This month, Oakland's City Council approved a program that aims to give people of color a better chance at entering the state's legal cannabis industry. But will other states make similar efforts to make the green economy less white?
And making a couple of lawyers very rich in the process.
We touched on the recent removal of the police chief, racist text messages, and Donald Trump.
The museum in San Bernardino, California, is filled with all manner of McDonald's memorabilia—old Happy Meal toys, photos of early employees, even a straw wrapper from the original restaurant.
"In order to get people to listen to you around here, you actually have to tell them you're the damn devil."
San Andreas hasn't relieved any pressure in over a century, making it "locked, loaded, and ready to go."
The father was shot over a dozen times, and the mother was killed with a single shot to the head.
The Republican frontrunner's first rally in Orange County offered a glimpse at just how ugly the upcoming general race could get.
In San Francisco it's pretty much impossible to get a license to carry a gun, but that doesn't mean you can't find nearby classes that will teach you how to do so.
For decades, California DAs covered up unethical deals with jailhouse informants, and now they want a promotion.
Leslie Van Houten has been in prison for 46 years now.
Frequent urine tests, controversial scanners, and false positives make for a dark scene.
Talking to the filmmakers behind a powerful new documentary about one of the most notorious criminal justice excesses in American history.
Alexis Vaughn toured the inside of LA's best murder house in January. These old artifacts (and the ghosts?) have since been cleared out.
A San Quentin inmate talks about watching the minutes tick away on his life.
Venture capital firms have pumped more than $100 million into Juicero, a company that promises to "disrupt" the juice industry with a very, very expensive appliance.
Governor Jerry Brown announced the tentative deal Monday after LA and San Francisco made moves of their own.
This morning, two suicide bombers who attacked Brussels yesterday were named, a cop called Ted Cruz's comments about Muslim neighborhood patrols "foolish," a Tribe Called Quest's Phife Dawg has died, and more.
To mark the UN's World Water Day I caught up with the photographer to talk about how different cultures perceive water, its exploitation, and the challenges to preserve our planet's most vital resource.
The answer is "basically never," even if you freak some people out by sending letters about how hundreds of CIA agents are watching you.
The woman's current whereabouts are unclear, though she's probably haunting an old amusement park to scare away prospective buyers or something.
One Alhambra resident calls the noises "the booms." Another says they're "much too loud to be a firework."
Three people were stabbed and a dozen arrested after the Saturday melee, though all five KKK members have since been released.
Watch the trailer for this Friday's episode from season four of our HBO show, airing March 4 at 11PM.