It would not be an odd sight in the spring. But there is something depressing about a closed ski slope in the middle of winter. The trails are bare and grassy. The chairlifts just hang there, waving a little with the breeze.
Lawmakers, veterans and community leaders plan to hold a news conference Thursday to call on a man to remove a display of poster-size swastikas outside his Sacramento home.
A new poll finds nearly all Californians think the state's drought is serious -- and there's growing support for mandatory water rationing.
A special camp at three North Lake Tahoe ski areas is providing winter sports instruction to 18 "wounded warriors" free of charge.
Pharmaceutical companies would be required to disclose the cost of making medications, and their profit from the drugs, under a bill introduced this week by a California lawmaker.