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Gov. Jerry Brown’s move on Friday to pardon five immigrants facing possible deportation for past criminal acts prompted a Twitter tit-for-tat with President Trump over Easter weekend.
Lawmakers’ tempers flared Monday as the California Senate adjourned in memory of Stephon Clark, an unarmed African-American man who was shot to death by Sacramento police officers on March 18.
Sen. Steven Bradford (D-Gardena) angrily denounced the shooting, saying Clark did not get a day in court...
Matt Dababneh, the former Democratic assemblyman who resigned last year amid allegations of sexual misconduct, has opened a new fundraising committee that would enable him to tap into previously raised campaign cash.
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Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom has never been a darling of the NRA. He accused the organization of trying to incite violence through a recruiting video last year and was the force behind 2016’s Proposition 63, a voter-approved gun control initiative.
As thousands of people participated in March for Our Lives rallies across the state, one message appeared to be propelling many participants forward: “Today we march. Tomorrow we vote.”
It was the Parkland student who silently stood on stage for six minutes. The 11-year-old's eloquent call for awareness about violence against black women. The South Los Angeles teen who asked the crowd to chant her dead brother's name. The most powerful moments from Saturday's March for Our Lives...
Monday: Gun control proponents march throughout the state, fresh uproar over a fatal shooting by the Sacramento police, and concern over a new housing bill.
Perhaps you’ve noticed the growing platoon of commuters biking down Market Street. The streams of people riding on popular biking corridors like the Embarcadero and Fell, Oak and Valencia streets look larger as well. Well, it isn’t just a feeling. It’s a fact. Now we have the numbers to go with those observations. Biking in San Francisco is growing. As part of an ongoing initiative to understand the role and growth of bicycling in the city, today we published our annual San Francisco Bicycle Count Report for the year 2015. The annual bike count report has been produced by the SFMTA since 2006. It highlights where bike traffic is the highest, where there are opportunities for improvement, and how our programs and projects are affecting travel behavior.
San Francisco schools Supt. Richard Carranza, a leading candidate to head the Los Angeles Unified, has pulled out of consideration, according to a spokeswoman for the Bay Area district.
Monday: Cities divided over recreational marijuana, a church for the Instagram era and a ban on reading while walking.
Far more people sleep in San Jose than work there, a challenge for the California city’s tax coffers. Now officials are hoping a massive property sale to Google will change that.
Go inside the secret 2014 list of hundreds of Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies with histories of misconduct.
President Trump broke with standard practice Tuesday, flying to California without any lawmakers from the state. Such trips are normally a perk for lawmakers, most often from the president’s political party, who get to ride on the prestigious aircraft and gain access to the president.
Jules Luna, 30, with the group Refuse Fascism, said people need to band together to remove Trump from office. It’ll take a revolution, he said.
Thursday: L.A. supervisor relents on homeless complex, students marching across California, veterans program closes, banning fur and, finally, lots of rain.
Video from the scene showed Los Angeles’ morning gridlock even worse than usual as commuters navigated through the city center but forced to avoid the major artery into the city’s heart. The Wilshire Grand Center on Tuesday announced a day earlier than a VIP or high security visitor was expec...
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