California Gun Owners Sue, Challenge Ban On High-Capacity MagazinesA group of California gun owners is challenging the state's ban on large capacity magazines, saying it violates their constitutional rights.
Gov. Brown Signs $5 Billion Per Year Tax Hike To Fix Roads California drivers will see their gas prices rise in November and will pay more to register their vehicles come January.
Trump's Executive Order Aims To Expand Offshore DrillingU.S. President Donald Trump aims to further open up offshore drilling in U.S. waters with an executive order issued Friday morning.
California Says Oceans Expected To Rise Higher Than Previously ThoughtCalifornia says new climate change findings mean the ocean off the state's coast is expected to rise higher than previously thought.
Single-Payer Plan To Give Healthcare To Every Californian Moves ForwardCalifornia lawmakers pushed forward Wednesday with a proposal that would substantially remake the health care system of the nation's most populous state.
Study: Neanderthals May Have Lived In CaliforniaA startling new report asserts that the first known Americans arrived much, much earlier than scientists thought -- more than 100,000 years ago. And maybe they were Neanderthals.
Book Finds Californians Reported Most UFO Sightings In U.S. Since 2001A recently published book on reported UFOs sightings found California had the most visual encounters with unidentified objects in the United States, including hundreds of reported sightings in the Bay Area.
Report: Gas Tax Not Enough To Maintain California Roads Long-TermA report released Monday by a San Francisco nonprofit says that while new state legislation provides billions for California’s roads, the money won’t be enough to maintain the state’s roads long term.
Attorneys General Ask Education Secretary DeVos To Restore Guidance To Student Aid BorrowersAttorneys general from 20 states including California are faulting Education Secretary Betsy DeVos for rolling back Obama-era guidance they say helps protect student loan borrowers.
California Slowly Moves Toward Resuming ExecutionsCalifornia is one of 12 states that has capital punishment on the books but has not executed anyone in more than a decade.
U.S. Manufacturers, EPA Administrator Target Environmental RegulationsWhen Trump asked industry which federal regulations they found most burdensome, comments flooded in and many pointed to EPA policies.
California High-Speed Rail Chairman Steps Down From JobThe chief executive officer of California's $64 billion high-speed rail program said Friday he's stepping down after five years seeing the project through a contentious and high-profile period in which it faced a constant onslaught of criticism from across the political spectrum.

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