Trump All But Giving Up On CaliforniaDonald Trump talked big about competing in California, but now his campaign is all but conceding the Golden State, and instead diverting local resources to a handful of battleground states, according to a campaign spokesperson.
Facebook Reminder Spurs California Voter RegistrationA Facebook reminder for users to register to vote prompted nearly 200,000 completed transactions on the state's online voter registration website over the weekend, according to California Secretary of State Alex Padilla.
California Expands Hands-Free Cellphone LawLooking to curb distracted driving in California, Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation that expands restrictions on cellphone use behind the wheel.
Californians Now Allowed To Break Window To Save Pets In Hot CarsCalifornians who see an animal trapped in a hot car can now break a window to set them free without fear of prosecution under a bill signed over the weekend by Gov. Jerry Brown.
Bay Area Rent Control Propositions Restricted By Existing California LawFive Bay Area cities will be voting on whether to implement rent control in November, but a California law has long-restricted rent control statewide.
Online Tool Will Show Statewide Police Shooting Data, Kamala Harris AnnouncesCalifornia Attorney General Kamala Harris announced today the launch of an online tool to provide information about police shootings of civilians and civilian shootings of officers statewide.
Immigration Official Warns 40,000 Haitians On Their Way To U.S. Via California's Mexico BorderA top U.S. immigration official says 40,000 Haitians may be on their way to the United States amid what she calls an "emergency situation" on California's border with Mexico.
California To Track All Police Use Of Force OnlineAll 800 police departments in California must begin using a new online tool launched Thursday to report and help track every time officers use force.
Women Accused Of Holding Men As Slaves At NorCal Marijuana FarmTwo women have been arrested on charges of holding four men captive at an illegal marijuana plantation in Northern California and forcing them to work there for six months.
Tomato-Loving Pest Could Destroy California CropTomatoes are abundant at many farmer’s markets at this time of the year, but a little pest could change that in the future.
Dow Chemical Subsidiary Sued Over Pesticide Use In CaliforniaChemical manufacturing giant Dow fails to warn people in farming communities throughout California when a potentially dangerous pesticide is applied to nearby fields, health advocates claimed in a lawsuit filed Tuesday.
California Leads The Nation In Resettlement Of Syrian RefugeesCalifornia took in more Syrian refugees this year than any other U.S. state, while some states haven’t accepted a single Syrian refugee.

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