In the first of a number of California-centric gun control cases, an appeals court reversed a lower-court ruling that invalidated the ban on magazines with capacity of more than 10 rounds.
“The dozens of calls from Stanislaus County over the last week needs to be called out for what they are: an attempt by a sitting Congressman to influence the redistricting process,” a caller said.
The Central Valley is far from thrilled with proposed Congressional and legislative lines drawn by California’s citizen-led redistricting commission.
A Washington-based watchdog asked the Federal Elections Commission to open a probe not just over taped-up signs but to “also ensure that Salas has not used any other state campaign assets for his federal campaign.”
In a now-deleted Sunday night tweet, Jennifer Siebel Newsom offered example reasons why her husband would skip a much-vaunted climate conference, telling detractors to “get a life.”
Facing a crowded Democratic field to take on Rep. David Valadao, the former aide to Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D–Calif.) is out.
The competition for the open seat on the Visalia Unified school board included one of its ousted Superintendents.
A highly-publicized battle with U.S. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement turned Jose Bello into a brief local celebrity. Now, he’s wanted in connection with a murder.
California, home to a robust ballot initiative culture, is about to see an unchecked, three-way war to regulate sports betting and key pieces of its gambling economy next year.
California’s prison guards and other correctional workers face a court-mandated deadline to get vaccinated to remain employed, an Oakland-based Federal ruled last week.