Several people rushed to the aid of a man trapped beneath the snow following an avalanche on March 2 in Squaw Valley in northern California. The Placer County Sheriff’s Department confirmed that there were no fatalities or life-threatening injuries.
Suspect Gustavo Aranda, 25, of Chatsworth, Calif. entered a nail salon in Sherman Oaks and began hitting and punching three women. He also swung a chair and hit a victim until employees from a neighboring business arrived and apprehended the suspect.
San Francisco police officer Ilya Faynshteyn responded to a report of a "belligerent homeless man" who had his pants down and was touching himself on Sunday. A student visiting the city was waiting for the bus when the tussle broke out between the two, and he recorded it with his cell phone as a couple of passersby also jumped in to help Faynshteyn. The San Francisco Police Commission approved new limits on uses-of-force in December, despite resistance from the police union.
Concerned citizens in Marysville, California are not waiting around to see what happens with the Oroville Dam spillway, but are gathering their families within minutes, loading up the car and flooding local gas stations as the prepare to leave tow
Sgt. Tony Turnbull, spokesman for Sacramento County Sheriff's Department, explains the circumstances around a shooting that involved a California Highway Patrol officer near Date Avenue in unincorporated Sacramento County on Friday, October 28, 20
A funnel cloud reached down and scoured the surface of Lake Berryessa on Wednesday, April 27, 2016, a phenomenon captured on video by bass fishing expert and guide Mark Allen, who was on his boat on the lake at the time of the disturbance.
Caution: Explicit language. An anonymous reader shared video from the unfolding scene near the California Capitol building in Sacramento on Monday, April 18, 2016. The voice is that of the man in the silver Mazda blocking L Street. The car was cov
Caution: Extreme profanity. This video was shot by public relations consultant Mike Roth, whose office overlooks 11th and L streets, about 2:30 p.m. on Monday, April 18, 2016. The voice is that of the man in the silver Mazda blocking L Street.