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The California Chamber of Commerce represents more than 13,000 businesses, from companies such as Microsoft and Walt Disney, to local companies with small numbers of employees.
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Supporters of the Affordable Care Act encouraged people to promote health insurance at Thanksgiving family gatherings.
Fire officials say a California woman who survived a blaze that killed her husband and two of her children has been released from the hospital.
Tulare County Agricultural and Standards inspector Christopher Greer collects frozen oranges for future inspection during a cold snap affecting the San Joaquin Valley citrus crop Friday, Dec. 6, 2013 in Traver, Calif.
For Diane Long, the possibilities are staggering in matching up California’s trade and investment power with that of China.
A man linked to a Mexican drug cartel will be sentenced Friday in San Diego after pleading guilty to attempted murder in a plot to kill a couple in Southern California.
LOS ANGELES -- Stumped about that holiday gift for your niece or grandson? Forget the tablet.
Nearly as many California voters now approve of job the Legislature is doing as those who don't, the best public view of the elected representatives working under the state Capitol's golden dome, according to a statewide Field Poll released Friday.
Many Californians continue to struggle through the incredibly-slow economic recovery wages in many areas are stagnant, employment opportunities are difficult to find and November tax hikes and Obamacare stand as further obstacles to any growth.
A Memphis murder suspect who fled to California was arrested by U.S. Marshals this week and is awaiting extradition to Tennessee, the U.S. Marshals Service announced Thursday.
Pine needles collect on the windshield of a long abandoned motor home in Seneca.
If Jerry Brown runs for an unprecedented fourth term as governor of the Golden State, he would trounce all three likely Republican challengers in June's open primary, according to a new Field Poll.
An unusually cold night in California threatens citrus growers' crops. Renee Montagne talks to Jim Churchill about measures being taken to save oranges and avocados.
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Doctors at a Northern California hospital say a couple has given birth to a rare set of naturally conceived identical triplets.
California has done it again. The state's lawmakers approved a bill which permits public K-12 schools to allow transgender students who feel like they belong in the opposite sex to choose which restrooms and locker-rooms they use.