The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department has lost two of its deputies to the coronavirus.
Most California counties are helping people in jail or on probation to apply for health coverage through the Affordable Care Act, according to a report released earlier this month.
County officials in the central San Joaquin Valley say they are chipping away at a backlog of unprocessed Medi-Cal applications that prompted individuals and advocacy organizations to sue the state
How much does your kid like their violent video game? More than ice cream?
The Leadership California Institute (LCI) today released its inaugural report on the status of women in California local government.
Orange County officials have tabled a proposal that would have increased pay for top political aides amidst criticism from rank-and-file employees and the county’s largest union.
California’s 10 largest counties spent $560 million on health care for county jail inmates in fiscal year 2013, representing a 16 percent jump from fiscal year 2011.
Los Angeles County will join San Francisco, Alameda, and Contra Costa in cancelling millions of dollars in administrative fees charged to former convicts.
$2.86 million flowed into Santa Barbara County coffers last quarter as a result of commercial cannabis.