"I urge all of you living in Florida to join the fight—or join us in California, where we still believe in freedom," the California governor said in his ad.
The drag show event was initially cancelled due to security concerns but went ahead after support from the local community.
About 1.8 million people identify as LGBT in Texas, according to a recent analysis of Census Bureau survey data.
"This does not sound like a description of one of the worst-run cities in the country," said City Controller Ben Rosenfield and Chief Economist Ted Egan.
The California Department of Justice says the leak included "names, date of birth, gender, race, driver's license number, addresses, and criminal history."
Pastor Jared Pozarnsky justified his comments about pancakes with passages from the Bible.
The vulture-mimicking bird of prey is sometimes spotted in southern parts of the U.S., but has been gradually moving north in recent years.
The authorities' initial attempts to coax Oscar, the 100-lb tortoise, out of the way with watermelon pieces were unsuccessful.
Personal information, including concealed carry weapons holders' full names, date of birth and home addresses could be accessed.
Police have now launched an investigation into the death of Mercedes Marie Mingo, 37.
Mileena Prows, 24, now sails the world with her husband Samuel, 25, and their adorable "sailing" cat, Rusty
Temperatures have soared, with many states experiencing droughts so severe that scientists predict that wildfire season may soon last all year.
The attack on 62-year-old Steve Bruemmer caused him to lose a "tremendous amount of blood" but he is expected to make a full recovery.
Taxpayers will receive direct payments as part of a $17 billion "inflation relief" package to help offset the high price of gas and other goods.
He'd reportedly not seen his child in nearly a year due to a restraining order filed against him by the mother.
Democratic state leaders denounced the Supreme Court's decision on Roe v. Wade while emphasizing support of abortion rights.
The young women, aged 18 to 21, were from Van Nuys, California, and were with their granddad in Guatemala when their vehicle was struck in a hit-and-run.
The bear scratched the woman's face in "broad daylight" and knocked her to the floor after she left the door open.
Los Angeles was gripped by an intense thunderstorm that caused heavy rain and lightning strikes in the early hours of Wednesday.
Following the woman's death, local authorities urged residents to remain indoors while storms passed through southern California.
Abraham was charged on June 2 following an alleged assault outside a popular Los Angeles bar in January.
The Pacific Grove Police Department said that a drone was deployed following the attack, but there haven't been any additional sightings of the shark.
Footage from CCTV shows the coyote grabbing the terrier by the neck and dragging her around the yard.
The two bears are seen running toward each other in the carport, then crashing into each other growling as both bears stood on their hind legs.
Lake Oroville, one of the largest reservoirs in California, is at 55 percent of its water capacity due to severe droughts.
The Los Angeles Fire Department confirmed it had assigned 100 firefighters to deal with the fire.
After fleeing the scene, the suspect reportedly begged God for forgiveness and cut himself with a knife.
Police said a man drove a vehicle into the airport on Friday and entered the International Terminal, where he attacked three men.
The bear entered the home through a window and "proceeded to destroy the house looking for food," according to the California Highway Patrol on Thursday.