The FBI raided the office of Democratic California state Sen. Ron Calderon and the office of the Latino Legislative Caucus Tuesday for an undisclosed investigation, according to the Sacramento Bee.
A new California law grants an agency overseeing health care reforms the authority to keep the spending on contractors secret from public disclosure, reports the Associated Press.
About one in 10 adults in Los Angeles County either illegally entered the United States or has overstayed a visa, according to a new study released by University of Southern California researchers.
Former California state senator Michael Rubio is facing questions for potentially receiving improper gifts while an elected official.
A fuel cell manufacturer that received more than $70 million in federal grants has been fined for illegally paying employees in pesos.
The Drakes Bay Oyster Company heads to court on Friday seeking a preliminary injunction against the secretary of the interior’s decision to terminate the company’s permit to operate on federal land.
Regulations subsidizing the use of solar panels in California will cost customers who don’t have them $1.3 billion annually, according a report in the San Francisco Chronicle. California utility companies claim that rates will have to be raised on traditional customers to make up the shortfall.
In a new interview for Esquire, former California governor and international superstar Arnold Schwarzenegger takes on fruit lovers and silliness in California government.
Auditors in California discovered its state employees are being overpaid and committing fraud.