Latest Stories (7)
Wastewater workers wish for a fatberg-free holiday
Dec 26, 2022
Our sewers work overtime at this time of year.
A Southern California town reckons with its disappearing beaches
Nov 21, 2022
One sign of erosion: The rail tracks that run along the beach south of San Clemente are in danger of sliding into the ocean.
Would a new public college campus in California help provide spots for more qualified students?
Mar 31, 2022
There aren't enough seats at 4-year universities for qualified students. How can the state meet the rising demand?
Apprenticeship gives California health care workers a career boost
Oct 21, 2021
The program helps licensed vocational nurses who work in state prisons to become registered nurses.
Where are all the construction tradeswomen?
Aug 17, 2021
Despite steady progress toward gender equality in other fields, women still make up only a small percentage of construction workers.
Are short-term job training programs worth it?
Jul 6, 2021
Boot camps and certificate programs have a mixed track record when it comes to getting people jobs that pay well.
Training a new workforce for California's move to electric vehicles
Jun 28, 2021
Researchers say the state will need a lot more people to build and maintain its EV infrastructure.