The Riverside County Sheriff’s Department has lost two of its deputies to the coronavirus.
As California and the nation continue a steady economic recovery, employment numbers are on the rise.
Court oversight of Los Angeles county jails has inched one step closer to reality after the U.S.
A Fresno County Superior Court has dismissed a lawsuit targeting Fresno’s marijuana cultivation ban, marking the county’s second successful defense of its 8-month-old ordinance.
Los Angeles County is considering an overhaul in its mental health services for mentally ill inmates amid growing concern that the mentally ill population in the largest U.S.
LA may be powerless to deal with its infamous traffic. But Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti hopes that those traffic jams could be more relaxing in the future.
As local and state governments continue to look for ways to control healthcare costs, a new study says some public-agency cost cutting measures may be ineffective in keeping public costs down.
Sonoma County officials are gearing up for a complete revamping of homeless services which they say will benefit those most in need.
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.