Officials with Covered California are concerned that relatively few Latinos in the state have enrolled even though more than half of the state’s uninsured residents are Latino.
The family of a girl who was declared brain dead at Children’s Hospital Oakland last week has stepped up their fight to keep her on life support.
Suke Haan Yu Cheng came to the United States in 2004 and just this week, the 100-year-old Fremont woman became a U.S. citizen.
California’s small businesses now can enroll for employee health care plans through the state’s insurance exchange website.
Four California members of Congress are calling on US Attorney Melinda Haag to halt work on closing medical-marijuana dispensaries.
Officials with California’s state health exchange are saying they’re happy with the enrollment numbers so far despite the problems on the federal level.
Just how high are rental units in San Francisco? New Census Bureau data shows that the City by the Bay has the highest median rents among the country’s largest cities.
UC Berkeley, leading the charge in reducing its carbon footprint, announced on Tuesday that it reached its emission reduction target—two years ahead of schedule.
The newspaper is the latest to refuse to use the name Redskins.
The head of California’s new health insurance exchange estimates that nearly one million Californians may see their health insurance plans disappear when the Affordable Care Act kicks in.