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As rising costs of rebuilding after several years of wildfires are wiping out profits for California home insurers, State Farm isn’t the first insurer to retreat from the state, and may not be the last.
Under the proposed state changes, recipients would gain greater flexibility to participate in activities such as going to school, domestic violence counseling, addiction treatment or mental health care, at an estimated cost of100 million.
One bill will require social media companies to share advertising revenue with news publishers.
As of May 30, FEMA approved assistance for applicants in Santa Cruz and Monterey counties, including Pajaro and the city of Watsonville, but the state has yet to name nonprofits that deliver the aid.
Workers who lost their jobs during the COVID-19 pandemic and are enrolling in a college program have until June 15 to apply for a California relief grant to receive up to $2,500 as state lawmakers seek to cut programs to …
The district’s governing board is expected to formally approve Lambert’s contract at its regular meeting June 12. Lambert, currently chancellor of Pima Community College in Arizona, will start in his new role Aug. 1.
A bill to tax Airbnb and other short-term rentals to fund affordable housing projects could be voted on by the Senate as soon as today. The proposal has revived the debate over Airbnb and its role in the housing crisis.
The latest Point-in-Time census showed slight decreases in the number of unhoused individuals counted across Santa Clara County and in the City of San José.
Jonathan Vu Hoang, formerly of San Jose, admitted he created a bogus investment company and defrauded multiple investors by falsely promising them he would invest their money.
Increasing CSU tuition up to $8,000 over a five-year period by 2030 might not be enough to cover the system's spending, as faculty press for 12% pay increases.
After unanimously clearing the Senate, a bill expanding first responders’ access to workers’ comp for PTSD moves to the Assembly.
The donation is the largest ever for the non-profit, and will accelerate its plans to serve women in Africa and Asia with devastating childbirth injuries.
Applied Materials' 180,000-square-foot facility is expected to employ 1,500 construction workers during construction and 2,000 engineering jobs once construction is complete.
Under his May budget plan, Gov. Gavin Newsom wants the UC and CSU to get more state student housing in 2023-24, but the universities would have to borrow the money through bonds. The state would pay the interest on the …
Californians who lose a loved one to a violent crime can receive support for funeral costs, counseling and other expenses from the state’s Victim Compensation Board. A bill under consideration in the California Senate would extend the program to victims …
The CHP said the crash was triggered when a Ford pickup truck traveling north on Highway 101 in Sunnyvale struck the center divider and came to a stop, blocking some northbound lanes. Other cars then hit the pickup and also …
Prosecutors said Botox injections and lip fillers were illegally administered at a home med spa in San Jose, resulting in criminal charges for practicing medicine without a license.
A 2021 state law took investigations into California police shootings out of the hands of local cops. Now, some families say the new system is agonizing in its own way.
A 2015 law to bring more transparency to paid trips for California legislators has led to only two disclosure forms being filed by the sponsoring groups.
Senators derided SVB's former CEO Gregory Becker at a hearing about the reasons for the failure of his bank. “It sounds a lot like ‘my dog ate my homework,’” one said.