The rise in tent encampments is a well-known byproduct of Los Angeles’ homeless crisis. But tents aren’t the only unorthodox abodes exploding on L.A. streets.
The Berkeley City Council approved a resolution Tuesday that will “de-emphasize the use of City funds and resources” to enforce criminal laws against the possession and cultivation o
"We strongly believe that creating and funding programs that can improve the lives of those who have been impacted by racism and discrimination is the best path forward toward equality and justice," San Francisco NAACP President Amos Brown said in a statement.
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Basic income experiments are continuing their rapid ascent in California.
California is known for having some of the strictest gun control laws in the nation.
The town of Garberville in Humboldt County was once the poster child for California’s green rush. Today, it’s an example of the green collapse.
The $5 million lump sum payment would be aimed at redressing years of discrimination and loss of economic opportunity in the Black community.
Police robots will not be allowed to use deadly force in San Francisco — at least for now.
The California Coastal Commission approved a new desalination plant in Huntington Beach Thursday, several months after it rejected a large desalination plant in the city.