The hot mic moment came as Garcetti joined 12 other California mayors to pitch a $20 billion homelessness response plan.
After navigating the choppy waters of pandemic politics, California’s 13 “big city Mayors” are looking to tackle California’s on-going epidemic: homelessness.
The battle between drastic criminal justice reforms versus protections for crime victims will take center stage come 2022.
On three occasions last year, California’s National Guard sought to place a Fresno-based F-15C on alert status during heightened civil unrest as a potential intimidation tool, a new report says.
California public schools have experienced a sharp decline in enrollment this year as the pandemic forced millions into online school.
All faculty, staff and students throughout California’s public universities who will be on campus in the fall will be required to have received the COVID-19 vaccine.
The executive action by Gov. Gavin Newsom is singularly targeted at California’s wine country – home of his own winery, PlumpJack Winery.
It appears California’s legislature is ready to act ahead of Tax Day to give small business-owners a much-needed tax break over their PPP loans.
President Joe Biden’s sweeping $2 trillion infrastructure bill faces competing claims over jobs amid a wide spectrum of support and opposition in the San Joaquin Valley.
As California tackles a wholesale housing crisis, questions are emerging about California GOP gubernatorial candidate John Cox and his rental management firm.