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At Black Oak Mine Unified School District Board of Trustees’ meeting on March 9, Director of Facilities, Maintenance, Operations and Transportation Mark Koontz presented an award to the team that has worked tirelessly to address the challenges presented by recent storms.
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Ever wonder why things go wrong in our country and economy? We learned a new word from Cory Doctorow, and found a solution to this menace in the Fediverse.
Dianne Feinstein, California's longtime senior U.S. Senator, has announced she will end a legendary career in public life that began in 1961 and took off amidst the turbulent, violent era of San Francisco in the 1970s.
Black History Month provides an opportunity to remember the achievements of African Americans who fought for equality in the Golden State.
CalMatters presents a roundup of what you need to know today, Tuesday, Feb. 7, 2023
The title of CapCon 2023 was 'Rebuilding Trust in an Age of Disinformation.' Barr’s response to that prompt was unambiguous: You do not deserve to be trusted.
Google may be forced to sell off its $200 billion online advertising service if a new lawsuit by the federal Department of Justice claiming that Google acts as a monopoly succeeds.
Don’t just be a spectator in the fight against climate change. Here are some small steps you can take to reduce your carbon footprint.
California is a leading producer of agricultural crops. So it’s not surprising to find cutting-edge ideas taking root here.
State and local officials are still asking law enforcement to prevent gun violence. Community leaders believe gun violence should be treated as a public health crisis, and incorporate prevention strategies that address the social factors in areas most at risk.
Kevin McCarthy has reached the top position in the U.S. House, but has still fallen short in addressing the ongoing water crisis in his owndistrict, a new CNN.com report says.
After the massacre late Saturday nigh that left 10 dead and 10 others hospitalized, on Sunday one politician after another expressed sorrow and offered condolences.
In its first formal response to Gov. Gavin Newsom’s $297 billion spending plan, the Legislature offered some pointed feedback on Wednesday: The governor’s fiscal forecasters are being too optimistic and the state needs to prepare for a worsening budgetary outlook. …
Dianne Feinstein, who has been a U.S. senator from California for three decades, hasn't yet said whether she'll seek another term in 2024, but would-be successors are already standing in line.
How to effectively communicate actionable information for preparation before extreme events, and to disseminate vital information during and after disasters.
A dozen days of wet and wild weather haven’t ended the drought, and won't cure the driest period in the West in the past 1,200 years.
With a projected $25 billion deficit, Newsom proposes slashing $6 billion from climate change programs even as a historic storm likely driven by climate change batters the state.
The Northern California chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists honored CalMatters’ work.
Since March of 202, Emily Hoeven has written and compiled a daily newsletter for CalMatters. This is from her last.
Welcome to 2023 — a year that may prove decisive in California’s attempts to address some major challenges, from housing and homelessness to climate change.
Here’s a look back, through the work of CalMatters photojournalists and freelance photographers.
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