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New York is still No. 1, but San Francisco is right behind, according to Smart Growth America.
Fires and lightning caused havoc statewide, and hundreds of cowboys turned out for a gay rodeo.
The law would protect against landlord harassment and relocation benefits for displaced tenants.
More on the corruption case against a state senator and a former school board president.
Twenty percent of Covered California enrollees are estimated to move to job-based insurance over the year. …read more
Opponents of tech shuttles had fought city plan to charge the buses $1 per stop per day.
In killing bill by California Democrats this year, they are demonstrating a growing political power.
If you haven’t been able to get onto the site, you now have until 4/15, but you must apply in person. …read more
Dry years stifle a key tourist attraction, creating challenge for supporters of state’s largest park.