Consumer groups are calling for changes to a proposed bill - needed to make sure drivers can continue to get free computer upgrades to repair serious car safety issues remotely.
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Children made up just 22 percent of the U.S. population in 2020 - and that's an all-time low.
(California News Service) Pink and purple Peeps are popular Easter treats, but consumer health experts warn they contain a dye that has been linked to cancer and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.
The Food and Drug Administration banned Red Dye No. 3 in cosmetics in 1990, saying it causes cancer in rats, but 33 years later it remains legal as a food additive.
The recent collapse of Silicon Valley Bank and Signature Bank has put a spotlight on the safety and stability of the U.S. financial system. Now, some experts are pointing to a greater role for community banks
Environmental groups are seeking greater input as California puts the finishing touches on its application to become a hub for hydrogen fuel production.
The term regenerative agriculture refers to a handful of practices that create healthy soil.
Gas bills jumped by hundreds of dollars over the past few months for many Californians - and Tuesday, the California Public Utilities Commission held a hearing to find out why.
This winter, volunteers counted more than 335,000 Western monarch butterflies in an annual survey, a big improvement over the last few years, but still far short of historical numbers.
Millions of Americans with student loans are anxious to hear if the Supreme Court will uphold President Joe Biden's plan to offer up to $20,000 in student debt relief.
The California State Water Board now says it will take another two years to finalize the San Francisco-San Joaquin Delta water management plan, and it is proceeding with voluntary agreements with water agencies in the meantime.