A bill seeking to lower the age of consent for vaccines at 12 years old was raised to 15. Despite the change, one Valley Democrat joined Republicans in opposing the measure. Here’s why.
While a budget is heading to Gov. Gavin Newsom, the biggest ticket items – including tax relief for sky-high gas prices – are still being haggled over between him and legislative leaders.
With the future of Diablo Canyon uncertain, a new study shows that keeping California’s last nuclear power plant open would help the state achieve its climate goals at a lower cost.
“California continues to implement policies negatively impacting the ag and energy sectors, we must ask ourselves: who is looking out for California’s minority and disadvantaged communities?”
The Navy Department revealed the identity of the pilot who dies in a jet crash during a training exercise near Trona on Sunday.
Vance Raye was forced from the bench over deliberate delays in 200 cases over a decade costing litigants money and criminal defendants their freedom.
Opposition to issuing gas tax holidays isn’t universal across U.S. states, including those dominated by Democrats.
A number of factors have made car-buying harder for Valley consumers. But buyers still have plenty of options, writes the President of California’s New Car Dealers Association.
“The CSU has been victim of both lack of transparency in two searches (CSU Fresno President and CSU Chancellor) that have led to resignations and embarrassment,” CSU faculty said in a resolution.
Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon’s (D–Paramount) days leading the lower chamber in California’s Capitol might be numbered, and rural interests may get a new champion.