The holidays are supposed to be a time of joy, not devastation.
Reform or power grab?
The Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors is trying to make it easier to involuntarily detain some homeless individuals for psychiatric treatment.
Social media presents elected officials with a tempting but sometimes risky platform for communicating with constituents. This educational and entertaining webinar focuses on the First Amendment, the Public Records Act, and the Brown Act.
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The Winnemucca tribe and Cannabis Science Inc. are demanding the return of their plants seized on Oct. 10, a restraining order, and a declaration that a county ordinance on the removal of these grows is unlawful.
Placer County has agreed to pay $100,000 to a man who says he was harassed and beaten by guards while interned at the Auburn jail last year.
A series of criminal justice reform measures have reduced the number of inmates serving time in California’s state prisons.