An East Bay sanitary district’s board of directors has censured a longtime board member for racial slurs and sexist remarks they say he made to district employees.
President Barack Obama says the United States will have a different relationship with the Cuban government going forward. Watch his full statement here.
Despite ‘No’ Votes By Local Reps, California Projects Get Big Boost From Congressional Spending Bill
California received funding for a long list of programs and projects from a new $1.1 trillion congressional spending bill passed late Saturday night, despite most California representatives voting against it.
Proposals to allow direct car sales in Texas stalled during the 2013 legislative session, but Palo Alto-based Tesla appears poised to revive the issue by offering future investment projects.
On Monday, Katy Tang replaces David Chiu as president of the San Francisco Board of Supervisors. It’s the highest position in City Hall ever won by an Asian-American woman.
A consumer-advocacy group says one of the recently-released emails between PG&E and the California Public Utilities Commission shows the commission’s president pushed a backroom deal to award PG&E millions in unearned energy efficiency incentives.
A candidate for a seat on a Central California board may win his race, despite having died last month in a small plane crash.
After San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee Announces Intention For Second Term, Progressives Say He’s ‘Beatable’
While San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee made the announcement on Thursday that he will run for re-election on Thursday, The city’s progressives think he will face serious a serious challenge as the city’s wealth gap widens.
Democratic Attorney General Kamala Harris has defeated her little-known Republican challenger in a bid for her second term as California’s top attorney.
Controller John Chiang has won his bid to move from California’s chief accountant to its top banker.