One suspect was arrested but others remained on the run
Thousands of homes are at risk as strong winds push the flames into residential areas
The fire almost quadrupled in 24 hours
The couple's identity remained a mystery while they got 'their affairs in order'
Betty Reid Soskin, 94, was honoured personally by President Barack Obama last year
Mitch Carter, now 24, says he suffers from memory problems and depression, and is struggling with his college studies as a result of the 2010 incident
By next year, the Golden State could be the world's largest legal marijuana market
The attacks come on a day when many US cities celebrate peaceful gay pride marches
The extreme temperatures, coupled with low humidity, are fueling fires and forcing evacuations
Michele Dauber, the woman behind the movement to remove the judge in the Stanford rape case, spoke to The Independent
The mother of one of the boys says he told her: 'She was my teacher, Mom. What was I supposed to do?'
Two marines posted a picture with the caption: ‘Coming to a gay bar near you!’
'Barriers can come down. Justice and equality can win,' she said
Hundreds of thousands of people want judge Aaron Persky removed from the Brock Turner case
Six states are voting in the final primaries of 2016
Nearly 750 convicted killers sit on California's death row, but because of legal challenges none has been executed in over a decade