Those who do travel across state lines are encouraged to quarantine for 14 days.
Two days before his release date, the inmate fire crew member, who suffered a "traumatic neck injury" while fighting fires, was told he would taken to a detention center.
One user shared an image of cars waiting for coronavirus tests about 25 minutes away from SpaceX HQ and called Musk out for getting four tests in a day.
Billions of dollars will now be pumped into the state's stem cell agency, with scientists hoping their research will help people with conditions from Alzheimer's disease to epilepsy.
Mike Grant wrote a now-deleted post on Facebook that included a picture of a 17-year-old Black student who helped organize the event in Dublin, California.
A "higher number than expected" of inconclusive test results has left millions of patients waiting days for results the state vowed to return within 24 to 48 hours.
A former Sonoma County deputy has been arrested on suspicion of manslaughter and assault by a public officer after a car-theft suspect was killed following a high-speed vehicle chase.
Uber, Lyft and other app-based work companies say the passage of Proposition 22 in California, which allows drivers to be classified as independent contractors instead of employees, will save the industry—and jobs. But not everyone's convinced it's a good deal for gig workers.
Injuries happened while the officers' fellow policemen were dealing with election night looting.
California voters approved a ballot measure allowing gig economy firms Uber and Lyft to continue to treat drivers as contractors, not employees. For labor activists, the battle is far from over.
The Los Angeles Police Department said "a large and unruly crowd" gathered near the Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles on Tuesday night.
Sami Wahab, the owner of the Reliance Market in San Francisco, said he found one discarded mail ballot after a thief broke into a mailbox outside his store.
Residents of Roseville described feeling "scared and extremely upset" after the dots appeared days before the election.
There were no arrests as a parade of Trump supporters met with counter-protests in Marin City on Sunday.
The California governor received backlash on Twitter for announcing his kids are going back to in-person instruction at a private school, while many school districts remain closed.
Newsom told FOX 11 that another Trump presidency would mean "more of the same."
The new ad features the song "Only the Young" with footage of protests and calls for people to "run" to the polls after four years of marching.
Police are investigating an incident showing a Cal State University San Bernardino law enforcement officer brandishing his gun at a fellow officer.
Firefighters continue to battle 22 wildfires across the state, according to the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection (Cal Fire).
Scientists are investigating the possibility the weight of the ancient lake may have caused more frequent, large ruptures on the fault.
Katie and Robbie Peacock have a Joe Biden flag flying outside their residence in Lafayette, California.
There are 18 large active fires burning in California, which have collectively burned over 2.2 million acres, according to the National Interagency Fire Center.
Footage shows employees reassuring a voter that it was safe to drop off a ballot in the back of the store.
Man struck at the fast food outlet in Fresno, California, on Tuesday night.
The fire has burned through 11,199 acres and is only 5 percent contained.
Pacific Gas & Electric has begun to restore power to homes after it blacked out an estimated one million people in northern California as windstorm sparks wildfire warnings.
The marginal state and local tax rates under Biden's tax proposal would be the highest they have been since 1986.
More than 90,000 people have been told to evacuate areas south of Los Angeles, as fires burn more than 10,000 acres.
The fire spread from about 10 acres to 2,000 in about four hours.