Project turns census data into a graphic look at the varied racial makeup of cities and neighborhoods.
Marin County supervisors approved a plan on Tuesday that allows affordable housing developments along Highway 101 to be built.
In the 1920s and 30s, downtown Stockton was home to “Little Manila,” the heart of Filipino America.
By Corey G. Johnson, The Center for Investigative Reporting SACRAMENTO -– Legislators today fast-tracked an audit into why doctors under contract with the state sterilized nearly 150 female prison inmates from 2006 to 2010 without the required authorizations. During a hearing at the State Capitol, members of the Joint Legislative Audit Committee unanimously approved the investigation […]
by Kelly O’Mara and Olivia Hubert-Allen It turns out it’s not just your imagination that the Bay Area is full of skinny, active people. A study released on July 10 from Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) at the University of Washington measured the rates of activity, obesity, and longevity county-by-county across the country. The […]
Having trouble affording housing in the Bay Area? That’s not likely to end soon: The Bay Area led the state in population growth, according to a new report by the California Department of Finance. Overall, California’s population grew by almost 298,000 residents in 2012 to 37,966,000 as of Jan. 1, 2013, the department found. That […]
It’s too soon to say whether the story of James Flavy Coy Brown is an anomaly, as Nevada regulators claim, or if budget-stressed mental health service professionals are “dumping” disoriented, mentally ill people on the rest of the nation. If one thing is certain, it’s that a lot of people are now actively engaged in answering […]
Think of it like a mushroom. Up near the top, there’s a big, fat cap of Baby Boomers; down below, the stem is struggling to hold up under the weight. USC’ Dowell Myers says The Day of Demographic Reckoning has come upon us. We share his thoughts because he’s the lead researcher on a recently […]
Jack Davis describes the California accent as warm and passionate. “It’s not hurried, it’s not hostile, it’s not caustic,” said Davis, a Los Angeles native who now lives in Santa Cruz. “It’s just people hanging out and chatting and having a good time.” But where Davis hears warmth, Ted Sebern of Burbank hears nothing. “Californians […]