U.S. Senators today called University of California President Janet Napolitano to testify about what UC has done to combat sexual assault.
First it was chickens. Now goats seem to be making the transition from barnyard to backyard in some West Coast cities. But the animals are still illegal within Sacramento city limits.
UPDATE: 6:12 p.m. - The blaze is holding at 2,303 acres and is now 50 percent contained. Evacuation warnings have been downgraded to advisories and residents are returning home.
Ozone levels have reached 'unhealthy' levels in Sacramento and surrounding counties due to triple digit heat and lack of wind.
(AP) - California transportation officials say they'll need to the end of September - and about $5 million - to fully reopen the desert highway where flash flooding washed out a bridge.