In-N-Out takes out a foreign double-double, everybody hates California, cell phones make you selfish and a Swedish ad calls for "hot nurses."
Would America be a better place if drugs were legal? Should students really be fined for going to school late? And if San Franciscans can't afford it, should they be given free legal counsel for civil cases?
World famous Bounty Hunter Leonard Padilla has his sights set on Sacramento's Mayor's office. Kevin Johnson beware!
Two of the top 10 cities for singles are in California, plastic surgery is on the rise, a ridiculous cable bill and a former mayor pleads guilty to stealing a commercial food mixer from the local school...
He's going to SMU as a Running Back but South East's Robert Lewis gets it done on defense too, picking off a pass and taking it back for six against Marshall.
Rodney King's memoir is due to hit shelves in April, will you read it? Plus, a school in northern California bans Santa and are you ready for advertising at the zoo?
California Assemblyman Felipe Fuentes proposes an initiative to allow illegal immigrants to legally work and remain in the state. How would it work and how much would it benefit California?
Muir's Tarien Owens drills La Serna's Austin Johnson. High school playoff football at it's hard-hitting finest.
Your vote could determine whether porn actors are forced to wear condoms. Would you vote to ban all medical marijuana dispensaries? And the city had their vote on Occupy LA: Go home!
What's next for Occupy LA? Did LAPD act appropriately in their eviction? And what's it all costing taxpayers? Occupy LA activist Pete Thottam tell us what lies ahead for the movement.