A bill that would have allowed bars to stay open until 4 am in nine California cities - including Palm Springs, Cathedral City, and Coachella - was vetoed by Governor Jerry Brown on Friday.SB 905 would have created...
Riverside police have released video of a man and a woman taking a snake from a pet store in hopes the public can help identify them.The couple was in Elliott's for Pets on Brockton Avenue last Friday at about...
Elections matter.  Your voice should be heard.  Here's how to get registered to vote in the state of California - and don't worry, it's easy. First the rules, in order to be eligible to vote in the state of California,...
With less than two months until the 2018 midterm election, California has launched a new program with a goal of fighting online disinformation campaigns seen on social media.A recently passed law allows The Office of Elections Cybersecurity to...
You will soon have to ask for a straw for your drink if you got to a restaurant in California thanks to a bill signed by Gov. Jerry Brown on Thursday in a move lawmakers hope will do a...
Since testing began in July, nearly 20 percent of marijuana products in California have failed potency and purity tests, according to AP News.The testing has found unacceptable levels of pesticides, solvents, and bacteria, including E. coli and salmonella, according...
Governor Jerry Brown signed into law a new bill Wednesday prohibiting cities from charging people legal fees to prosecute them.The law comes less than a year after reporter Brett Kelman, then with the Desert Sun, investigated the practice that...
A Riverside man was arrested on suspicion of a hate crime and assault after police say he swung a hatchet at a delivery driver and called him “a racially sensitive name” on Saturday night.Police were called at 6:42 pm...
The chairman of the California Democratic Party who called for a boycott of In-N-Out Burger last week because the fast food chain donated to the Republican Party, has declared “there is no boycott.”Eric Bauman tweeted on August 29...
California lawmakers narrowly passed a bill on Friday that would middle schools and high schools in the state to begin their classes at 8:30 am or later.The bill, SB328, would give schools three years to apply, according to...
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