Gov. Brown Signs Law Bolstering Equal Pay Protection For WomenSupporters say the new law offers the strongest equal-pay protection in the nation to challenge gender-based wage gaps.
UC Officials Consider Plan To Require Recommendation Letters For Incoming FreshmanThe new policy at UC Berkeley - a significant break from tradition - could pave the way for other UC schools to follow.
Racial Profiling Law Warned Could Remove Officers From Street PatrolPolice unions in Southern California are warning that a new law designed to combat racial profiling could end up drowning personnel in paperwork by being forced to collect data on traffic stops.
Looking For The 'Drunkest City In California?' Head To The BeachSanta Monica is known as the endpoint for Route 66 and the birthplace for much of California’s beach culture.
Officials: California Meeting Water Conservation TargetA state water official said Californians have met a mandate to save water for a third consecutive month during the grinding drought.
Haggen Plans To Close California StoresThe company said as part of its plan to "right-size," it would close stores in California, Arizona and Nevada as part of a bankruptcy process announced Sept. 9.
Concrete Pours Begin On California Incline Bridge ProjectDrivers on Pacific Coast Highway and throughout the Westside were urged to use caution Tuesday as the first of three concrete pours for the California Incline Bridge deck gets underway.
UC Regents Debate Statement Against 'Intolerance', 'Hate Speech' On CampusUniversity of California officials are debating a first draft of system-wide principles defining intolerance that some free speech advocates fear could lead to censorship.
California Lawmakers Approve Right-To-Die Legislation; Brown Decision PendingCalifornia lawmakers gave final approval Friday to a bill that would allow terminally ill patients to legally end their lives.
Less Than Half Of California Students Meet New Reading, Math StandardsLess than half of all California students passed new math and English tests aligned with the Common Core standards and considered indicators of college and career readiness, according to results released Wednesday.
USC Survey Finds Majority Of Voters Know 'A Little' Or 'Nothing' About Common CoreA new poll found more than one in four California voters - about 26 percent - had not heard of the Common Core state standards.
Pac-12 College Football Weekend Recap (Week 1)With the first weekend of college football almost behind us, let's take a look at what the Pac-12 did in the opening weekend of the college football season.