Gov. Gavin Newsom is doubling down on his incentive-laden strategy to convince hesitant Californians to get the coronavirus vaccine.
Two years after funding was cancelled by Trump officials, the Biden administration announced Friday that it is set to restore nearly $1 billion in funding for the bullet train project.
As California prepares to drop its color-coded reopening scheme, one staple of the coronavirus pandemic is also set to vastly recede: mask wearing.
A showdown over the Federal government’s ability to outsource detention facilities of illegal immigrants was on full display before the San Francisco-based Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
One high-ranking California official delivered more than a few words of warning when it comes to ambitious high-speed rail projects.
June 15 is sounding less and less like the statewide reopening Gov. Gavin Newsom promised Californians months ago.
Alcoholic beverages and cocktails ordered with a to-go meal will not fade as a relic of the pandemic past.
The bill, narrowly approved by California’s Senate, would legalize not only so-called “magic mushrooms” and LSD, but also MDMA, DMT, ibogaine, mescaline, and ketamine.
California’s top court will listen to arguments over whether to increase the requirements for juries to levy a death sentence on murder convicts.
Sports betting and Vegas-style roulette and dice games could be headed to California’s tribal casinos, but only if California voters give the OK in 2022.