Gas prices may be dipping this week, but California drivers continue to pay much more than the rest of the country, according to a watchdog group.
As gasoline prices have continued to soar in recent weeks, most of the state’s oil refineries have reportedly raked in more profits than ever.
The family of an Orange County woman killed in a 2006 car crash is still fighting to keep graphic pictures of her death off the Internet.
Representatives with Consumer Watchdog say California drivers spent $1 billion more on gasoline in March than the rest of the nation.
Remember last month when gas prices were soaring? A new reports says here’s how bad it really got.
A Southland consumer advocacy group called for an investigation Friday into alleged price manipulation at the pump after a sharp jump in local gas prices following an explosion at a Torrance refinery.
Former state regulators allegedly helped officials with Boeing derail the cleanup of a partial nuclear meltdown site in Simi Valley, according to a new report.
A consumer advocacy group is calling on the California insurance commissioner to stop allowing automobile insurance companies to grant discounts for those who belong to professional organizations.
With the start of the holiday shopping season just days away, a consumer group says taking Google along with you to compare prices might end up costing you twice as much.
The author of Proposition 103, the landmark bill that regulated auto insurance rates in California, said Tuesday he knows how to replicate its success to fix the Affordable Care Act.
Some Anthem Blue Cross members have received letters that their health insurance plans are no longer available due to the Affordable Care Act.
A voting method in the California State Assembly that some legislators call “common practice” is coming under fire from government watchdogs.
A ruling by the California Fair Political Practices Commission Thursday aimed to bring more transparency to online political campaign posts.
A type of treatment for children with autism must be covered by public insurance companies, a California appeals court ruled.
Auto Club of Southern California customers will receive an average 4.1 percent rate reduction on policies, Insurance Commissioner Dave Jones announced Wednesday.