Newsom Administration Appoints Special Counsel For California Unemployment FraudCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom's administration on Tuesday tapped a former federal prosecutor to help investigate billions of dollars in fraudulent unemployment benefits paid by the state.
California Court Upends Part Of Law To Protect Gay SeniorsGay rights advocates said Monday that they will seek to challenge an appeals court decision tossing out part of a California law designed to protect older LGBTQ residents in nursing homes.
Who's In? California Recall Candidate List Draws ConfusionThe list includes 21 Republicans, eight Democrats, one Libertarian, nine independents and two Green Party members. Ballots will start going on next month in the mail, and the official election date is Sept. 14.
California Reports First 2021 Death From West Nile VirusPublic health officials report the man was a resident of San Luis Obispo County
Study: There Is No Mass Exodus From CaliforniaDespite reports of an exodus from California, there is no evidence of an abnormal increase of residents planning to leave the state, according to a recent study. 
California Among 36 States Targeting Google's App Store In Antitrust SuitDozens of states, including California, are taking aim at Google in an escalating legal offensive on Big Tech.
California Shifts Police Shooting Probes To Attorney GeneralCalifornia Attorney General Rob Bonta announced new protocols Wednesday to provide more transparency around one of the most emotional and disturbing areas of policing: the fatal shooting of an unarmed civilian.
Newsom's Gamble: California Governor's Recall Win Could Hinge On Jobs, COVID CasesCalifornia Democrats gambled by accelerating the date for the state's Sept. 14 recall election that could cost Gov. Gavin Newsom his job.
California's Power Grid Operator Says 'No Plans For A Flex Alert' MondayDespite initial concerns Sunday over the ongoing heatwave, California's power grid operator said there will be sufficient energy supply to avoid calling on residents to conserve energy Monday.
As Gov. Newsom Faces Recall Election, California Democrats Again Seek To Alter Recall LawsThis time, though, Democrats want the option to speed things up to take advantage of what they see as favorable conditions for Newsom. Lawmakers are expected to vote on the changes Monday.
California Budget Boosts Health Care For Older ImmigrantsCalifornia will soon pay the health care bills for low-income people 50 and older who are living in the country illegally, part of an expansion of Medicaid that aims to inch the nation's most populous state toward Democrats' goal of making sure everyone has health insurance.