Last year, Americans reported losing a record-breaking $5.8 billion to scams, and now, the State of California and AARP are teaming up to try to bring the number down.
An assistant chief of the fire department for the city of San Francisco made $458,223 in 2021, thanks in part to $193,883 in overtime.
Some California lawmakers voiced resistance to the tobacco industry's multi-million dollar referendum to upend the state's flavored tobacco ban, which voters will see on the ballot come November.
California state health officials are not yet declaring a state of emergency due to the monkeypox outbreak in the Golden State but say they are closely monitoring the situation.
Operations at the Port of Oakland resumed this week after several days of disruptions caused by truckers protesting a California labor law.
Officials have begun to examine what could have caused a transformer to explode at the Hoover Dam.
Water conservation groups are speaking out against a plan from the states of New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming, and Utah to divert less water from the Colorado River.
After a high profile, decades-long battle to build a desalination plant in Huntington Beach ended in denial, all eyes will be on the California Coastal Commission as it considers whether to approve two smaller desalination projects this fall.
This November, California voters will be asked to approve up to $4.5 billion in new taxes on wealthy residents to fund subsidies for zero-emission vehicle purchases and charging stations.