Incarcerated California youths, trained to fight wildfires, may now be able to find similar jobs once released
A recently passed law allows some young people trained in firefighting to have their records expunged, opening doors to employment.
Scientists are looking at ways to determine if grapes from smoky areas can still be used, without adding an unpleasant ashy taste to wine.
When service providers lease buildings, it can speed up the availability of housing that comes with social services.
But institutional investors, consumers and other stakeholders could continue to hold companies accountable.
The law, which went into effect in 2020, required California-based companies to appoint directors from underrepresented communities.
There aren't enough seats at 4-year universities for qualified students. How can the state meet the rising demand?
A California task force weighs which Black residents could be eligible.
There are several reasons. For one, the state is highly dependent on foreign crude oil.
Everyone from Native American tribes to online entities wants a piece of what some call the "holy grail" of the sports gambling landscape.
Power lines and equipment have sparked devastating blazes. Now companies are asked to take stock of their aging infrastructure.