Gov. Gavin Newsom rolled out a plan for $200 billion in fresh spending. What’s in it?
California’s Attorney General and the Kings County District Attorney have engaged in a lengthy battle over charging women who contributed to the death of a fetus.
More than 200 members of the California National Guard were activated by Gov. Gavin Newsom to aid in coronavirus testing efforts across the state.
One year after a ballot initiative that would have repealed parts of Proposition 13 failed, another effort to pick apart California’s property tax rules is underway.
Earlier in December, the California Committee on Revision of the Penal Code released its annual report, recommending a repeal of the three strikes law, among other changes.
As brazen, flash mob-style robberies of Bay Area and southern California turn from rarity to routine, Gov. Gavin Newsom spent Friday attempting to redirect mounting ire away from rampant thievery.
Wednesday marked the return of a statewide universal mask mandate for Californians, unless you’re working in the office or a gym in select Bay Area counties.
California’s long-time solar panel incentive program could soon be taking a big hit.
“The bacon law” is likely to wreak havoc on the supply chain for bacon and other pork products. Why? Because California officials released new regulations mere weeks before it becomes active law.
California’s relaunched mask mandate starts six months to the day after Gov. Gavin Newsom hosted a rally at Universal Studios Hollywood to celebrate the state’s “full reopening.”