Complaints Over Trump Flags In Fourth Of July Parade Sparks First Amendment Debate In Gated CommunityThe Rancho Murieta Association's Board of Directors is considering banning political signs at future Fourth of July parades following complaints of some parade-goers displaying the Trump 2020 flags at this year's parade.
California Lawmakers Consider New Rules For Political AdsElections come and go, but the season for political advertising sometimes seems to never end.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom Taps New Top Utilities RegulatorCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom said Friday he is tapping Marybel Batjer, a veteran of state government, to serve as the state's top utilities regulator.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom Signs Wildfire Bill To Pay VictimsCalifornia's governor has signed a law that creates a fund of up to $21 billion to pay victims of the state's devastating wildfires.
Gov. Newsom Expected To Sign Bill That Could Help Pay Claims From WildfiresGovernor Gavin Newsom is expected to OK sweeping legislation meant to shore up the state's electric utilities in the face of devastating wildfires.
Questions Raised About California Proposal To Push Back School Start TimesCalifornia middle and high school students could get to sleep in a little later starting in the 2022-2023 school year.
Extending Last Call Until 4 AM May Start In 2022 In Ten California CitiesBars may be able to start applying in January to stay open until 4 am.
Should The State Require All CSU Students To Take An Ethnic Studies Class To Graduate?California State University students may be required to take a course in Ethnic Studies in order to graduate; however, all 23 campuses in the system are pushing back on the proposed legislation and lawmakers raised concerns about dictating which courses should become graduation requirements.
Selling A DMV Appointment Closer To Becoming Illegal In CaliforniaCalifornia is trying to make it easier, and fairer, for people trying to book DMV appointments.
California OKs Benefits To Immigrants In Country IllegallyCalifornia has become the first state to offer taxpayer-funded health benefits to young adults living in the country illegally.
Bill To Make Priests Report Abuse Put On Hold In CaliforniaA Democratic state senator in California has put on hold a bill that would have required clergy to report knowledge of child abuse or neglect from their co-workers, even if they learned about it in confession.
Presidential Candidates May Not Appear On California Ballots Without Disclosing Tax ReturnsPresident Donald Trump may need to disclose five years worth of tax returns by November 26 if he wants his name to appear on California's primary ballot in March.
RAGÚ Pasta Sauces Recalled Due To Possible Plastic FragmentsRAGÚ is recalling a variety of pasta sauce flavors because the sauce may contain fragments of plastic.
NorCal Ulta Beauty Store Has Been Robbed 8 Times In 6 MonthsA Bay Area beauty store has become the target of robbers for the eighth time in just the last six months.
Dozens Involved In California Prison Riot; 3 Inmates HurtState corrections officials say about 41 inmates were involved in Thursday's battle in a recreation yard at Pleasant Valley State Prison in Coalinga.
CHP Searching For Leads In Big Sur Anti-Tourism VandalismAuthorities in California are searching for whoever painted giant graffiti along Highway 1 attacking the impact of tourism on Big Sur.
Southwest Removes MAX Flights Through October, Further Delays Sacramento To Hawaii FlightsSouthwest Airlines is more making schedule revisions to deal with issues surrounding the Boeing 737 MAX. The airline has now removed its 38 MAX planes from its flight schedule through November 2. It previously removed the fleet from its schedule through October 1.