Growers protected for decades by their water rights are suffering for the first time during this record-breaking drought.
In some races, the independent expenditure committees funded by special interest groups are clearly supporting or opposing candidates.
People who have lost children to pills laced with fentanyl are demanding stricter penalties from lawmakers and social media protections from Silicon Valley.
Nearly 32,000 mechanics would lose jobs by 2040 under the proposed phaseout of new gas-powered cars.
California’s unemployment rate is improving, but inflation, sky-high prices and high interest rates threaten the state’s economic recovery.
Teachers in three school systems learned strategies to help multilingual learners engage with rigorous math assignments.
CSU has failed to keep up with institutions nationwide across higher education in staff pay, the study found.
Academic readiness for kindergarten often correlates with wealth, an issue exacerbated by the pandemic.
The university has officially prioritized part-time work as a way for students to pay for college to advance its goal of students avoiding burdensome loans by 2030.
The alleged victims include the 89-year-old owner of Chinatown Kite Shop.
Most recently, courts pushed back on requirements for gender equity in boardrooms.
The legislation comes in response to the potential ouster of Roe v. Wade, which was decided in 1973 and made abortion legal in the U.S.
One-time and ongoing Proposition 98 funding would be an unprecedented $35 million more than the Legislature appropriated a year ago.
A National Council on Teacher Quality report reviewed 1,100 teacher preparation programs at tertiary institutions nationwide.
Structural challenges in the state’s finance system, combined with flaws in education governance, threaten the long-term outlook.