For the first time since the start of the century, California has fewer than 6 million students attending public schools.
Vaccine mandate bills have struggled mightily in the 2022 legislative session.
Claims of Newsom-led interference in the probe by now-ousted California watchdog attorneys coincide with $100,000 contributions to his recall defense committee in 2021.
A growing coalition of Central Valley counties is urging California Gov. Gavin Newsom to expand in-state oil production with gas prices sitting at record highs.
The tax relief plan, which will require serious wrangling with the Legislature, is catching heat for its structure. Here’s why.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s latest homelessness plan, which aims to force homeless residents into treatment, has finally made its way to the state legislature.
Pacific Gas & Electric has agreed to pay more than $55 million to avoid criminal prosecution for two major wildfires started by its aging power lines in Northern California.
State lawmakers are targeting a different scourge tied to the state’s homelessness crisis: riverbed encampments.
It could be at least weeks before Californians see that relief promised almost a month ago by state lawmakers.
The lawsuit argued that the diversity-on-boards law violated the state’s constitutional equal protection clause.