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Lobbying is under way in Sacramento for two vastly different approaches to reduce police shootings. Victims‚Äô families and civil rights advocates are pushing a tougher standard for police to use…

Force of Law, our new narrative podcast series, will follow the heated debate in the state Capitol this year over legislation that would give California the nation‚Äôs toughest statewide standard…

After years of catastrophic wildfires, California lawmakers and taxpayers are eager to protect the state‚ÄĒbut it won't be easy. It's expensive. It will take time. And Californians will have to…

After Sacramento police shot and killed Stephon Clark, an unarmed black man who was in his grandparents’ backyard, activists set out to change California law. They want to make it harder to legally...

California Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye has quietly given up her Republican registration and re-registered as a no-party preference voter, citing the Kavanaugh U.S. Supreme Court nomination and saying she had…

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California school bond measures totaling some $12 billion are on track for approval by voters across the state.

Before you head to the polls on Election Day, read up on the propositions and candidates in the 2018 California midterm elections.

The DMV launched California‚Äôs new ‚Äúmotor voter‚ÄĚ system in April without the proper computer program in place, advocates say, likely contributing to recent snafus and errors on more than 100,000…

The nation‚Äôs second-largest school system has enjoyed a major infusion of funding since the bone-deep cuts it endured during the recession. But in coming years, school officials project growth in…

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