California Leads Latest Lawsuit Over Trump Green Card RulesCalifornia and three other states on Friday filed the latest court challenge to new Trump administration rules blocking green cards for many immigrants who use public assistance including Medicaid, food stamps and housing vouchers.
California Lawmakers Approve Bill To Update Transgender School RecordsCalifornia school districts would be required to update their records to reflect the names and genders of graduates who have changed them since getting their diplomas under a bill approved by state lawmakers on Thursday.
California Student IDs Now Feature Suicide Prevention HotlineStudents returning to school this year all across California will find something new on their ID cards: phone numbers to suicide prevention and counseling.
Sexual Misconduct Allegations Against California Doctors Up Sharply In Wake Of #MeTooA newspaper investigation finds the number of complaints against California physicians for sexual misconduct has risen 62% since fall of 2017.
Recyclers Get Squeezed As Largest CA Recycling Business Shuts DownCalifornia’s largest recycling business is shuttering all of its redemption sites, leaving residents who recycle for a living with fewer places to go.
State's New Ammo Check Law Thwarts More Than 100 Illegal PurchasesCalifornia's new ammunition background check law in its first month stopped more than 100 people from buying bullets illegally, officials said late Monday.
Youth Football Rules Changing For California PlayersWith youth football season getting ready for shoulder pads and helmets, coaches across California now have some new rules to dole out in addition to teaching slant patterns.
Gilroy Garlic Festival Shooting: How Did Suspected Shooter Buy Gun In Nevada?A major question remains after the Gilroy Garlic Festival shooting over how the suspect was able to get his hands on that gun.
Pharmaceutical Companies Agree To $70M California Settlement Over Drug PricesFour pharmaceutical companies collectively are agreeing to pay California nearly $70 million to settle allegations that they delayed drugs to keep prices high.
California's 'MAT' Program Helps Patients Struggling With Opioid AddictionA new program in California called MAT provides prevention, treatment and recovery services for patients struggling with opioid addiction.
Advocates Say Daly City Police Violated State Sanctuary Law Working With ICESome local leaders are saying Monday night that police in Daly City may have violated state law when they turned an undocumented immigrant over to ICE officials.
Over 8 In 10 Bay Area Residents Agree State In Housing Crisis, Poll FindsMore than eight in ten Bay Area voters agree that California is in a housing crisis and large majorities say more housing for low income people is needed, according to a new poll.
California Cannabis Regulators Struggle With Job, Audit ShowsThe agency overseeing California's legal marijuana market has been overmatched by the job and is struggling to hire sufficient staff and set an overall strategy for the nation's largest cannabis economy, an audit found.
Sen. Feinstein Leads Bipartisan Lawmakers Urging FCC To Protect ShakeAlert Earthquake WarningsNorthern California Senator Dianne Feinstein is leading a bipartisan group of Congressional members urging the federal government to ensure changes to the Wireless Emergency Alert (WEA) system don’t slow down ShakeAlert earthquake warnings.
Newsom: Soaring Number Of Fracking Permits Led To State Top Oil Regulator's FiringGov. Gavin Newsom defended the firing of California's top oil and gas regulator Friday, strongly voicing his opposition to fracking and to the future of the controversial practice in the state.