One man died and seven people were hospitalized after multiple shooters opened fire in a crowd celebrating Juneteenth.
When the state’s moratorium on insurance companies dropping coverage for wildfire-prone areas ends in November, at least 2.1 million residents could find themselves without homeowners’ insurance.
The Golden State also gained a whopping 104,500 jobs in May, but the labor force only grew by 12,400 workers — meaning thousands of open jobs are going unfilled.
The California Legislature has approved several Medi-Cal budget items that would remove barriers to care, such as the asset rule.
New report criticizes Peralta Community College District board for creating "unhealthy atmosphere" for students.
Under a merger plan, Mills would be open to students of all genders, and the college would become "Mills College at Northeastern University."
Netflix, a new rooster, a date night planned by his kids and weekend hikes: California’s governor gives a glimpse into how he’s made it through the pandemic.
Feral cats may be shot in the East Bay Regional Park District to preserve native habitat and wildlife, but opposition groups argue that killing feral cats has been discredited as a means of population control.