A resolution seeking to dedicate the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 attacks as a day of service and commemoration unanimously cleared the California State Legislature on Tuesday.
California has the resources to prioritize drought resiliency through increasing water storage and delivery systems, Asm. Vince Fong writes. Will legislators and Gov. Newsom act?
“Unbelievably, more Californians are disconnected than any other state in the country,” writes Asm. Devon Mathis (R–Visalia), arguing that broadband access is only increasing educational achievement gaps.
A report warns that California pensioners are contributing to China’s expansionist policies with financial backing of firms that key to the nation’s efforts.
Two Valley churches are hailing a legal victory against the State of California in its fight to ensure that places of worship are considered “essential” in the event of further lockdowns.
Heading to the coast over Labor Day weekend? Prepare to mask up, one Central Coast county announced Tuesday.
It’s official: 2022 will be the sports betting election in California, with online betting powerhouses joining the fray.
Nearly every California national forest is set to temporarily close effective Monday at midnight through Sept. 17, the Forest Service announced.
An attempt to force a statutory vaccine mandate on California consumers and workers has stalled, a Republican legislator announced Monday afternoon.
Democratic leaders in the California Legislature are eyeing the potential of instituting a vaccine mandate and it requires a controversial tactic to get it approved.