Reported coyote sightings have increased since the pandemic began, and a spate of attacks since the fall has concerned residents in the Lamorinda area.
As pandemic drags on, a CalMatters data analysis reveals that students who currently have no option to attend class in person are much more likely to live in poorer areas.
After getting caught disparaging parents on public video feed, board has their Jeffrey Toobin moment.
Newsom came to power promising healthcare reform, but any single-payer proposal will bring on criticism from left and right.
A state auditor's report and a study from UC Berkeley's Haas School of Business and a nonprofit think tank cast a shadow over the progress of ambitious climate plans.
Federal authorities will allow for flexible options, but some educators are concerned about reliability, and the impact of high-stakes testing on children after a year of the pandemic.
The funding is part of an assembly bill aimed at providing more resources as part of the state's response to the pandemic.
With supplies already strained by the covid-19 pandemic, Bay Area hospitals are in fresh need of new donations of blood.
Advocates laud measures to increase access to early education but warn that expanding TK adequately is a complex endeavor that needs substantial funding.
California’s first Anglo-American leaders leveraged the legality of slavery for personal gain, creating a racial hierarchy and decisions that ripple even now.