WATCH: Caldor Fire Survivors Call On President Biden To Grant FEMA Funding To Rebuild HomesWhy did Caldor Fire survivors not receive FEMA funding to rebuild their homes?
'Parks Won't Be There If We Don't Take Care Of Them': California State Parks Have Billion-Dollar Backlog Of Maintenance ProjectsThat's according to park advocates who are now demanding lawmakers use the state surplus to start making repairs.
Getting Answers: What Does Trump's Endorsement Of Congressional Candidate Kiley Over Jones Mean For Primary Voters?A congressional district is in the national spotlight.
'Shame On Us If We Ignore It For Another Year': Cal Fire Faces Staffing Shortage Ahead Of Fire SeasonCal Fire is facing a major staffing shortage ahead of fire season.
IN PHOTOS: May 2022 'Blood Moon' Dazzles Skywatchers Across The WorldSunday night's total lunar eclipse lived up to the hype and dazzled people all around the world. Here are just some of the incredible snapshots people got of the celestial event.
Judge: California's Law Requiring Women On Corporate Boards Is UnconstitutionalA California judge has ruled that the state's landmark law requiring women on corporate boards is unconstitutional.
These Are The Places With The Highest Wildfire Risk In The USForecasters say the West could be looking at a particularly bad wildfire year, as several destructive fires have already ignited well before the hottest, driest months
California Republicans See Chance To Unseat AG Rob BontaRepublicans think they have a chance this year to unseat an appointed state attorney general they say is too progressive even for California, in part because they view him as soft on crime as that issue rises in importance for voters.
$230M Settlement Reached Over 2015 California Oil SpillThe owner of an oil pipeline that spewed thousands of barrels of crude oil onto Southern California beaches in 2015 has agreed to pay $230 million to settle a class-action lawsuit brought by fishermen and property owners, court documents show.
Tax Cut For California Pot Industry: Too Little, Too Late?California's governor on Friday proposed a temporary tax cut for the state's struggling legal marijuana industry, but businesses said it falls far short of what's needed to revive a foundering pot economy.
Gov. Newsom Includes Temporary Tax Cut For California Pot Industry In Budget ProposalGov. Gavin Newsom on Friday proposed a temporary tax cut for the state's struggling legal marijuana industry, but businesses said it falls far short of what’s needed to revive a foundering pot economy.
Firefighter Killed On The Job By Falling Tree In Tuolumne County Escorted Home By ConvoyA contract wildland firefighter who was killed by a falling tree in California last week has been brought home by a convoy of fellow firefighters.
Inflation Triggers California Minimum Wage Increase To $15.50 In 2023California's minimum wage will jump to $15.50 per hour next year, Gov. Gavin Newsom's administration announced Thursday, an increase triggered by soaring inflation that will benefit about 3 million workers.
Drought Severely Affecting California Rice CropsSome call the impact on farmers and the surrounding communities catastrophic.
California Lawmakers Raise Caps On Medical Malpractice Lawsuit AwardsThe California Legislature on Thursday agreed to increase how much money people can win in medical malpractice lawsuits.