Senate asks Tony Mendoza to take leave of absence pending harassment investigation
California Senate Pro Tem Kevin de León said he asked Sen. Tony Mendoza to step away from his position in the Legislature as law firms investigate three separate misconduct allegations against the Artesia Democrat. “I have spoken with Sen. Mendoz
A restaurant employee describes how extended bar hours may affect workers in the Sacramento industry. Senate Bill 905 in the California Legislature would allow the city to craft its own rules and choose to keep bars open until 4 a.m.
Democratic California lawmakers Autumn Burke of Marina del Rey and David Chiu of San Francisco vow to continue efforts to require pregnancy centers to give abortion information despite a Supreme Court ruling that it violates the First Amendment.
Steve Fournier, a hunter from Aptos, stalks wild pigs with Sam McGuire of SMC Guide Service in San Benito County on June 16, 2018. Fournier says he finds satisfaction hunting in wild pork he harvested himself.
Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon, D-Paramount, comments on the state budget the Legislature sent to Gov. Jerry Brown on June 14, 2018. Democratic Assemblymembers Susan Talamantes-Eggman and Phil Ting accompanied him.