The governor's plan aimed to speed construction of major public infrastructure and demanded quick votes from lawmakers.
All told, CSU’s revenues account for only 86% of the system’s overall costs.
Hexavalent chromium, emitted by chrome-plating businesses, is 500 times more carcinogenic than diesel exhaust.
After unanimously clearing the Senate, a bill expanding first responders’ access to workers’ comp for PTSD moves to the Assembly.
Two years ago, Blackstone bought 66 relatively low-rent apartment buildings in San Diego County from a charitable foundation.
The deadline to pass bills through the house where they were introduced is next Friday.
Governor has also asked publishers whose books are under consideration for use in California whether they reflect Florida's new standards.
Southern California growers' agreement to use less water through 2026 is not a long-term solution to state's water woes.
A through-line of Christian’s career is the effort to bring college to the community, instead of waiting for students to show up.
Students report waiting months for accommodations to be approved by university disability specialists, who are responsible for up to 600 students at a time.
The attorney general spoke with CalMatters on a range of other issues, too -- but no word on a potential gubernatorial run.
Four lanes of traffic and the long distance between intersections mean many students cross mid-block.
UC and CSU leaders, faculty groups must join to fix a broken system, advocates say.
The governor’s building plan would adjust an environmental law known for stalling housing, dams and other projects.
The College of Computing, Data Science and Society will teach computing, data science and statistics.