UC hike sparks student concerns
Posted on Thursday December 18, 2014
Hanford West High School senior Yadira Flores wants to go to University of California Berkeley or Los Angeles next year, but those plans could be put on hold.
Top 10 Measures Likely for 2016 California Ballot
Posted on Wednesday December 17, 2014
The General Election ballot in 2016 is likely to have more statewide ballot measures on it than California voters have seen in a long time.
California's Film and TV Incentives Generated $1.9 Billion In Spending
Posted on Tuesday December 16, 2014
That number could be much bigger, according to the L.A. County Economic Development Corp., if big-budget movies and visual effects could get in on the program. read more
California study finds abortion complications very rare
Posted on Thursday December 11, 2014
By Kathryn Doyle (Reuters Health) - Less than one quarter of one percent of abortion procedures result in major complications, a very low rate that is comparable to minor outpatient procedures in the U.S., according to a study of more than 50,000 women. “We reviewed every emergency department visit in detail, all return visits to the original abortion provider, visits to primary care doctors, or ...
Report: Economic boom leaving some workers 'out in the cold'
Posted on Wednesday December 10, 2014
The economic boom is leaving behind workers in California who lost their jobs in manufacturing and construction during the Great Recession and won't ever regain those vanished positions, and the Bay Area is at the forefront of the upheaval in those and other sectors, according to a reported released Wednesday.