California Lawmakers Aim To Strengthen Gun Ban In Schools"Research shows allowing more guns in schools makes them less safe," the bill's author says.
Nestlé Faces Backlash Over Collecting Water From Drought-Stricken Southern CaliforniaOf the Glendale company's current 40 water sources around the country, 11 are in California.
LA City Firefighters Ranked As Top Overtime Earners In California For 2016A trio of Los Angeles city firefighters have earned the dubious distinction as the top public employee overtime earners in California, thanks to a generous overtime policy.
Guide To Del MarBesides its world-famous racetrack, Del Mar is known for its pristine beaches, sunny weather and historic downtown village.
California May Adopt State DinosaurCalifornia may soon have a state dinosaur.
Study: California Gets 50 Cents For Every Dollar Paid In Federal Income TaxThe WalletHub survey found that California ranks a lowly 47th in the nation when it comes to receiving federal funding for schools, hospitals, and roads and bridges, among other things.
California Assemblyman Wants To Ban Smoking At All State Beaches, ParksVolunteers collected 123,051 cigarette butts from beaches along Los Angeles County in 2016, according to Heal the Bay.
Uber Self-Driving Cars Are Coming Back To California's RoadsUber's self-driving cars will return to California's streets. But the company doesn't plan to pick up passengers for now.
Trump's Policies On Immigration, Foreign Visitors Could Hit California Economy HardCalifornia is still golden, but President Donald Trump’s policies on immigration and foreign visitors could hit the state’s economy hard in two places – agriculture and tourism.
Rain-Weary Californians Using Less WaterOfficials say Californians are using less water than they have in years, thanks partly to winter rains that are doing the lawn-watering for them.
Best Summer 2017 Vacation SpotsSummer has officially begun, and for those who haven't yet decided upon a place to visit, there is no time to waste.
Repair Costs For Storm-Battered California Roads Hits $600MThe bill to repair California's roadways hammered by floods and rockslides in an onslaught of storms this winter has reached nearly $600 million, more than double what the state budgeted for such emergencies.

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