El Dorado County Statewide Articles


420 Celebration Canceled at San Francisco's Hippie Hill? Not if a Psychedelic Church Can Hash Out Plan

San Francisco canceled its official 420 celebration at Golden Gate Park this year, but the Church of Ambrosia says it will step in to provide services.

California Returns to Job Growth in March, but Unemployment Rate Remains Highest in Nation

For the second month in a row, California posted the highest unemployment figure in the country. And it was one of only two states with a jobless rate above 5%.

A Drunk Driver Killed Her Husband and Daughter. His 11-Year Sentence Brings No Comfort

The 11-year prison sentence handed to the drunk driver who killed her husband and daughter is not enough, Anaheim woman says.

Significantly Tiny in Size, a Cupertino Home Is Selling for Big Bucks: $1.7 Million

About the size of a hotel room, a Cupertino home that's less than 400 square feet is selling for more then $1.7 million, proving that size doesn't matter in Silicon Valley.

Tesla Recalls Nearly 4,000 Cybertrucks Due to Faulty Accelerator Pedal

Tesla's Cybertrucks are being recalled due to a faulty accelerator pedal, just five months after the electric pickups were delivered to drivers.

Medical Providers Still Grappling With UnitedHealth Cyberattack: ‘More Devastating Than Covid’

Two months after a cyberattack on a UnitedHealth Group subsidiary halted payments to some doctors, medical providers say they're still grappling with the fallout, even though UnitedHealth told shareholders on Tuesday that business is largely back to normal.

Medical Providers Still Grappling With UnitedHealth Cyberattack: ‘More Devastating Than Covid’

Two months after a cyberattack on a UnitedHealth Group subsidiary halted payments to some doctors, medical providers say they're still grappling with the fallout, even though UnitedHealth told shareholders on Tuesday that business is largely back to normal.

'Cute, Cuddly' Giant Pandas Will Soon Call San Francisco Home, Mayor Breed Announces

Giant pandas from China are slated to come to SF Zoo for first time in 39 years.

Murrieta Board Defies State, Will Keep Policy to Tell Parents About LGBTQ+ Transitioning

State officials had ordered Riverside County district to drop its parent-notification policy — and administrators were going comply — but school board rebels.

Body of Unidentified Man Washes Ashore on Ventura County Beach

Investigators said the man was in his mid-30s but gave no additional information surrounding his death.

Why Are Black Californians Leaving the State?

Crowd at a 2021 Juneteenth celebration in Los Angeles. Photo by Ringo H.W. Chiu, AP Photo

CA Workers to Get Indoor Heat Protections

Employees make burgers at an In-N-Out restaurant in San Francisco on March 20, 2023. Photo by Chin Hei Leung, SOPA Images/Sip USA via Reuters

Topanga Canyon Still Closed by Landslide, Won't Be Cleared Till Fall

California Department of Transportation officials said the massive slide covering a large section of Topanga Canyon Boulevard still poses a safety risk and may not be cleared until fall.

Un Plan Para Cambiar Las Tarifas De Los Servicios Públicos Está Dividiendo a Los Ambientalistas De California Y Esta Es La Razón

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A Plan to Change Your Utility Rates Is Dividing California Environmentalists. Here’s Why

The California Public Utilities Commission will consider on May 9 a new proposal that would change how Californians pay for electricity.

California Has to Rid Itself of a ‘No’ Mentality to Change Its Relationship With Cars

Earth Day Op-Ed Contest Winner: Second Place

We Investigated California’s Rehab for Parolees. Now, the State Is Taking Action

As the state moves to shrink its prison population, it hasn’t been measuring the effectiveness of a key parole program known as STOP, the Specialized Treatment for Optimized Programming.

'Help Me, Help Me': Metro Bus Driver Stabbed, Reviving Fears About Safety

Attacks on Metro bus drivers highlight dangers that operators face. Serious attacks on transit workers have tripled nationally over the last 15 years.

PetSmart Contest Offers to Cover Up Bad Tattoos With a Pic of Your Pooch

PetSmart contest gives entrants a chance to replace tattoos they regret with portraits of a pet. The company has partnered with a tattoo studio in Culver City.

Crew Suspected of Taking $250,000 in Scratchers From 44 Stores Arrested by Sheriff's Department

Los Angeles County Sheriff's detectives watched a four-person crew linked to thefts dating back to Feb. 13 pilfer more Scratchers in Arlington Heights. This time, however, the thieves' luck ran out as they were arrested, the sheriff's department announced Wednesday.

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