There's a battle brewing over a beachside memorial wall in Santa Cruz..
A bill that would offer tax incentives to California-based movie and TV productions will be heard by a state senate committee.
Over two-hundred California National Guard troops are being pressed into service to fight a state wide outbreak of wildfires.
It's the end of an era for thrill riders.
A love story that may remind you of a Hollywood movie, but it's real.
Restaurants posted a sign prohibiting strollers, high chairs, booster seats, loud kids, and crying babies.
A little boy dreamed of being Batman and the City of San Francisco made it happen. Now, 5 year-old leukemia survivor Miles Scott, better known as "Batkid" may be headed to the big screen.
KC Pomering of G-Free Foodie talks about her website and what inspires its recipes. Then, KC shares her tips for picking the best, freshest figs.
California has collected millions of dollars in late "fire fees"... from homeowners living in rural fire-prone areas.
The California Red-Legged Frog has been named the official state amphibian.
The bill would require the seller to use a method of shipping that would make it hard for a teen to receive the order.
Wine and hard cider vendors can now offer tastings at farmers markets under certain conditions.
In Sacramento, a newly proposed round of regulations would increase water usage fines to up to 500-dollars.
New ways to increase student success rates.
An independent review continues into allegations that the California State Senate favors family and friends during hiring practices.
The three children who were kidnapped have been found safe.
Tips on keeping your garden looking great during drought conditions.
"We're not looking for welfare, we're looking for water," Valley Congressman Devin Nunes sat down with KSEE24 Sunrise anchors Tuesday morning to respond to the president's drought relief proposals.
Lawmakers gathered in Bakersfield today to pitch a piece of legislation aimed at combating the drought.
Speaker of the House John Boehner will visit Kern County Wednesday as Valley congressmen introduce emergency federal legislation aimed at easing the ongoing water crisis.
The San Jose store owner who sold the Mega Millions winning ticket in California gave a priceless interview upon learning the news.
It was a rude awakening for thousands of residents who felt a 4.1 earthquake that rattled the Valley.
Former Fresno City instructor Brian Calhoun spoke out today after learning his sentence.
Starting today, Californians have a new resource for getting health insurance. A new Covered California Call Center opened in Fresno Wednesday.
For thirty years Presidents, Vice Presidents and First Ladies flew on SAM 31681 and now it is joining the Castle Air Museum.
Drug traffickers driving millions worth of drugs through our Valley.