West Coast Baking Under Extreme Heat As First Day Of Summer LoomsThe heatwave is expected to stay until the end of the week. Last year, the heat caused more deaths nationwide than any other weather condition.
Doctors Worry Parents May Underestimate Risk Of Teenage Pot UseA new report from the American Academy of Pediatrics found as more states legalize the drug for adult use, more teenagers think it's safe.
Scores Rescued From Northern California FloodwatersIn San Jose, at least 225 residents were taken to dry land and rinsed with soap and water to prevent them from being sickened by floodwaters from the Coyote Creek that had traveled through engine fuel, garbage, debris and over sewer lines, San Jose Fire Capt. Mitch Matlow said.
Thefts Spike As Thieves Harness Technology To Get Inside Locked Cars, Experts SayNow, some criminals are using technology to get inside modern-day vehicles -- which might explain a small spike in thefts.
East Of Los Angeles, A Massive Blaze Pushes Firefighters To Their LimitA lot of southern California families are going to come home to nothing -- that's the grim news from fire officials battling California's newest wildfire east of Los Angeles.
New Desk Allows People To Lie Down On Job While Continuing To WorkA new desk is allowing workers to literally lie down on the job.
Hundreds Pay Respects At Private Funeral For Former First Lady Nancy ReaganNancy Reagan was set to be buried next to her husband Friday night, after hundreds of people gathered for her funeral services at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library in hill country northwest of Los Angeles.