Parents Sue California Schools Over 'Anti-Islamophobia' ProgramThe lawsuit is challenging the constitutionality of the school district's "anti-Islamophobia" program, which was created in a partnership with the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR).
More Women May Be Required On Company Board Of DirectorsPublicly held corporations based in California will need to have at least one woman on its board of directors by December 31, 2019 if a proposed Senate bill passes.
Missing Air Force Officer Found 35 Years Later In CaliforniaA high-ranking officer in the US Air Force with top security clearance who disappeared 35 years ago has been found in California.
California Suing Two Toddler Formula-Makers For High Lead LevelsThe California Department of Justice and 10 District Attorneys statewide filed a lawsuit against two toddler formula-makers for high lead levels.
California To Spend $768 Million On Electric Car InfrastructureCalifornia utilities will invest nearly $768 million to expand a network of charging stations and build other infrastructure for electric vehicles as the state moves toward a goal of five million zero-emission cars on the roads by 2030.
Burger-Flipping Robot Is Back And Now 'Moves Like A Ninja'Flippy, the burger-flipping robot cook, has returned to a California fast food chain.
Fish Market Buys 70-Pound Octopus Just To Set It FreeA massive 70-pound octopus is counting its blessings after a California fish market decided to let the creature return to the ocean.
Are Pres. Trump's Immigration Policies Making California Roads Less Safe?Since 605,000 licenses were handed out in the first year, the number has dropped to an average of just 10,000 a month in California.
Voters Could Decide Fate Of Sports Betting In CaliforniaA monumental ruling by the United States Supreme Court sets the stage for legalized sports betting across the country.
California Collects $60.9 Million In Taxes In 3 Months From Marijuana Users, GrowersLegal recreational marijuana sales netted the state of California $60.9 million in tax revenue in the first three months of 2018, according to the state’s tax agency.
California Newborn DNA Database Shocks ParentsCalifornia has been collecting newborn blood samples since 1983. Many parents were shocked to hear their children's blood is being stored in a state database, and possibly even sold to outside researchers.
Judge Orders Wells Fargo To Pay California Workers $97 MillionA federal judge has ordered Wells Fargo to pay $97.3 million in damages to mortgage workers in California who weren’t paid enough for their breaks.