by Bryce Covert Sep 1, 2015
The law was unanimously approved by the state Senate and the governor has said that he'll sign it into law.
by Natasha Geiling Aug 27, 2015
Through a mix of water markets, efficiency measures, and groundwater pumping, California farmers have avoided the worst of the drought. But how long can these measures be sustained?
by Josh Israel Aug 24, 2015
"The levee situation was worse than New Orleans in Sacramento before Katrina. Now it's of course worse."
by Katie Valentine Aug 20, 2015
Scientists have linked the extreme drought to climate change before, but this is the first study to determine how much of the drought can be blamed on climate change.
by Samantha Page Aug 17, 2015
Falling coal and oil prices are taking their toll on California's funds.
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Aug 13, 2015
Intergalactic visitors excluded, California doesn't think this word should be used to describe immigrants.
by Zack Ford Aug 10, 2015
Transgender inmates in California may soon be guaranteed the basic health care they require.
by Alice Ollstein Aug 6, 2015
"I look at what's happening in other states in terms of restricting voting rights -- in Wisconsin, North Carolina, and Florida -- and I'm proud that California can serve as a counterexample," said California Secretary of State Alex Padilla.
by Natasha Geiling Aug 5, 2015
Western states probably won't join a Regional Greenhouse Gas Initiative-like pact with each other, but that doesn't mean the states aren't thinking about ways to work together.
by Esther Yu-Hsi Lee Aug 4, 2015
"When it comes to helping the city, I don't think it matters what's your race or your status in the country."