A tire shop and church were damaged overnight by fire.
Krispy Kreme made its return to Kern County, opening its doors early Tuesday morning.
From 2004 to 2013, about 5 million people moved out of California, according to information released by the Internal Revenue Service.
Doughnut lovers have camped out in front of Krispy Kreme, eagerly anticipating Tuesday’s grand opening.
A review from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that from 1977 to 2015, textbook prices have risen more than 1,000 percent.
The Highway 178 pedestrian overpass is projected to be complete early next year. The old pedestrian overpass was demolished more than a year ago, and some people wonder why the new bridge isn't finished.
Kern County agriculture officials now report a total of nine people sought medical care after a possible pesticide exposure near Lost Hills, and up to 40 more workers were affected but released before ag crews got to the scene.
Gov. Jerry Brown has ordered the creation of a new security center that will be responsible for strengthening online security to prevent cyber-attacks on state agencies.
Even after several patients died of overdoses, a California doctor charged in their deaths kept passing out prescriptions for powerful painkillers in appointments that lasted as little as three minutes, often without physical exams and despite red flags that she could be feeding addictions, a prosecutor told jurors Monday.
A federal appeals court considering whether California's death penalty is unconstitutional because of excessive delays focused Monday on procedural issues over whether a novel legal theory had been addressed by the state Supreme Court.
Lawmakers have rejected a bill that would block California cities and counties from giving parking tickets to people found sleeping in legally parked cars.
Immigration agents arrested more than 240 people with criminal records during a four-day sting in Southern California, authorities said Monday in a show of force that comes as fewer people are being deported.
California lawmakers on Monday advanced a bill to ban schools, parks and other public property from being named after elected leaders or senior military officers of the Confederacy.
Two California City men have been arrested on suspicion of carrying out a series of robberies.
Authorities in Sacramento, California, say two men were arrested after sharing video of their crimes online.