The U.S. Energy Secretary said California may want to reconsider its hasty push to shutter the SLO County-based, zero-emissions plant that produces 9 percent of its power.
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.
As President Joe Biden dips into the U.S. strategic energy reserve to bring costs down, California energy producers are striking at a de facto ban on fracking.
A federal appeals court on Friday issued a temporary stay of a coronavirus vaccine mandate for prison workers.
Newsom failed to provide any detail but promised an “exponential level of support” in his next budget to help big cities address brazen thefts.
A weekend of looting in the Bay Area was capped with an intense, 80-person burglary of a Nordstrom store on Sunday.
Saving Diablo Canyon was once a taboo subject for California. With bold climate orders from Gov. Gavin Newsom, the nuclear plant’s closure looks ill-timed and problematic.
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.”
Gov. Gavin Newsom is asking a federal appeals court to pause an order requiring correctional staff to be vaccinated against COVID-19.
The agreement was reached after the regulators found fault with the maintenance and condition of a high-voltage PG&E transmission tower supporting a long inactive power plant.