by Natasha Geiling May 4, 2016
Can the California drought's most infamous scapegoat convince consumers it's actually sustainable?
by Katie Valentine May 3, 2016
When it comes to climate change -- and climate-denying politicians -- California Gov. Jerry Brown doesn't mince words.
by Kira Lerner Apr 29, 2016
Hundreds of people blocked traffic and yelled: "Racists go home!"
by Alex Zielinski Apr 26, 2016
"We are talking about our neighbors and our families who are denied basic health care in the richest state of this union."
by Aaron Rupar Apr 18, 2016 Updated: Apr 28, 2016
"It shows how disconnected she is with a a student body made up of students who are thousands of dollars in debt, while our chancellor is making so much money off of it."
by Aaron Rupar Apr 14, 2016 Updated: Apr 28, 2016
Following an infamous incident where a campus officer pepper sprayed students, UC Davis doled out to improve its digital reputation.
by Samantha Page Apr 8, 2016
Southern California’s natural gas leak has revealed problems in the state’s regulatory agencies, infrastructure, and politics. It doesn’t bode well for the rest of the world, either.
by Alex Zielinski Apr 6, 2016
Fentanyl is 100 times more potent than morphine.
by Alan Pyke Apr 4, 2016
About 60 million Americans live in the two states that signed $15 minimum wage plans into law Monday.
by Bryan Dewan Mar 31, 2016
More than half the student body was unvaccinated.