- A Northern California college town is on edge after three stabbings. News of a second person of interest detained in Davis hasn't brought any relief since police aren't calling him a suspect. The first person was cleared and released. The attacks have taken the lives of two, including a U.C. Davis student, and seriously injured a woman all in less than a week. Click here to read more.
- California State Senator Dave Min was released from jail after being arrested Tuesday night for a DUI, just blocks from the State Capitol. CHP claims he went through a red light when they pulled him over that he showed signs of being drunk. Click here to read more.
- Today begins a massive school shakeup in Oakland as more than 3,000 teachers are now on strike, with many planning to hit the picket line this morning. Click here to read more.
- The NFL is being investigated after dozens of female former employees accused the league of discrimination and a hostile work environment. California Attorney General Rob Bonta and his New York counterpart Letitia James are serving subpoenas to the NFL's Los Angeles and New York City headquarters. Click here to read more.