Sen. Bill Dodd wants to establish a California wildfire warning center that would allow officials to turn off power and better position firefighting crews during extreme heat and high winds.
Even as the state prepares to lift coronavirus restrictions on June 15, some changes such as outdoor dining and to-go drinks will likely remain in many California cities. Gov. Gavin Newsom announced pandemic extensions through Dec. 31.
“Tort wars” over the rules governing personal injury lawsuits in California are heating up again in the Capitol.
George Floyd killing could spark policy changes in California. What you need to know about the California National Guard.
By legalizing sports betting, California could generate up to $500 million in revenue each year by taxing and regulating the enterprise.
It’s irresponsible and detrimental for California to deny unrestricted access to the high-quality care that certified nurse-midwives provide.
The state expects to receive more diagnostic kits from federal authorities and has ordered 300,000 more masks. When they will arrive is unclear.
Store water for a drought, or prepare for floods? How atmospheric river research helps California decide.
County jails see spike in mental illness cases. Turning PG&E into a public utility comes with a hefty price tag. State aims to fix bottle-recycling program.
Many special interests and legislators agree California’s recycling system is broken. Here’s how they aim to fix it.