The plywood covering storefront windows across downtown Sacramento makes it obvious. Things aren't back to normal. Businesses have faced challenges upon challenges over the last several months.
FourthWave, an accelerator for women-led technology companies, has selected a portfolio of companies for its 16-week virtual ...
California Senate must pass Assembly Bill 3262 to extend the liability laws on dangerous and defective products to electronic ...
California lawmakers are considering mandating businesses notify workers and public health officials whenever an employee has ...
How should California dig itself out of a $54 billion deficit? A divide between state lawmakers over how to generate revenue ...
Sacramento forensic accountant Jolene Fraser has been named the new chairwoman of the California Society of CPAs' board of directors. The statewide organization represents the largest state group of ...
Adam Frese, rescued the tortoise from the intersection of Highway 49 and Mountain Ranch Road in San Andreas, California, on ...
A California judge has ordered changes to an election guide mailed to every registered California voter this fall, ruling ...
Since the onset of the coronavirus pandemic, Gov. Gavin Newsom has said the state’s response would be guided by data. Now, a ...
California Gov. Gavin has signed a law to let counties offer fewer in-person voting options as they hold the November ...
As Uber’s CEO touted earnings to investors, company lawyers fought in court to preserve that business model. Oral arguments commenced yesterday in California Attorney Xavier Becerra’s ...
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California has surpassed 10,000 deaths from the coronavirus, making it the U.S. state with the third-highest deaths since the start of the pandemic.