California Lawmakers Relocate To Make Way For New BuildingCalifornia's Legislature will reconvene in about a month, but staff are busy this week building boxes instead of bills as they work to quickly vacate their offices ahead of the scheduled demolition of their nearly 70-year-old workspace.
Anne Rudin, One Of Sacramento's First Women To Be Elected Mayor, DiesAnne Rudin, one of the first women to be elected Mayor of Sacramento by popular vote, has passed away Thursday at the age of 97.
Gov. Newsom Joins Family For Trip To Mexico During ThanksgivingThe Governor's Office said Newsom will return to California on Sunday, Nov. 28.
California's Legislative Analyst Predicts $31 Billion Budget SurplusCalifornia will have a $31 billion budget surplus next year as revenues continue to climb despite the pandemic, according to a new forecast from the state's independent Legislative Analyst's Office.
Amazon Pays $500K To Settle California COVID Workers Notification DisputeAmazon has agreed to pay $500,000 and be monitored by California officials to ensure it properly notifies its workers about new coronavirus cases, the state's attorney general said Monday.
California Could Introduce Ranking Systems For HeatwavesThe system would be similar to the way hurricanes, tornados and air quality are categorized.
Draft California Political Maps Would Reshape Key DistrictsNewly released political maps from California's redistricting commission would leave some members of Congress without a political home and others to face off against colleagues in their own party in the 2022 midterm elections, when the state will play a key role in determining which party controls Congress.
Gov. Newsom To Push Vaccines In Southern California SwingCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom will visit a COVID-19 vaccine and flu shot clinic in Los Angeles County on Wednesday to highlight the state’s ongoing efforts to increase vaccination rates heading into the winter season.
Gov. Newsom Makes 1st Public Appearance In Nearly 2 Weeks At Economic SummitCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom made his first public appearance in two weeks after speculation grew over why he withdrew for an extended period of time.
Gov. Newsom Remains Out Of Public Sight Amid Family IssuesCalifornia Gov. Gavin remains receded from public view to deal with unspecific family obligations a week after abruptly canceling plans to attend the United Nations climate summit in Scotland.
AG Rob Bonta Puts Focus On Affordable Housing In CaliforniaCalifornia Attorney General Rob Bonta said Wednesday he is putting a new emphasis on trying to alleviate the state's seemingly intractable affordable housing problem, including by creating a “strike force” to focus on tenant protections, on local governments that don't comply with state housing laws, and related issues.