The California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) has lost $69 billion as a result of the pandemic-induced global financial meltdown.
A fight over a local Costco has turned into a lawsuit between the city of Auburn and Placer County.
A federal judge has acquitted three Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies who were accused of defrauding mortgage lenders in a so-called “buy-and-bail” scheme. U.S.
Plumas County Mental Health Director Peter Livingston has submitted his resignation, citing intense on-the-job pressure that he says has begun to affect him personally.
San Diego has started cracking down on people who rent out their home on the popular Web service Airbnb, part of a growing trend of cities and counties trying to collect taxes from the shot-term re
The Dept. of Finance has released language indicating how Gov. Jerry Brown wants to deal with the wake of redevelopment agencies, which he abolished in 2011.
We’ve heard of slumber parties, Tupperware parties, and even Botox parties. But measles parties? Believe it or not, they just might be a thing.
The retailer giant Target Corp. has agreed to pay $3.9 million to settle a civil lawsuit brought by five counties and the City of San Diego.
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.