Bill signings sum up Newsom’s first year in office. Microgrids not a simple answer to state’s power problems. Authorities turn to feds for gun prosecutions.
Mental illness, substance abuse common among L.A. homeless. Voters to decide big school bond. Income inequality grows in California.
Homelessness hits African-Americans hard. Christian group receives federal funds to preach abstinence. Tom Steyer takes shot at White House.
California gets a net neutrality win. State has little to show for Hollywood investment, according to study. Funeral pricing remains a mystery.
Newsom signs bill allowing college athletes to sign endorsement deals. Plan to expand Shasta Dam falters. Former state officials enter cannabis business.
Hospitalizations tied to cannabis vaping. California to offer child care help for parent-students. Will new use-of-force law protect mentally ill?
Having acted twice to protect California’s children, Gov. Gavin Newsom can have a trifecta by signing legislation to mandate later school starting times.
Environmental battle goes down to the wire. Kern County oil refinery may get special treatment. More college students struggling with costs.
Labor-backed gig workers bill heads to Newsom’s desk. Harris’ progressive record is nuanced. Trump focuses on homelessness.
A data dive explores who they are, where they are and why they still live at home —and yes, how they manage to have sex.