Piggie Park Enterprises, the company started by barbecue ace chef Maurice Bessinger, recalled all bottles of Maurice’s Southern Gold Honey Sauce and Gourmet Carolina Gold Honey Sauce for undeclared wheat and soy.
Parkland students headed to Washington for Saturday’s March For Our Lives rallied Tuesday evening along with residents planning to attend local demonstrations. The event took on a new significance in the wake of a high school shooting in Maryland earlier in the day.
The Los Banos Police Department is seeking the public's help to capture two Merced County women listed among the Merced Area Crime Stoppers Most Wanted. The women are 31-year-old Lindsey Manzanedo and 41-year-old Margarita Montoya.
Sen. Roy Blunt’s campaign used Cambridge Analytica during his re-election battle. Blunt sits on a Senate committee that could wind up looking into its 2016 election activity. Blunt dismissed the notion that be a complication for him.
The Delhi Unified School District has started to administer free in-school health care to serve students whose parents opt-in, including urgent care, health screenings, over-the-counter medicine and referrals to health professionals.
Sacramento Sheriff Scott Jones traveled to the White House Tuesday and told President Donald Trump that California is full of "spectacular failures" where dangerous criminal immigrants are released from jail every single day.
A San Antonio, Texas man has been charged with injury to a child after authorities say he attacked a young girl in the bathroom of a middle school last year because she had allegedly been bullying his daughter.
A New Orleans high school student’s prom photo shoot with the 2-year-old brother of her boyfriend, a Marine away at training, has gone viral. Clay Moak posed with Skylar Fontaine, 18, for the photo shoot wearing his own tiny Marine uniform.
A southern California hiker says he drank his own urine and ate cactus to survive after he fell 20 feet while hiking in Joshua Tree National Park. Paul Hanks was rescued four days after he went missing.
People are using KD — the street name for a substance like marijuana or tobacco that is laced with bug spray — and getting high with dangerous effects, Indiana firefighters told local outlets. There have been reports of people high on similar drugs like wasp spray dope.