California energy officials warned the state may be at risk of blackouts for the next three summers due to power supply shortages and extreme weather.
Simply put, California is far too behind in our production of energy to meet its lofty goals. It’s why our lone remaining nuclear power plant has returned to the forefront, writes Asm. Devon Mathis (R–Porterville) writes.
Hundreds of drivers in the south Valley lined up for a bit of relief from gas prices thanks to a local church.
The campaign to suspend California’s highest-in-the-nation gas tax (or 51-cents per gallon) faces stiff resistance from Democratic leaders in the Legislature.
Facing the likelihood of rolling blackouts without it, Gov. Gavin Newsom might save California’s lone remaining nuclear power plant from closure in 2026.
California’s Labor Commissioner set down the seven-figure penalty following a two-year investigation into COVID-related sick leave policies.
Facing a choice of rent control or “building your way out,” California’s fifth-largest city may wind up taking a Goldy Locks approach to solving its housing issues.
Fresno faces two vastly different paths to pursue a sweeping strategy to tackle the nation’s hottest housing market.
It appears that California’s highest-in-the-nation average gas price of $5.684 today isn’t enough motivation to convince Golden State lawmakers to halt the state’s inflation-tied gas tax.
The Biden administration is launching a $6 billion effort to rescue nuclear power plants at risk of closing. Will California take the help?