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This March 14, 2014 photo shows a photo exhibit entitled, "In Focus: Ansel Adams" at the J. .
Coratina olives hang from a tree at the Round Pound Estate with vineyards in the background in Rutherford, Calif.
The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center says it does not see a threat of powerful waves along the coasts of California, Oregon, Washington, Alaska or Hawaii due to a powerful earthquake off South America.
But its recovery is very slow, very geographically and socioeconomically uneven, and exacerbates the decline of a once-vibrant middle class and the evolution of a distinctly two-tiered society.
The Sonoma County Sheriff's Department reported Sunday that a black Labrador named Oreo somehow made its way half-way down a 90-foot cliff along the county's Pacific coast and couldn't get back up.
Drops of rain fell on Josephine Miller's 1920s bungalow - a watery relief in the midst of a punishing drought.
Attorneys general from five U.S. states plan to visit Mexico for three days starting March 24 to discuss cross-border crimes.
The indomitable drag legend Miss Coco Peru will be all over Southern California this month.
David Brenner, the lanky, toothy-grinned "Tonight Show" favorite whose brand of observational comedy became a staple for other standups, including Jerry Seinfeld and Paul Reiser, died Saturday.
Stetson Engineer Inc. Tuan Nguyen measures the depth of the key well of the San Gabriel Basin in Baldwin Park on Friday, Feb. 21, 2014.
Jim Brulte, chairman of the California Republican Party, speaks during a media conference Friday, March 14, 2014, at the California Republican Party 2014 Spring Convention in Burlingame, Calif.
California Gov. Jerry Brown speaks during a general session at the California Democrats State Convention on Saturday, March 8, 2014, in Los Angeles.
A state appellate court has ruled that California water officials cannot go onto private property for soil testing and other studies related to construction of two massive tunnels that would siphon water from the Sacramento River.
Parched hillsides, a dwindling supply of fresh water and summerlike temperatures have many worried.
A California teacher who was arrested two months ago for hoarding more than 400 snakes in his Orange County home has been charged with felony animal abuse.
A warming trend will begin in the Southland today, bringing downtown L.A. an early blast of summer with a high of 88 degrees Fahrenheit on Sunday before current temperature levels return on Thursday, National Weather Service forecasters said.