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See and touch heavy flood fighting equipment at the Highwater Jamboree on Oct. 21
City of Sacramento staff are inviting people to attend the Oct. 21 “Highwater Jamboree,” which is expected to be the largest flood preparedness event in the region. Attendees will be able to inter...
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California Sues ‘Crisis’ Pregnancy Centers That Promise ‘Abortion Pill Reversal’
Several anti-abortion crisis pregnancy centers are advertising abortion pill reversal. California Attorney General Rob Bonta calls the claims false advertising that mislead vulnerable patients.
‘We Are Horrified’: Late Changes to Newsom’s $6 Billion Mental Health Bond Surprise Providers
California voters likely will see a mental health ballot measure on the March 2024 election. One would issue a $6 billion bond to create housing for people with mental illnesses.
California collects a special tax on high incomes to fund mental health services. Gov. Gavin Newsom wants to change how the money is spent so a share of it can be used to fund housing for homeless people with mental …
More workers are filing claims with the state alleging employers are retaliating against them for engaging in legally protected activities, such as seeking overtime pay or reporting wage theft or discrimination.
Under a system that has long prioritized local control for school districts. state officials now are fighting some recent board decisions regarding LGBTQ students.
By channeling funds to a number of nonprofits working on various issues in a given region, community foundations help solve big problems throughout California.
A conversation with Stacy Caldwell, CEO of Tahoe Truckee Community Foundation
The legislation would overhaul the process to appeal denials of coverage by private health insurance companies. By Mark Kreidler, Capital & Main This story is...
The Placer County District Attorney’s Office announced 21-year-old Nathaniel Cabacungan was convicted of second-degree murder, among other charges, as it relates to a Roseville-area fentanyl death of a 15-year-old-girl reported in June 2022. The conviction is the first of its …
A popular program doubles CalFresh benefits to buy fruits and vegetables at farmers’ markets. It is among the California food benefit programs on the table in the budget negotiations between legislative leaders and Gov. Newsom.
As extra pandemic benefits end, food banks say that they're becoming long-term supermarkets for Californians facing food insecurity. Several bills to boost CalFresh are before the Legislature, but the state budget deficit may get in the way.
California’s new CARE Court system that compels treatment for people with severe mental illness is set to roll out in seven counties this October, despite efforts by civil liberties groups to stop it.