A conservative advocacy group in Sacramento says the IRS erroneously yanked its nonprofit status this summer, hampering the groups ability to raise money this year.
A state board gave approval Friday for the California High-Speed Rail Authority to start the process of seizing its first piece of property through eminent domain for a $68 billion bullet train.
Poll numbers are on the upswing, but enthusiasm for California living is still soft, Dan says.
With heated controversy in recent years surrounding public pensions, municipal bankruptcies and political campaigns, public support for labor unions has plunged in California. For the first time, more voters say these organizations do more harm than good.
A federal judge in Sacramento ordered state prison officials Tuesday to continue working to improve treatment for seriously mentally ill inmates on San Quentins death row, but did not give inmates attorneys sweeping changes in the care of their clients.
Its been two years since Gov. Jerry Brown and Legislature, under pressure from federal judges, reduced prison population via realignment, but we still dont know its consequences
Dozens of angry protesters flooded the City Council chambers of a Northern California town Tuesday to protest the return to duty of a sheriff's deputy who shot and killed a 13-year-old boy in October.
California politicians deny that the state's high taxes and extensive regulations discourage business investments, but actions speak louder than words, Dan says.
A month after announcing plans to step down in the middle of his term as state senator, Bill Emmerson has been named a senior vice president of the California Hospital Association.
An appeals court has given a veteran's widow a break in her effort to secure benefits.