By Maureen Tobin & Kit Cole
A new poll shows a majority of Californians have been impacted by wildfires and now favor restricting development in fire-prone areas.
California communities are witnessing a rush on evictions and rent raises ahead of statewide protections that go into effect Jan. 1.
A group known as Central California Legal Services (CCLS) is suing the City of Clovis over a lack of affordable housing — a problem it says was caused by zoning failures that violate California’s H
A Bay Area startup is making waves with a set of new bunk-bed style sleeping pods available for $800 a month. They’re basically bunk beds with curtains in a space no more than 8 feet high.
A three judge panel of the Third Appellate District Court has sided with San Diego in its challenge over a state mandate that requires local water districts to pay for lead testing at schools.