A spokesperson at the center told San Francisco Chronicles that it is "extremely rare to successfully reunite a pup with its mother" so everyone was delighted at the reunion.
An exotic fish that has a reputation for biting off men's testicles has been spotted in California. Their jaws are so strong, they can crack any hard-shelled nut with its bite.
A new bill allowing the organ tranplant from HIV-patient donor to HIV-positive patient in California unanimously approved by state legislature.
Official keep an eye as Lake Mead water level shrinks to its lowest level in all time.
California lifts mandatory water conservation but does not signal the end of drought.
If you're a tech-savvy and a fan of the outer space, mark the date from April 22 to April 24 because that's when NASA's International Space Apps Challenge is going to happen.
There is more to being a model than smiling to a camera and walking on a runway.
The Bay Bridge in San Francisco was briefly closed on Sunday morning due to a wild chase between the California Highway Patrol (CHP) Officers and an unlikely suspect--a chihuahua.
A rare Pacific seahorse was recently caught on camera off the coast of California, likely brought to the area by unusually warm El Niño waters.
Numerous California songbirds known as pine siskins have been found dead from a communicable disease known as Salmonellosis. As a result, state officials urge people to remove artificial food sources such as birdbaths and feeders.
Mysterious environmental factors combined to create a rare effect at Yosemite National Park's Horsetail Falls earlier this month.
Bum, a cross-eyed cat from California, was abandoned at five months old and brought to the San Diego Humane Society. With only one look at him, Courtney Morman was smitten and decided to rescue the funny-looking feline, who has proven to be nothing less than loveable and fun. Morman recently created an Instagram for her kitten in hopes of encouraging people to adopt pets from shelters, too.
An earthquake that starts out in one spot could more easily than thought leap to a nearby fault and create double earthquakes, as happened in Pakistan in 1997, says a new study. This could have impacts for Los Angeles.
A monarch butterfly's wing patterns may ultimately provide clues as to where it was born. This could help researchers learn more about the iconic creatures' annual migration.