A California lawmaker introduced a bill that would require gun owners to obtain liability insurance for the negligent or accidental use of their firearms.
A bill seeking to lower the age of consent for vaccines at 12 years old was raised to 15. Despite the change, one Valley Democrat joined Republicans in opposing the measure. Here’s why.
While a budget is heading to Gov. Gavin Newsom, the biggest ticket items – including tax relief for sky-high gas prices – are still being haggled over between him and legislative leaders.
Federal prosecutors allege a Fresno man running a workers compensation firm for farmworkers lined his pockets and paid his rent and escorts with workers’ cash.
A high-stakes ruling that could have brought permitting of oil wells to a grinding halt was more of a dud for environmental advocates.
Low water pressure has forced Sanger residents to bathe with bottled water and shuttered the city’s Walmart. Here’s what is causing the issues.
California’s wineries can ship bottles to consumers, but brewers and distillers can’t. A new bill aims to level the playing field.
A proposal circulating the California State Legislature would dedicate $1.5 billion to buyout farmland belonging to senior water rights holders who farm the Central Valley, spelling a domino effect of tightening water supplies.
For the third time in four years, California lawmakers are hoping to experiment with a 4 a.m. closing time for bars in select California cities.
A 1.1 million square foot warehouse in northwest Visalia officially has a tenant.