Tuolumne County Public Defender Robert Price has announced his retirement after 25 years of public service, including the past 16 as head of the county’s public defender’s office.
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors has assembled the transition team which will provide guidance and prioritize policy changes until the county’s new Office of Child Protection is formed.
Los Angeles County Chief Executive Officer William T. Fujioka announced his retirement Thursday after seven years on the job.
Placer County’s Sheriff Ed Bonner is no stranger to public safety.
At 8:17 a.m. on June 17th, a shallow magnitude 3.8 earthquake hit just south of the Sequoia National Forest in Kern County. The U.S.
Sources recently revealed that Los Angeles' top manager, William Fujioka, has announced his retirement.
Fresno County’s former interim public defender, Elizabeth Diaz, has assumed the permanent public defender position.
California’s drought may be ravaging the bulk of California’s fruits and vegetables, but it has made at least one delicious bedfellow.
In 2017, the California State Legislature took sanctuary policies statewide with the passage of SB 54, or the California Values Act, which limits cooperation with federal immigration enforcement.
To what extent do political leaders influence violence with their charged rhetoric? A new study of the counties that held Trump rallies in 2016 may provide a clue.
A years-long dispute over the property tax assessment for Levi’s Stadium has yielded a major victory for the San Francisco 49ers that will deal a financial blow to public agencies and the Santa Cla