Los Angeles County’s Board of Supervisors is on the lookout for a new chief executive officer.
Despite the state’s record-breaking drought, this year’s fall walnut harvest is coming in better than expected.
The state added 335,000 residents over the last year.
Santa Clara County may soon join a growing number of local governments to consider body cameras for its law enforcement personnel.
In the wake of the killings of two unarmed African American men by police officers, and the subsequent decision not to indict either officer, the call is getting louder to end the secrecy of the gr
More than a thousand public retirees in California are earning pensions that exceed the federal limit of $220,000, according to data from CalPERS.