'The California Dream Is For All': Gov. Newsom Focuses State Of The State Address On Homeless CrisisCalifornia should lower the legal bar for providing forced treatment to the mentally ill and building more homeless shelters, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Wednesday in his second State of the State address.
Pres. Trump Pardons Ex-San Francisco 49ers Owner Eddie DeBartolo Jr.President Donald Trump has pardoned Edward DeBartolo Jr., the former San Francisco 49ers owner convicted in a gambling fraud scandal.
Presidential Primary Fever Getting Underway With Buttigieg Town Hall In SacramentoCalifornia will play a huge role in who could take the White House. The 494 delegates up for grabs could determine who faces off against President Trump.
California Judge Orders Immigration Detention Hotline RestoredA federal judge has ordered the Trump administration to restore a free hotline that let detained immigrants report concerns about custody conditions until shortly after it was featured on the TV show “Orange Is the New Black.”
Pete Buttigieg Hosting Town Hall In Sacramento On Valentine's DayDemocratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg will be in Sacramento this week.
Californians Could Be Required To Vote Under New BillA new proposal is heading to the assembly floor that would force registered voters in California to cast a ballot — or else.
California Lawmaker Wants Labor Law For Freelancers ChangedThe author of a sweeping new California labor law said Thursday that she intends to ease its restrictions on freelance journalists and others after months of protests that it is already costing people their jobs.
Gov. Newsom Pardons Late Gay Civil Rights Leader In New InitiativeBayard Rustin was a confidant of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and a key organizer of the March on Washington in 1963. He also helped plan other nonviolent protests and boycotts to end racial discrimination.
California May Pause Student Fitness Tests Due To BullyingThe governor of California wants to pause physical education tests for students over concerns with bullying and discrimination.
PG&E Clears Another Bankruptcy Hurdle With Debt RefinancingA federal judge on Tuesday approved a settlement that moves Pacific Gas & Electric closer to getting out of bankruptcy.
California Lawmaker Introduces Bill That Seeks State Takeover Of PG&EPG&E said it is "firmly convinced" a government takeover won't work.
Democratic Presidential Hopeful Bloomberg Snubs Iowa, Campaigns In SacramentoOn the day the 2020 presidential election kicks off with the Iowa caucuses, Michael Bloomberg was half a continent and a leap of faith away in California.
Roger Stone's Original 'Dirty Trick' Target Gets The Last LaughFormer Republican Congressman Pete McCloskey chuckles when he talks about the prison sentence Roger Stone faces for lying to Congress and witness tampering.
Governor Declares Excess State Property Open For Homeless, But One Property Remains Behind Locked GatesGovernor Newsom referenced hundreds of state properties he wanted to immediately open for use as temporary shelters, but are they ready?
California's Solar Mandate May Not Require One On Every RoofWhen California finalized the nation's first sweeping rooftop solar mandate for new construction last year, advocates pictured a utopia of all homes being built with solar panels, turning the clunky panels into the new norm to help the state achieve carbon neutrality.
California Governor Seeks To Expand Involuntary TreatmentGov. Gavin Newsom wants to make it easier for the government to force psychiatric treatment for people with mental illness and expand statewide a still-developing test program that allows officials to more easily take control over those deemed unable to care for themselves.
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.