No charges will be filed against two Santa Ana police officers who killed a man and injured another in a shooting that followed a March car chase.
A Michigan man has been sentenced to five years in prison for traveling to San Diego with plans to kill two people he believed scammed him in an online romance.
A 91-year-old man has died after a Southern California bus crash — the second death from a series of crashes that injured dozens.
A woman who sued San Diego County over the release of an autopsy photo of her 2-year-old son has settled the privacy case for $125,000.
A Southern California police chief has apologized for a holiday party gag prize that included mug shots of intoxicated people.
McDonald's has agreed to pay $50,000 to settle a lawsuit that claimed it discriminated against a Muslim employee in Fresno who wasn't allowed to grow a beard.
A father who saw his son killed by Los Angeles police on live television filed a $20 million claim against the city Friday.
A San Francisco drug dealer has been sentenced to life in prison without the possibility of parole for the 2007 killing of a homeless woman whom she burned alive.
The chief financial officers of New York City and the state of California have asked Rio Tinto plc to sell its shares of the company behind the proposed Pebble Mine project in southwest Alaska.
A Las Vegas company that owns casinos in Nevada, Colorado, Iowa and Missouri fell victim to a cyberattack earlier this year, compromising the credit and debit card information of patrons at 11 sites, company officials said Friday.
The financially troubled city of Desert Hot Springs has decided to cut police and city employee salaries amid bankruptcy concerns.
Groups trying to overturn a new California law allowing transgender students to choose public school restrooms and sports teams that correspond with their expressed genders have filed a lawsuit claiming state officials are unfairly refusing to count signatures seeking a referendum.
Scott Smith, a veteran journalist in California's Central Valley, has been appointed correspondent for The Associated Press in Fresno.
A Kern County judge dismissed child molestation charges against a man because a prosecutor allegedly put a fabricated admission of guilt into a transcript of a translated interrogation.
A judge on Thursday decided to send a 12-year-old Fresno boy accused of helping beat and rob a World War II veteran to a rehabilitation program instead of a juvenile correctional facility.
San Luis Obispo County is now free of a pest that has been the scourge of the wine grape industry.
More than 1,500 staff and students at a Southern California high school were tested for tuberculosis after one student was diagnosed with the bacterial infection last month, health officials said Friday.
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San Francisco's top prosecutor is seeking to reclassify some crimes that could save money which could be used to fund crime prevention and mental health services.
A former youth camp leader in Northern California has been sentenced to 40 years in federal prison for making and distributing child pornography.
Two men who helped save six people from drowning in New York City during Superstorm Sandy are among the 20 people honored Friday by the Carnegie Hero Fund Commission with medals for their heroism.
A Central California man has been convicted of raping his two goddaughters and asking a jail inmate to kill them before they could testify at his trial.
The identity of the person whose Mega Millions ticket is worth half the $648 million jackpot remained a mystery Friday, but lottery officials said it's not unusual for big winners to delay claiming the prize while they seek advice about their new fortune.