PG and E CEO to leave
PG and E CEO Geisha Williams is leaving as California's largest utility owner nears bankruptcy
Sea is the limit for Spain's first blind female surfer
Carmen Lopez has been training hard to become Spain’s first blind female athlete to enter the World Adaptive Surfing Championship in La Jolla, California, on Wednesday.
California regulators said to signal no bankruptcy interest in PG&E
California utility company PG&E soared in late trading after Bank of America said fees about the company's link to wildfires are overdone and default worries are overstated. Moody's though, has cut PG&E to BAA3 and says the stock may be downgraded to junk.
At least 42 killed in northern California wildfire, now deadliest in state history - sheriff
Remains have been recovered from at least 42 people killed by a devastating wildfire that largely incinerated the town of Paradise in northern California, making it the deadliest in state history, the Butte County sheriff said on Monday.
California Ravaged by wildfires driven by winds, drought
California is battling the most destructive wildfires in the state's history that could potentially cause at least $19 billion in damages.
At least 31 dead as California wildfires rage
The death toll from wildfires raging in California rises to 31 after six more people were found killed in what is poised to become the deadliest wildfire in state history.
13-year-old attacked by shark in California
Encinitas Marine Safety Captain Larry Giles says a 13-year-old boy was attacked by a shark on Saturday near a popular surfing spot in Encinitas, north of San Diego, California.
California church to offer beer during services
California church to offer beer during services the greater purpose community church in Santa Cruz says it will serve beer and wine during Sunday services.