The Southern California measles outbreak that began at Disneyland late last year appears to have peaked, health officials have announced.
Sacramento County supervisors met last Tuesday to discuss the fate of the Inspector General’s Office.
One institution's loss is another's gain.
Sacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones has responded to a recent ACLU lawsuit over the department’s use of a cell phone tracking system, calling the complaint completely baseless.
The extraordinary case of real estate heir Robert Durst is heading back to California in what is sure to be the criminal trial of the decade.
A new study confirms what many had suspected since the news of a Disneyland-related measles outbreak: low vaccination rates are to blame for the disease’s spread.
A move in Los Angeles county to combine the departments of Public Health, Mental Health and Health Services has cleared its first hurdle.
The Sacramento County Sheriff’s Department is being sued over its use of a device that intercepts cell phone calls and information.
In late August, an Oakland resident with a history of psychiatric issues walked into John George Psychiatric Pavilion in San Leandro to refill a prescription.
Los Angeles County officials have approved a new program aimed at tackling a disturbing Typhus epidemic. The program will entail a mass cleanup of homeless encampments in L.A.