
Are you wondering about those updated per diem rates? The new per-diem numbers are now out, effective October 1, 2019. These numbers are to be used for per-diem allowances paid to any employee on or after
Click or swipe through the gallery above for the 25 coolest things to see and do along the California coast that aren't beaches. It's risky to admit out loud, lest you be ostracized — especially in California
The most comprehensive study to date of microplastics in California has turned up a mind-boggling amount of plastic particles in the San Francisco bay. An estimated 7tn pieces of microplastics flow into
Facing a deepening quagmire over homeless encampments, Los Angeles elected officials are increasingly looking to sweeping statewide initiatives to shake loose solutions. The latest proposal from Los Angeles
Some San Franciscans Are Trying to Get Rid of Homeless People with Boulders. Here’s How That's Going.
Some well-to-do San Franciscans trying to stop homeless people from sleeping in their neighborhood decided to invest in 24 large boulders to block a stretch of sidewalk. The boulders first appeared on
Developers spent four years pushing to build a mixed-use building with 60 apartments next to the San Francisco Armory and finally prevailed in July. But now they’ve run into additional opposition as neighbors
As surging numbers of people bed down on the streets of Los Angeles, politicians have faced radically different demands from residents and activists on how to react to the spread of ramshackle encampments.