California Joins Other States To Challenge T-Mobile, Sprint MergerCalifornia Attorney General Xavier Becerra joined the top lawyers of eight other states and the District of Columbia in an antitrust lawsuit Tuesday challenging the planned merger of the T-Mobile and Sprint wireless companies.
Catholic Church Fights Bill To Force Priests To Report Sex Crimes Heard In Confession
Aryan Brotherhood Gang Members Charged With State Prison KillingsLeaders of the Aryan Brotherhood prison gang were charged Thursday with directing killings and drug smuggling from within California's most secure prisons.
Cluster Of Small Undersea Earthquakes Recorded Off SoCal CoastA cluster of small undersea earthquakes has continued off Southern California near San Clemente Island.
California, San Francisco Seek To Block Trump Administration Health Care Religious Refusal RuleCalifornia Attorney General Xavier Becerra and San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera both asked a federal court Tuesday to block a new rule by the administration of President Donald Trump that would allow health care institutions and workers to refuse services on religious grounds.
California Joins Maine, D.C. In Lawsuit Against OxyContin ManufacturerCalifornia joined other states in a lawsuit filed Monday accusing Purdue Pharma of falsely promoting OxyContin as not addictive even as the opioid emerged as among the most widely abused in the U.S.
Feds To Investigate Gray Whale Deaths After NOAA Declares 'Unusual Mortality Event'U.S. scientists will investigate why an unusual number of gray whales are washing up dead on West Coast beaches.
CPUC Approves PG&E's Wildfire Mitigation Plan In Unanimous VoteThe California Public Utilities Commission unanimously approved PG&E’s wildfire mitigation plan.
Assembly Votes To Cap Rent Increases Amid California Housing CrunchThe California Assembly voted Wednesday to cap rent increases for many tenants as America's most populous state faces a housing crunch.
California State Agencies Not Giving Required Harassment TrainingA number of California state agencies have failed to provide sexual harassment training for all their supervisors as required by state law, an investigation published Tuesday found.
City Leaders Want Outdated, Downtown Building Turned Into SJSU Student HousingCity lawmakers are working on a plan for the state to relinquish the old Alfred Alquist building, move state offices to a newer site, and sell the property to San Jose State University for new dorms.