Sometimes making the community better manifests as a better understanding of how nature works. Local birders lead the way.
Use California Local’s maps of the Santa Cruz area to learn more about the community and to get around quickly, safely and comfortably.
Recent discussions in social media revealed a lack of maps of safe local bike routes. So we connected with local bike experts to start a crowdsourced project to create some.
The 'Washington Post' descends on the "capital of Blue State America" to expose the ongoing homeless crisis in Sacramento.
A look inside the billionaire boys’ club behind much of the world’s media platforms.
Elon Musk may be the latest, but billionaires have been buying media outlets for decades. What does that mean for the control of news and information at a time when a free press is more important than ever?
Abortion rights will remain protected, even expanded in California after the Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade, Gov. Gavin Newsom vows after a leaked SCOTUS opinion reveals the court plans to abolish the right to choose.
The founder of local tech company Looker explains why he supports Measure D, the Greenway Initiative.
California Local often covers issues related to homelessness. But this week’s newsletter is aimed toward those who do have homes.
The two most prominent voices on either side of this heated issue face off on KSCO-AM radio 1080, hosted by station owner Michael Zwerling.
Gold Rush-era landscapes, funk art sculptures, pop art statements, Chicano art movement masterworks—here are 10 places to explore the work of California artists.
Code violations, even after they're fixed, can cost struggling homeowners their homes. Some have seen fees and fines into the six figures even after repairs. Here are some of the horror stories. But what can be done about it?
Happy belated Earth Day. And enjoy the rest of International Dark Sky Week!
It’s time to turn off the lights and explore the cosmos in all its glory.
California can increase water savings in urban and suburban areas by 30 to 48 percent using nothing but existing technology, a new report from the Pacific Institute says.