California Aims To Strengthen Gun Ban In SchoolsCalifornia lawmakers have passed a bill to revoke superintendents' ability to let people carry guns in a school zone.
$400 Billion Price Tag For California Single-Payer HealthcareState experts say a California bill that would provide government-funded health coverage for everyone in the state would cost $400 billion and require significant tax increases.
California May Ban Employers From Asking About Prior SalaryCalifornia could further strengthen its equal pay protections under a bill passed by state lawmakers.
Report Indicates Dozens Of California Court Buildings Seismically UnsafeAccording to a new report, dozens of court buildings around California -- including several here in the Bay Area -- pose a safety hazard in the event of an earthquake.
Senators Urge Turkish President To Hold His Bodyguards Accountable For D.C. ViolenceSenators Feinstein and McCain urge Turkish President Erdogan to hold his security detail accountable for violence against protesters in D.C.
3-Year-Old German Shepherd Among California's Best Arson DetectivesKodiak is a 3-year-old German Shepherd and an elite brand of detective. Kodiak is one of only a handful of arson dogs in California.
California Set To Upgrade Driver LicensesWith a deadline looming, California is planning to spend more than $220 million to bring driver's licenses and state identification cards up to federal standards.
Frozen Burritos Recalled For Possible Listeria ContaminationMore than 252,000 pounds of frozen burritos are being recalled because of possible listeria contamination.
20 Attorneys General Call For Independent Probe Into Russian InterferenceA group of 20 attorneys general, all Democrats, is calling for the appointment of an independent special counsel to continue the investigation into Russian interference in last year's presidential election.
3-Year-Old German Shepherd Among California's Best Arson DetectivesKodiak is a 3-year-old German Shepherd and an elite brand of detective who helps solve arson mysteries.
Buzz Kill: California Police Train To Detect Drugged DriversPolice across California are scrambling to keep up with the pending legalization of recreational pot by increasing training to spot drug-impaired drivers.
$15M Drug Smuggling Crackdown In California Prisons Gets Mixed ResultsThe $15 million spent by California to thwart prison drug smuggling has generated mixed results, researchers found, as increasingly creative smugglers turned to tricks like concealing methamphetamine in a bar of soap or heroin under postage stamps.

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