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.
A bill seeking to ban hydraulic fracturing along with more common methods of oil extraction within the state of California …
A Central California National Guard base is preparing to serve as temporary housing for more than 1,000 unaccompanied migrant children amid a national buckling of immigrant overflow facilities.
Twin investigations arrive while Bank of America and California’s Employment Development Department are taking withering criticism for widespread unemployment fraud.
The Governor’s plan, which emphasizes forest management and wildfire mitigation ahead of the annual wildfire season, is projected to double the spending on those efforts compared to 2020.