Gov. Newsom Signs Law Redefining BeerSmall craft brewing companies are praising Governor Newson’s approval of a law redefining beer in California.
Sugary Drink Warning Labels One Step Closer To RealityCalifornia Senate Bill 347 passed the Senate floor Thursday.
Will Californians Eat Roadkill For Dinner?Senate Bill 395 would require the Department of Fish and Wildlife to make free permits available to people who accidentally kill deer, elk, antelope, or wild pigs on California roads.
California Driver's Handbook Must Now Include Civil Rights During A Traffic StopDrivers in California will get a copy of their civil rights during a traffic stop, including how to file a complaint against a peace officer.
Experts Worry About California's Contaminated Cannabis"Buyer beware," cautioned Donald Land, a University of California, Davis, chemistry professor who is the chief scientific consultant at Steep Hill Labs Inc., which tests marijuana in several states.
New Law Bans Federal Government from Mandating Common CoreSo is the talk about killing Common Core just that — talk?
San Francisco Voting On Whether To Raise Legal Smoking Age To 21Officials in San Francisco will vote Tuesday on whether to increase the minimum age to buy tobacco from 18 to 21, even as opponents argue that cities and counties cannot trump California law.
Proposed Bill Would Require Videotaping Sales Of Firearms In CaliforniaAll California gun sales would have to be videotaped under a proposal introduced in the state Legislature.
California Bill Would Have State Help Cover Working Parents' Child Care Costs“It's been many times I've been let go from jobs because I couldn't find child care,” said child care advocate Shavone Brown. Now she can afford childcare with a good paying job from the state. But years ago, it was a different story for the single mother of two.
California Bar Exam Applicants Passing At Record-Low RateThe California bar passage rate is at its lowest level in nearly a decade.
Man Sentenced To 1 Year In Jail For Posting Topless Pic Of Ex-GirlfriendLos Angeles man who posted a topless photo of his ex-girlfriend on Facebook has been sentenced to a year in jail for violating California's new "revenge porn" law.
UPDATE: Calif. Judge Rules Teacher Tenure Law UnconstitutionalTenure and other job protections for California's public school teachers were ruled unconstitutional Tuesday by a judge presiding in a lawsuit brought by nine students.
Strippers Claim San Diego Cops Violated Their Civil Rights30 dancers at Cheetahs Gentlemen's Club say officers photographed them nearly nude and made "arrogant" demands.
California Man Gets 6 Years For 8th DUI ConvictionA Northern California man convicted of his eighth drunk driving charge has been sentenced to a maximum term of six years in prison.
Undocumented Immigrant Sworn In As Attorney In CaliforniaHe's living in California illegally, but now he can legally practice law. California has allowed an undocumented immigrant into the state bar.