(AP) -- Mexico's president Enrique Pena Nieto is visiting California Tuesday and will address the California legislature.
If you were planning to spend your Labor Day weekend in the Napa Valley, don't change your plans because of last Sunday's 6.0 earthquake. That's the message from the region's tourism industry.
A California state auditor’s report says that between 2008-2012, state agencies over-paid nearly 200,000 hours of unearned leave to employees. The erroneous payments cost the state more than $6 million.
California lawmakers will not vote on an effort to delay a state regulation that critics say will drive gas prices up.
City of Napa work crews and residents are transitioning to the recovery phase after a 6.0 quake hit the region Sunday morning.