Starbucks new Unicorn Frappuccino, a ‘color-changing, flavor-changing’ beverage, set one employee on a tirade against the much anticipated drink hours after the product was launched. Braden Burson of Monument, Colo. said he left his shift having never been so stressed in his entire life, with his hands covered in unicorn “crap."
Mariza Ruelas, a single mother of six in Stockton, was charged last year for illegally selling homemade food online. She supports Assembly Bill 626, which would allow small-scale home cooking operations.
An 80-acre property in Mendocino County once owned by the founding family of Fetzer Vineyards is about to be redeveloped as a marijuana processing and packaging center for small area farmers. San Francisco-based venture Flow Kana is overseeing the project, expected to be ready by the fall harvest season.
Dave Goudie, a former Goodwill employee who witnessed the death of Abraham Garza, said the young father's death could have been prevented with proper training. Cal-OSHA has hit Sacramento Goodwill with more than $100,000 in fines for safety violations.
These 12 common jobs have the highest percentage of full-time workers in California who are immigrants. More than half of immigrant workers are naturalized U.S. citizens; the noncitizens include legal and unauthorized state residents.
Just in time for April Fool's Day on Saturday, April 1, 2017, Google has provided another one of its features that turns its search interface into funky, and in this case old school, fun. Check out the "Ms. Pac-Man" feature on Google Maps and see if it plays the way the game did in your favorite bar or arcade in the early 1980s.
More teens are turning to fruit- and candy-flavored tobacco, raising concerns that sweetened e-cigarettes and cigarillos are a gateway to nicotine addiction. A California anti-tobacco campaign targeting teens has ramped up in high schools and at a recent state Capitol rally on Kick Butts Day.