LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - No charges have been filed so far in the shooting death of the mayor of the small Los Angeles suburb of Bell Gardens, a day after his wife shot him during a heated argument, authorities said on Wednesday. Bell Gardens Mayor Daniel Crespo, 45, and his wife, Levette, 43, were arguing on Tuesday afternoon at their home in the city when their 19-year-old son, Daniel Crespo Jr, intervened, Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department officials said. Father and son got into a physical fight and Levette Crespo got a gun and shot her husband multiple times, officials said. ...
The CHP reports the vehicle may have been traveling 100 mph when it crashed and caught fire.
A firefighter confronted an intruder who broke into a Butte County fire station early Wednesday
Students and school staff in Tehama County will accept "Rachel's Challenge," a commitment to spread random acts of kindness and compassion.
Governor Jerry Brown signed Senate Bill 270 on Tuesday which will ban all single-use plastic bags from grocery stores and department stores starting next year. Pharmacies and convenience stores will not be affected until 2016.
Penguins star Sidney Crosby will make preseason debut Wednesday night, though fellow center Evgeni Malkin remains out.
Devin Gardner will replace injured Shane Morris as the Michigan Wolverines' starting quarterback this week, coach Brady Hoke said Wednesday.
Coming off one of the worst losses of his career, New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady on Wednesday morning acknowledged his team's struggles on offense this season, noting, "I don't think we've played well for a long time."
Teams will be limited to three trips to the mound by managers, coaches and catchers during a game, except for pitching changes, under experimental speedup rules to be used during the Arizona Fall League.