Many Public Employees Not Eligible For Paid Family Leave As Governor Newsom rolls out his plan for extending maternity benefits and paid family leave, CBS13 investigated the loophole that leaves hundreds of thousands of state workers, teachers, firefighters, and other public employees without access to any state-funded paid leave after having a baby.
California Targets 'Dead' Drivers Using Disabled ParkingCalifornia officials plan to crack down on thousands of "dead" drivers who still hold disabled parking placards.
SF Man Charged With Disabled Parking Placard FraudProsecutors have charged a San Francisco man with filing fraudulent applications for disabled parking placards - some of which they say he sold for $1000.
Housing Options Help Autistic Adults Find IndependenceMasha Gregory was nervous to move out of her parents' home and into her own place, where the 26-year-old Pennsylvania woman worried about making friends and being away from her parents. But after living in her own apartment at a complex that focuses on adults with autism, she's made new friends and found she loves her independence.
Disability Advocates Fear Changes To State Building Codes Could Lead To Costly FightsDisability advocates gathered in a crowded Capitol hearing room where a committee discussed how potential changes to the state’s building codes.
Disability Advocates Concerned New Building Codes Could Be Vague, Lead To LawsuitsThe State Building Standards Commission on Tuesday will consider rewriting disability access rules for public buildings, streets and sidewalks and buildings open to the public.
Drivers Training For Independence They Lost To DisabilityLuke Eckenberg is on a mission to find something he lost four years ago—his independence. But getting there isn’t a simple journey after his snowboarding accident.
California Woman Gets 21 Months For Collecting Dead Father's PaymentsLynsie Williams, of Redlands, received disability payments from Hawaii for her father, even though he died in 1990.