Despite protests and passionate pleas from students, the Cal State Board of Trustees voted yesterday to raise tuition for the first time in several years.
A $3 billion affordable housing bond is one step closer to going before California voters. The bill advanced through a Senate committee yesterday.
When it comes to Donald Trump, California is feeling lukewarm at best. In a new survey from the Public Policy Institute of California, about a third of Californians approve of the job he's doing as president.
President’s Trump’s multibillion dollar project to build a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border is moving full steam ahead. The Department of Homeland Security is now accepting proposals from contractors. This project is so unpopular in California that some cities say they'll bar companies from city contracts if they help build the wall and the state is considering divesting its employee pension fund from these businesses. But hundreds of vendors - many in California - are still trying to get in on what could be a financial bonanza.
Two teenagers in Fresno are accusing a border patrol agent of sexually assaulting them while in custody. The ACLU of California is seeking damages from U.S customs and Border Protection.
End Music: "Stained Glass" by Real Estate, from the album "In Mind" (Domino Recording Co.)
House Republicans could vote to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act this morning. That would be ironic, because Obamacare turns seven years old today. Now, the replacement could cut more than $24 billion from federal payments to California over the next decade, according to Governor Jerry Brown.
Howard, the historically black university based in Washington D.C, is opening a “Howard West” in California. Howard computer science students will train at the Google campus in Mountain View.