Jeremy Craig, who was hired as Vacaville’s city manager in 2017, has been ousted by the City Council. In a unanimous vote March 24, city leaders terminated his contract, effective immediately.
When Chula Vista City Councilman Steve Padilla first announced he'd tested positive for COVID-19, he seemed to be in relatively good spirits.
The State of California has entered into an agreement with Verity Health System of California, Inc. that will allow it to use two vacant hospitals as facilities for COVID-19 patients.
Drone images of San Francisco in the aftermath of shelter-in-place orders reveal a virtual ghost town, with empty streets and buildings as far as the eye can see.
The Los Angeles City Council passed a resolution Tuesday that effectively places a moratorium on most street vending within city limits to protect Angelenos from the spread of coronavirus.
Fears over a coming recession are shaking the financial markets to their core. But in the almost certain event of a huge economic downturn, some U.S.
Local governments and school districts are struggling to navigate their budget plans in the face of our new, difficult reality.
Former L.A. City Councilman Mitch Englander has agreed to plead guilty to one count of conspiring to falsify material facts in a federal corruption investigation.
Campaigns have access to more voters, polling, and media data than at any time in history. But the quality, accuracy, and reliability of this data is being questioned more than ever.