If you live in Berkeley, Oakland, Fremont, Hayward or anywhere nearby, be prepared.
The findings of a recent poll suggest many Californians disagree with Governor Jerry Brown's 'sanctuary' law.
Authorities say Jennifer Hart, the mother of the six children who drove off a cliff in California, was drunk when the incident occurred.
A three-judge panel will hear the administration's defense that an executive order threatening to cut funding from so-called "sanctuary states" was legal.
The earthquake occurred some 23 miles from the Channel Island and 85 miles west of Los Angeles.
Fernando Maldonado fled the country days before he was convicted on 23 counts of child molestation.
"Everyone was figuring out what to do. I was trying to stay calm and see what I could do. Everybody is shocked.”
The vehicle stopped 70 feet away from the cliff before it accelerated and plunged over the edge.
Three children and two adults were killed in the crash.
Orange County Supervisor Michelle Steel called California's so-called sanctuary laws "totally unconstitutional."
“We have never seen this level of damage to a Model X in any other crash,” Tesla said.
"We're prepared to do what we must to protect California from a deficient census," Attorney General Xavier Becerra said.
The powerful storm dumped rain throughout the state for three days.
The launch created an extremely rare, perfectly circular shock wave.
The disturbing footage shows the officers shooting and killing 22-year-old Stephon Clark.
Clark, 22, was pronounced dead at the scene after two officers fired multiple shots at him.
The ACLU is opposing the possible ordinance in Los Alamitos, a small city in California's Orange County.
Dr. Randal Haworth also was accused of using illicit drugs and performing surgeries he may not have been fit to conduct after receiving treatment for eye cancer.
"This horrible tragedy is the direct result of ICE's inhumane tactics," ACLU Southern California's Director of Immigrant Rights Jennie Pasquarella said.
"While Donald Trump fixates on walls, California will continue to concentrate on opportunities," said Senate President pro tempore Kevin de León.