Judge: California Fund Can Offer Only Fire InsuranceA fund that offers only fire insurance to California residents in wildfire-prone areas can't be required to provide coverage for other hazards such as flooding or theft, a judge ruled this week.
Mental Health, Homelessness At Forefront of Newsom's State of the StateNewsom said this is a crisis than can’t be solved overnight or even over the span of a year.
Judge Rips PG&E For Poor Safety Record Leading To WildfiresA U.S. judge ripped into Pacific Gas & Electric on Wednesday, saying its executives have put greed before safety.
2 Teens Arrested In Central California Library Fire That Killed FirefighterTwo 13-year-old boys have been arrested for allegedly starting a blaze at a public library in central California that left a firefighter dead and another missing, officials said.
White House Domestic Policy Chief Calls California 'Occupied Territory'A White House aide called California "occupied territory" in a tweet touting President Donald Trump's visit to the state on Tuesday.
California Governor To Address Homelessness, Mental HealthCalifornia's governor is expected to call for better mental health care to help the state's huge homeless population when he addresses one of the state's most pressing problems in his second State of the State speech.
California Bill Bars Insurers From Declining Fire CoverageAmid mounting cries of California homeowners being denied wildfire insurance in high-risk areas, lawmakers want to require insurance companies to cover all existing homes, as long as they meet new safety standards.
Analyst Urges California To Reject Switch To Short ProbationGov. Gavin Newsom's proposal to sharply reduce the time a convict is under supervised release could wind up sending more criminals to jail or prison, the reverse of what he intends, the nonpartisan legislative analyst said Tuesday.
PG&E Banking On Big Profits After Utility Leaves BankruptcyPG&E says it expects to become more profitable than ever after it emerges from bankruptcy and pays off more than $25 billion in losses sustained in catastrophic wildfires ignited by its outdated equipment.
Covered California Signups Rise After State Requires Coverage, Enhances SubsidiesCalifornia has reversed several years of slipping sign-ups on its Affordable Care Act exchange.
Japanese Internment Camp Survivor: Formal Apology Is 75 Years Too LateThe state of California is set to issue an apology to Japanese-Americans for internment during World War II.