Of all the races on your ballot, the least information is often available on local judges.
Students across 23 campuses voted to form one of the country's largest student worker organizations.
Legislators behind proposal say it will reduce barriers to entering teaching careers amid a statewide shortage.
The state’s environmental tool skews which communities are designated as disadvantaged, researchers say.
Advocates are pressing Gov. Gavin Newsom and legislators over a school bond for the November ballot.
Legal experts and elected officials are skeptical of California Forever's guarantees.
Walnut Creek was the first of many Bay Area cities last year to stop using phone-in and Zoom public comments because of a spate of antisemitic callers.
Proposition 1, the latest milestone in California’s long struggle to address mental illness, would allocate new funding for housing and treatment facilities.
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A $73 billion in 2024-25 shortfall puts more pressure on legislators and the governor to find savings.
Oakland police said the graffiti was connected to the conflict in the Middle East.
Members of the California Faculty Association approve a two-year agreement following a strike in January that lasted one day.
Researchers find in spite of their many worries, Gen Z-ers are generally more optimistic than older generations.
AI, daylight savings, reparations, and environmental laws are among the issues legislators want to bring to the floor.
The system didn’t warn students until 40 minutes after shots were fired on campus.
Abandoning potential "comebackers" has major implications, not just for them, but also for the state’s economy, says California Competes.
Measure comes in response to a 29% jump in 2022 in shoplifting.
There are different rules for the presidential contest and state races on the March 5 ballot -- and each party also has its own rules.
An EdSource analysis found that Black and Latino students are the least likely to complete college preparatory course requirements.