A new study by UC Davis researchers found that almost 80 percent of the fisher carcasses studied had been exposed to anticoagulant rodenticides.
"The use of eminent domain will do more harm than good," one critic said. "We need mortgage investors and lenders to come back to these fragile markets."
“The goal of a Chapter 9 filing is for the municipality to emerge with a successful plan of adjustment to restructure its debt,” said Councilman Van Johnson
Federal maritime officials have approved a plan to protect whales in and around San Francisco Bay after seeing an uptick in the number of collisions between the marine mammals and large ships.
The water district will hold a public hearing July 25.
An Oakland nonprofit group encourages low-income families to figure out for themselves what they need to get ahead, and then helps them achieve their goals.
The proposal being considered is an ordinance requiring buildings with water fountains to also install bottle-filling taps to encourage reusable containers.
Governor Jerry Brown’s realignment program is reducing the number of inmates available to help fight wildfires in the state.
Tobacco tax supporters want a recount of ballots in parts of L.A. County to see if California's barely-defeated Proposition 29 might swing the other way.
San Bernardino's chief of police says his department and county authorities are looking into allegations of wrongdoing in some city departments.
Southland Black and Latino homeowners could receive compensation under a settlement the federal Justice Department has filed.
Local government boards in California are no longer legally required to post agendas or disclose decisions made in closed sessions.
Traditionally, the rope has been erected during the winter months, which is also pupping season for the community of seals that populate the beach.
A San Bernardino city councilman and police chief plan to hold a town hall meeting Thursday night to discuss the city’s ongoing budget and bankruptcy crisis.
Riverside a step closer to getting a second federal judge: public defender chief Jesus Bernal
This year’s almond harvest could reap as much as 2.1 billion pounds of the popular nut, which would break last year’s record haul of 2.03 billion pounds.