September 27, 2022

How California is Managing the Heatwave’s Effect on its Power Grid

Emergency text alerts from the California Independent System Operator and the governor’s office were sent in response to the record-breaking temperatures
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September 20, 2022

The Watsonville Roots of San Jose Mayoral Candidate Matt Mahan

The Harvard-educated Silicon Valley influencer comes from a South County working-class household
September 19, 2022

Inside the Team Pioneering California’s Red Flag Law

'Red flag' laws have been slow to take off in many places, but San Diego’s program shows how advocates hope gun violence restraining orders can be used to prevent tragedy
September 6, 2022

Katherine Blunt on California Wildfires and PG&E Failures

The ‘Wall Street Journal’ reporter investigates the mishaps of California’s largest utility in ‘California Burning: The Fall of Pacific Gas and Electric—and What It Means for America's Power Grid’
September 5, 2022

New CZU Fire Book Aims for ‘Hope and Healing’

‘The People Not the Fire: Stories of Resilience’ highlights San Lorenzo Valley residents’ stories
August 26, 2022

How California Plans to Phase Out Gas Cars

California to revolutionize the automobile market, ending sales of new gas cars within 12 years and forcing buyers to go electric
August 15, 2022

California’s Climate Countdown

Can the state power through it?
July 22, 2022

Low-income Students are More Likely to be in Classrooms with Under-qualified Teachers

A statewide teacher shortage has forced school districts to hire teachers who aren’t fully credentialed to teach at schools with high percentages of low-income students, undermining efforts to achieve academic parity with more affluent schools.
July 19, 2022

Gas Prices Remain Sky High in California

The current $5.82-per-gallon statewide average is hurting gas station proprietors as much as consumers
July 12, 2022

Behind the Push for a Chumash Heritage National Marine Sanctuary

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July 12, 2022

Lawsuit Over Aptos High Stabbing

Family of student who died after attack sues Pajaro Valley Unified School District
July 5, 2022

Local Water Resource Managers Prepare for Another Dry Summer

How Santa Cruz County’s agencies are navigating through a drought and a complex bureaucratic process
June 24, 2022

Abortion Rights Rally Floods Steps of Santa Cruz County Courthouse

Hundreds gather to protest the U.S. Supreme Court's decision to strike down the Constitutional right to abortion
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