San Jose city officials will have to decide later this month whether to bolster protections for renters or weaken them to give landlords more power.
San Jose has to amend its contract with the California High Speed Rail Authority to reflect delayed construction deadlines for the bullet train.
A Santa Clara County judge ordered a convicted horse abuser to pay $113,000 in restitution to rescue groups that cared for the animals seized from his ranch last year.
California’s persistent drought is turning into a money-suck of historic proportions. The dry scourge will end up costing the state $2.2 billion and more than 17,000 jobs, according to a new study from the University of California, Davis.