“It’s a tough season this year,” says Lisa Duncan of Temple Bar Marina. Slips are filled, but the boat launch is closed for now.
The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission recently approved a California proposal that prioritizes its own power needs in a crunch.
Researchers say the state will need a lot more people to build and maintain its EV infrastructure.
But cities, who don't want to give up sales tax revenue, and stores may not be quick to give up mall space.
Car manufacturers want a clear vision of where the country is headed, to create a consistent production process.
Truckee's newcomers boost the local economy, but long-term residents see rising prices and a culture clash.
Reported hate crimes against Asian Americans in 2020 rose almost 150% in 16 of America’s biggest cities, according to an analysis of police data.
The housing rush is fueled by the pandemic and the desire of people who can work remotely to get out of the city.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom will likely face a recall election this fall. That means a flood of campaign contributions.
After the FCC scrapped net neutrality rules in 2017, California enacted its own. Those have been challenged in court ever since.