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Yes, you can be employed and homeless
Fast-food workers, who are often paid low wages and work limited hours, make up 11% of homeless workers in California, a study finds.
California's investor-owned utilities are changing how they charge for power
The push to "electrify everything" prompted the state to mandate a new fixed charge based on income, and the state's investor-owned utilities are out with proposals.
In California’s Inland Empire, the warehousing industry’s growth comes with consequences
Many worry that the industry’s growth has put the local environment and economy at risk.
California bill could penalize oil companies for price gouging
The law aims for transparency in a state known for high gasoline prices.
SVB’s collapse sends California wineries into a state of uncertainty
More than 400 California wineries borrowed from Silicon Valley Bank. In the aftermath of its collapse, many are wondering what comes next.
A push for corporate climate disclosures in California could influence rest of U.S.
A proposed carbon emissions disclosure law in the world's fifth-largest economy could push such requirements into the mainstream.
What's behind California's spiking natural gas prices?
Ratepayers report their bills are double or even nearly triple what they paid last year.
Another day, another blown deadline for Colorado River basin states
California did not sign on to a proposal from six other states.
Capturing stormwater to deal with California's drought is complicated
The infrastructure to capture California stormwater could be decades away, officials say.
Red Texas is flush, blue California has a deficit, but it's more about economics than politics
Fewer tech millionaires were minted in 2022, hurting California's bottom line, while in Texas, the oil and gas industry boomed.