Gov. Jerry Brown signed the cell phone "kill switch" bill while lawmakers rejected a statewide ban on single-use plastic bags on a busy Monday at the state Capitol.
Damage assessments continue after an earthquake that struck Napa and surrounding areas. Capital Public Radio's Bob Moffitt is In Napa and has the latest updates. UPDATES: 11 A.M.
There’s a one in four chance that your doctor went to medical school outside the U.S. Dozens of Americans in recent years have chosen to do that in Cuba.
A statewide plastic bag ban and tighter regulations for ride-sharing companies headline the California Legislature’s final week in session.
It will be easier this year to bike to work or school at the Sacramento State University campus and more spaces will be guarded to deter bike thieves.