Bill Holding PG&E Accountable For Blackouts And Their Impacts Now Headed To Senate FloorA bill holding PG&E accountable for mass blackouts and the impacts they bring is headed to the Senate floor after passing out of the appropriations committee with a 4-2 vote on Thursday.
California Unemployment Rate Held Steady At 3.9% In DecemberCalifornia's unemployment rate held steady at the record low 3.9% in December, the state said Friday.
California Threatened With Funds Loss Over Abortion CoverageThe Trump administration on Friday threatened California with a potential loss of federal health care funds over the state's requirement that insurance plans cover abortions.
Man Dies After His Mercedes Flies 337 Feet Across San Joaquin River Following Police ChaseA 58-year-old man has died after launching his car approximately 337 feet off of a cliff and across the San Joaquin River following a police chase.
California Wants Mandatory QR Codes For Cannabis BusinessesCalifornia is doubling down on plans to use QR Codes in its fight against illicit cannabis sales.
California Could Limit 'Flushable' Wipes Tied To Sewer ClogsWet wipes, those single-use wet tissues for babies and adults wanting something more than just toilet paper, are the scourge of sewer systems nationwide, according to several cities challenging claims that the products are safe to flush.
Sonoma Winery Spills Nearly 100K Gallons Of Red Wine Into Russian RiverCrews at the Rodney Strong Winery were cleaning up a massive wine spill Thursday after a blending tank sprung a leak and dumped more than 97,000 gallons of red wine onto the ground and into a nearby creek.
Firefighters Who Died In Australia Were On California TankerGov. Gavin Newsom says the three American flight crew members who died when their aerial water tanker crashed while battling wildfires in southeastern Australia were part of a crew on a California-based tanker.
Bills May Exempt Freelancers, Newspapers From California LawFreelance writers and newspaper carriers would be exempted from a broad new California labor law requiring that many be treated as employees rather than independent contractors, under legislation announced Thursday by a state senator.
California Bill Would Make Utilities Pay Some Blackout CostsCalifornians left in the dark by electric companies that shut off their power to prevent wildfires could get paid for things such as lost wages or spoiled food.
Oklahoma Governor Orders Ban on State Travel To CaliforniaOklahoma Gov. Kevin Stitt on Thursday banned state-funded travel to California in response to a similar ban California placed on travel to the Sooner State.