More than 100 animals were rescued by the Central California Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (CCSPCA) after being alerted of their harsh conditions in a no-kill animal shelter in Orange Cove.
California is taking a major step in ending the world's problem on climate change. Last week, the California Assembly and Senate passed Senate Bill 32 and Assembly Bill 197, which would result to a 40 percent cut in the state's greenhouse gas emission once they take into effect.
California Department of Fish and Wildlife investigates the death of three sea otters washed ashore on the Santa Cruz Coast, offering a $10,000 reward for those with information regarding their shooter.
Officials from the Fish and Game Commission of California on Friday has unanimously voted to list the northern spotted owl (Strix occidentalis) under the California Endangered Species Act.
Scientists led an underwater expedition to explore the sunken USS Independence sitting at the bottom of the Pacific Ocean near the coast of Northern California.
Northern California, Western Oregon and the Great Plains are likely to suffer the highest exposure to wildlfire smoke.
Almost 90,000 residents flee as fire continue to spread terror across Cajon Pass in San Bernardino Country.
Wild fire in California continues to burn, forcing thousands to evacuate away from their homes.
The population of rare island foxes in California, after being in the brink of extinction, is now recovering at a rapid rate.
The wildfire has prompted the local government to order the evacuation of thousands of people in the northern area of Los Angeles.
U.S. Forest Service reported more than 26 million dead trees over the past eight months, adding to the 60 million confrimed dead trees between 2010 and October 2015.
Aside from death of trees, drought may also lead to decline in wildlife and even human population.
Scientists recorded for the first time, the movements in areas surrounding the San Andreas Fault. The said areas are said to be rising and sinking at two to three millimeters each year.
While lesser known than the San Andreas fault, the San Jacinto fault also poses a threat to millions of Californians, particularly those living in San Bernardino.