“For a state that didn’t have slavery, don’t think [the Legislature is] going to be quick to vote on this final product of this task force,” Sen. Steve Bradford (D–Los Angeles) said.
The attack shook up a Target store in north Fresno.
The Visalia native, who has played for six teams in 10 years and picked up a World Series ring, knew where to finish his career: Oakland.
It’s one of California’s most oil-rich towns and home to a top-flight elementary school. Now, a new California law is forcing oil companies to buy families out of their home.
Kern County’s top officials are hosting workshops to let residents know the serious financial challenges the county is under.
The CEO of a major data and analytics company says that EDD’s $20 billion fraud figure is woefully short of the mark.
Teachers and other school staff who have not been vaccinated against COVID-19 will no longer have to be tested weekly to remain on campuses after this week.
Another taping of the police procedural show hopes to spur applications for hundreds of KCSO vacancies.
The city of Fresno hired a prominent criminal defense attorney to defend the City Council president in a criminal case, records show.
California sued Amazon.com saying the company forces third-party merchants to agree to policies that lead to “artificially high prices” for consumers.