California Says It's Now In Compliance With US Real ID RulesThe California Department of Motor Vehicles says it is now in full compliance with federal requirements for so-called Real ID driver licenses or identification cards.
REAL ID Crunch Could Mean Real Delays At DMVLawmaker Jim Patterson is monitoring the reform within the DMV amid crunch to meet the REAL ID deadline.
California Trying To Make It Illegal To Sell DMV AppointmentsSome people are booking appointments at the DMV then selling them for profit. Now the state wants to make that illegal.
DMV Asking For An Extra $240 Million To Make ImprovementsThe department is now asking for an additional $240 million on top of its already $1 billion budget, to continue making improvements. 
DMV Warns Of Longer Lines Come Summer As Real ID Deadline LoomsIf you have any errands to take care of at the DMV, officials are warning people to get there early.
Used Car Buyer Gets Stuck With Bill For Previous Owner's Bounced CheckWhen buying a used car, the safest thing to do is to meet the seller at the DMV and go to the counter together to make sure there are no outstanding balances. 
Gov. Newsom Pledges To Modernize Troubled DMV, Creates Reinvention Strike TeamCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom is launching an effort to modernize the state's embattled Department of Motor Vehicles.
Changes May Come To Motor Voter Program After Election IssuesCalifornia's Motor Voter Program may get an overhaul after a major glitch before the mid-term elections.
Double Ballot Trouble: Voter Receives Two Ballots After Renewing Driver's LicenseBallots were mailed out weeks ahead of Tuesday's election day for early voting, but one El Dorado County resident found a surprise in her mailbox — a second ballot.
Call Kurtis Invesigates: Recalls Could Keep You From Registering Your CarHe paid the DMV to renew his registration, but the state said he couldn’t get new tags until he fixed an emissions related recall.
California Election Official Can't Say If Non-Citizens VotedCalifornia's top elections official says he doesn't yet know if any of the roughly 1,500 people mistakenly registered to vote by the Department of Motor Vehicles voted in the June primary.