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Advocates say a lawsuit to stop the sweep of an Oakland encampment could provide blueprint.
Santa Clara Valley Water District fails to come to agreement after four hours of public testimony
There’s a lot of misinformation floating around out there about homelessness in California. We use data to dispel several common myths.
In a sign of financial trouble, State Farm General has asked for permission to dramatically increase insurance rates for millions of California homeowners and renters.
The Jurupa Valley City Planning Commission has requested further study on a development that potentially threatens one of the oldest plants in the world.
Cities no longer are prohibited from punishing homeless people for camping if they have nowhere else to go.
California firefighters struggle to navigate workers’ comp. Their claims are more likely to involve PTSD and are denied more often.
The job markets in the Bay Area and California powered to robust job gains in March.
Heritage Growers is battling a native seed shortage to help state meet bold biodiversity and climate goals
Ojai is buying a vacant lot where 30 tiny homes will provide shelter for current residents of a tent encampment at City Hall.