Big tech firms that run Instagram and TikTok could find themselves facing a litany of lawsuits from California parents over the addictiveness of their services.
Brown lawns are on the horizon as California head into summer – but not all turf is on the chopping block.
As drought worsens, Gov. Gavin Newsom threatened Monday to impose mandatory water restrictions if residents don’t use less on their own.
State regulators found a pair of idle wells had “pinhole-sized leaks,” causing alarm for neighbors in east Bakersfield.
A proposed strike by Fresno County correctional officers has been delayed, according to an announcement from Fresno County officials on Friday.
Sen. Melissa Hurtado (D–Bakersfield) joined a call for the Justice Department to review hedge funds’ mass-scale acquisition of water rights in California and the western U.S.
Those who get a new phone number in parts of the Northern San Joaquin Valley will get a new area code.
Gov. Gavin Newsom rolled into Kern County to figuratively roll up his sleeve for a second coronavirus booster shot on Wednesday.
In 2020, Schirell Denise Cummings taunted Valley law enforcement that she was “reading comments wit my feet kicked up out on bail.” After a brazen smash-and-grab, she’s now behind bars.
California’s state budget will break $300 billion this year, a startling rebound from a COVID-19-induced deficit in 2020 and a significant jump beyond pre-pandemic levels.