Home » Archives by category » State

Heavy Rainfall Predicted for Tuesday Night through Wednesday

Heavy Rainfall Predicted for Tuesday Night through Wednesday

From the National Weather Service, San Diego: NWSSanDiego A cold polar storm will ride south over California and merge with tropical moisture on Tuesday. This brings periods of heavy rain and thunderstorms Tuesday night and Wednesday. The cold air arrives on Wednesday for heavy snowfall above 6000 feet. Showers continues behind the main storm during […]

California’s “woman quota” targeted in new lawsuit | Fighting California’s discriminatory law

California’s “woman quota” targeted in new lawsuit | Fighting California’s discriminatory law

A lawsuit filed today challenges California’s first-in-the-nation requirement that publicly traded companies have a certain number of women on their boards of directors. “This law puts equal numbers above equal treatment,” said Anastasia Boden, a senior attorney at Pacific Legal Foundation. “This law is built on the condescending belief that women aren’t capable of getting […]

San Francisco’s Poop Problem: 25,000 Reported Cases Of ‘Human Or Animal Waste’ In 10 Months, Data Show

San Francisco’s Poop Problem: 25,000 Reported Cases Of ‘Human Or Animal Waste’ In 10 Months, Data Show

PETER HASSON SENIOR REPORTER   The City of San Francisco’s Department of Public Works responded to tens of thousands of “human or animal waste” reports in the first 10 months of 2019, according to the city data. The department responded to 25,084 such cases from January through October of this year, according to the city’s 311 […]

Two Dead, Four Wounded In California School Shooting: Report

Two Dead, Four Wounded In California School Shooting: Report

WILLIAM DAVIS REPORTER   Two are dead with four more wounded following a Santa Clarita, California school shooting Thursday. Police responded to the shooting at Saugus High School. The deceased are a 16-year-old female student, and a 14-year-old male student. Two other students at the school remain in critical condition. (RELATED: Death Toll In El Paso Shooting […]

Truckers sue California, say new gig economy law would kill 70,000 jobs

Truckers sue California, say new gig economy law would kill 70,000 jobs

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — The California Trucking Association on Tuesday filed what appears to be the first lawsuit challenging a sweeping new labor law that seeks to give wage and benefit protections to workers in the so-called gig economy, including rideshare drivers at companies such as Uber and Lyft. The legislation violates federal law and would deprive more […]

California woman claims homeless man dumped bucket of hot feces on her head

California woman claims homeless man dumped bucket of hot feces on her head

By Barnini Chakraborty | Fox News A California woman claims she was assaulted by a homeless man who pulled her out of her car, dragged her into the middle of the street and poured a bucket of hot feces on her head. Heidi Van Tassell described the disgusting incident to Fox News on Tuesday. She said she was getting into […]

How Do The Blackout Fires Impact Everyday People? California Rancher Chris Burgard Tells All

How Do The Blackout Fires Impact Everyday People? California Rancher Chris Burgard Tells All

DAILY CALLER PRODUCTIONS CONTRIBUTOR . Every year, Southern California gets hit with Santa Anna winds that result in massive rolling fires. The fires burn thousands of acres and force thousands of people to evacuate their homes every year. Unlike past years, however, 2019’s wildfires were accompanied by sweeping blackouts, and rancher and filmmaker Chris Burgard gave the […]

Apple Pledges $2.5 Billion To Help Combat California’s Housing Crisis

Apple Pledges $2.5 Billion To Help Combat California’s Housing Crisis

AUDREY CONKLIN REPORTER   Apple announced a $2.5 billion plan to help combat the housing crisis in California, according to a Monday press release from the tech giant. The Silicon Valley staple is one of many, including Facebook and Google, taking steps to address the state’s housing shortage that came in part after the tech giants invaded the area, bringing […]

Here’s How State Regulators Played A Role In California’s Rolling Blackouts, Wildfires

Here’s How State Regulators Played A Role In California’s Rolling Blackouts, Wildfires

CHRIS WHITE TECH REPORTER   California Gov. Gavin Newsom railed against the state’s public utility company for blacking out large portions of the state, but some experts say regulators are partially to blame. Regulators in the state are too preoccupied with solar panels, climate change and keeping customers’ rates low to update old transmission lines that […]

News…From the Desk of State Treasurer Fiona Ma, CPA

News…From the Desk of State Treasurer Fiona Ma, CPA

State Treasurer Fiona Ma   Last month the State Treasurer’s Office (STO) allocated $1.8 billion in bonding authority and $88.2 million in federal tax credits to spur production of 6,442 units of affordable housing. This brings the number of units we have financed during the course of 2019 to 17,360. But this month’s workforce housing […]

Page 1 of 141123Next ›Last »