Hundreds of families have yet to turn in income verification forms in Los Angeles, San Diego, Fresno and elsewhere, The Los Angeles Times reported Tuesday.
Firefighters have stopped the forward progress of a wildfire in Ventura County that was fanned by strong Santa Ana winds.
A seventh woman is alleging she was sexually assaulted by a West Sacramento police officer while he was on duty.
A fire erupted Tuesday morning at a strip mall in Delano.
Residents of Arvin and Lamont say they want Kern County to keep the pressure on the composting facility where two brothers lost their lives.
A Burlington Northern Santa Fe freight train derailed Tuesday morning in the Golden Hills area near Tehachapi. Several boxcars came off the tracks, with at least one tumbling down a snowy hill.
More jobs, big business and higher pay. Those are a few of the hot topics up for discussion at a conference Tuesday, which will focus on the city's financial future.
A local businessman has stepped up to offer bus service between Bakersfield and Los Angeles International Airport.
A former official in the Los Angeles suburb of Bell has been convicted of corruption in a case that drove the blue-collar city to the brink of bankruptcy.
The wife of one of the Crisp & Cole Associates principals is expected to change her court plea. A change of plea hearing has been set Dec. 16 for Jennifer Crisp, the wife of former Bakersfield real estate mogul David Crisp.
California citrus growers say six nights of freezing temperatures will likely damage this year's orange crop but no disruption is expected to supplies.
Some lanes of southbound Highway 99 will be closed Tuesday for "pavement rehabilitation operations," according to Caltrans.
The 85-year-old U.S. veteran who was detained for weeks by North Korea said Monday that the videotaped confession in which he apologized for killing North Koreans during the war was given involuntarily and under duress.
City workers said they check underground sewers on a regular basis and believe other possible trouble spots can be repaired before there's another big sinkhole like the one Friday at 1st and L streets.
A 27-year-old Southern California man who admitted hacking into hundreds of social media and email accounts to get women to pose naked for him has been sentenced to five years in federal prison.