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How Congress is letting die an internet connectivity lifeline for millions

On April 30, a popular and widely used government program began the process of shutting down due to congressional inaction.

Four things California can do as home insurers retreat

After State Farm declared in late May that it wouldn’t sell any new home insurance policies in California, people shopping around for new insurance had one fewer option.

California salmon fishing banned for second year in row

In a devastating blow to California’s fishing industry, federal fishery managers unanimously voted on April 10th to cancel all commercial and recreational salmon fishing off the coast of California for the second year in a row. 

As PG&E bills skyrocket, will California lawmakers hold anyone accountable?

Unaffordable housing, high transportation and health care costs – it’s hard enough to get by in California without also worrying about cranking up the air, turning on the stove or simply keeping the lights on. 

These Californians just got protection from big rent hikes

Many landlords providing new low-income housing in California won’t be able to increase the rent on their tenants by more than 10% per year,...


Arizona doctors can come to California to perform abortions under new law signed by Gov. Newsom

Arizona doctors can temporarily come to California to perform abortions for their patients under a new law signed Thursday by Gov. Gavin Newsom.

Mt. San Jacinto College Celebrates “A Legacy of Transformation” at the 2024 Commencement 

Two prestigious national scholarship recipients, a veteran re-entering the workforce, and a proud mother and her son were among the record-number of graduates who participated in the Mt. San Jacinto College commencement ceremony on Thursday at Pechanga Resort Casino.  

Mothers celebrated at Soboba Tribal Preschool event

Teachers and staff at the Soboba Tribal Preschool went all out to honor their students’ mothers, grandmothers and other female role models at a Mother’s Day Brunch on May 14.

Settlement Reached In RivCo Teacher’s ‘Religious Beliefs’ Challenge

A former Jurupa Valley High School teacher who said her religious beliefs conflicted with school policies protecting trans students has reached a $360,000 settlement agreement.