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Boulders the size of school buses crash down on I-8, closing the main route from San Diego to Phoenix
Campaign to decriminalize magic mushrooms in California vies ballot initiative
This is the third attempt, but the campaign's director said Covid got in the way before.
California launches informative campaign on extreme heat
In addition to creating a website, the $20 million campaign includes outreach within vulnerable communities.
Newsom signs infrastructure package into law to streamline projects
The state's environmental permitting process can delay infrastructure projects by years.
These new California laws went into effect this week
One new law, known as "The Bacon Law," went into effect over the weekend.
Republicans to force vote to include housing in Newsom's plan to hasten infrastructure projects
The governor introduced a package of legislation to streamline the state's environmental permitting process. Housing wasn't included.
Broken Trust: The Onalaska Drug Plane Scandal
The scandalous story behind one tiny Texas town's surprising number of planes, and how an investigation into their history and use led to a drop in drug trafficking.
Survey: Most say they're happy in California, but 40% are considering moving
The driving force is the cost of healthcare, housing and everyday expenses.
Migrants bussed from Texas to Los Angeles in move mayor calls 'despicable stunt'
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said the migrants were sent to Los Angeles because California had declared itself a “sanctuary” for immigrants.
Push to enshrine same sex, interracial marriage in California Constitution sees progress
The constitutional amendment passed a key committee on Tuesday.
California counties hope for more funding in final plea before budget deadline
Cities and counties are both asking for more ongoing funding in different plans
Florida official says migrants flown to Sacramento went willingly, refutes claims of coercion
"Through verbal and written consent, these volunteers indicated they wanted to go to California."
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