The quake hit 202km north of Los Angeles and there are some reports of damage to properties.
The aftershock was felt in Los Angeles and the surrounding area, with many residents posting on Twitter that they were awakened by it.
Facebook receives an all-clear over a potential nerve agent sarin attack at its Silicon Valley campus in California.
Adults between the ages of 19 and 25 can qualify for healthcare through Medi-Cal including illegal immigrants.
If approved the bill will allow San Francisco to open the country’s first state-sanction supervise injection sites for intravenous drug users.
Launched in 2016, the festival is the brainchild of three Los Angeles-based friends – Tao Ruspoli, Stefan Ashkenazy and Lily Johnson White.
California will move up its primary vote on March 3, said to play a big role in the 2020 general election.
Newsom a newly elected Democrat says the moratorium to be imposed on the death penalty is on grounds that intentional killing of another person is wrong.
San Diego-based US District Court Judge Dana Sabraw late on Friday issued a preliminary ruling that would potentially expand by thousands the number of migrants.
Trump invoked emergency powers after Congress rebuffed his request to build the wall that was his signature 2016 campaign promise.
Pilot Antonio Pastini is the only victim of the crash who has been identified.
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State and federal authorities say it will cost at least US$3 billion to clear debris from the blazes.
A total of 153,336 acres were affected by the fire, with nearly 14,000 homes and hundreds of other structures destroyed.
Teams resumed their search on Saturday, Butte County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Miranda Bowersox said, ahead of more rains that are expected to start on Wednesday.
The number of people listed as unaccounted for in the deadliest and most destructive fire in state history stands at 563.
The first significant rain in months in northern California is raising the risks of flash flooding that could hinder teams searching for human remains.
The impending Pacific storm will also hinder search teams sifting through ash and rubble for remains of additional victims in a disaster that already has claimed at least 81 lives and left hundreds more missing.
Authorities redoubled efforts to find more victims of the deadliest wildfire in California history and to account for nearly 1,000 people listed as missing.
Authorities say the toll from the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California's history rose further on Sunday to 77.
Trump makes amends for initially responding to the state's deadliest-ever wild fires with a political attack on forestry management policies, rather than offering help or even sympathy.
Hillsides that have been scorched by a wildfire are at risk for mudslides when it rains, experts say.
While the cause of the Camp Fire is still under investigation, a lawsuit has been filed against the local power company, PG&E, by fire victims claiming negligence.
Butte County Sheriff Kory Honea said the number of missing had soared from 631 on Thursday to 1,011.