California's jobless rate fell from 6.4 percent in May to 6.3 percent in June, according to state unemployment numbers released today. But that's still not as low as the U.S. rate.
A bill to hike California's hourly minimum wage may have stalled in the legislature after Gov. Jerry Brown's finance department announced its opposition earlier this month. But a local effort to raise the wage from $9 to $15 is still alive.
A report shows new homes sales in the Sacramento region have reached another milestone in May.