In addition to highlighting the potential dangers of internet dating, the case suggests that even if sex-trafficking victims are usually women, troubled young gay men are vulnerable to sexual predators too.
Former solar engineer Dane Wigington believes chemtrails are to blame for the state's record dry spell—and a surprising number of people agree.
This short film contains some of the few audio recordings of Charles Manson since he's been incarcerated. It features the psychedelic art of Leah Shore and voice of Manson parsing everything from God to suicide.
The realtor told me the place is so trashed no bank will finance a mortgage, so that's $350,000 in cash—and people are apparently willing to pay.
Even the air felt different.
The man decided to do the right thing and return the money, so now he's got free pizza for a year. But all he really ever wanted were wings.
But the big news may be that Las Vegas has water to spare in the first place.
Stuart Swezey's Desolation Center shows were illicit desert festivals—drug-addled parties for LA punks which would influence Coachella and Lollapalooza and then disappear as quickly as they came.
What will happen in state prisons if the "big homies" who run gangs are released from solitary as part of a legal settlement?
Homes Not Jails scouts out empty buildings in the city and turns them into squats for those who can't afford to pay San Francisco's steep rent.
Students at several high-level California high schools believe that as much as the achievement culture needs to be reconsidered, it's the support the academic community provides that needs improvement.
After a prisoner hunger strike and a lawsuit, the authorities will no longer be able to throw inmates in solitary just for allegedly belonging to a gang.
"The train is set up to to be with your friends, to drink wine, and to have a good time... Who were we offending?"
A California woman claims that consumers who bought shrimp from Costco should receive a refund because the retail giant didn't disclose its suppliers' shady labor practices.
Residents in California's Bay Area woke up to a 4.0-magnitude earthquake on Monday morning, followed by five aftershocks, all of which were under 2.5-magnitude.
Underneath the grandeur of nature, the struggles of small-town life are found.
Is this a Watcher-style threat? Or just the work of some unruly, but particularly creative, teens?
A new law will fine marijuana grows that create environmental damages, like polluting local rivers and cutting down trees.
Also this week: A cop pulled a gun on a guy who was filming him.
Surveillance video footage also shows the officers joking about kicking the dispensary manager, an amputee, "in her fucking nub."
The Lunada Bay Boys have been assaulting outsiders since the 1960s—and local police won't do anything to stop it.
A spate of shootings in South LA since the emergence of the social media slogan—which refers to alleged plans by rival gangs to see who can rack up 100 kills first—has residents on edge.
As part of drought controls imposed across California, inmates in the state's overcrowded prison system—some of whom depend on showers to wash their clothes—are feeling the difference.
Recreational marijuana legalization could grant California's small-time pot growers their long-awaited day in the sun, provided they don't get pushed aside by the arrival of big money players with political clout.