- Environmentalists are attacking Governor Newsom for allowing natural gas power plants to continue to operate in the state. The California Environmental Justice Alliance and Sierra Club say California’s natural gas-fired plants failed to generate the expected levels of power during last summer's heat wave. Click here to read more.
- The City of Elk Grove is launching a new get tough on crime program designed to catch and prosecute criminals who commit small crimes and misdemeanors that infringe on the quality of life for residents. Click here to read more.
- A few new laws will take effect starting July 1st. Among them, one requires gun manufacturers and their distributors to closely monitor sales and allows for civil lawsuits to be served if they do not. Next month California will become the first state to automatically seal most criminal and arrest records for people who complete their sentences and are not repeat offenders. Click here to read more.
- A California congressman isn't sitting quietly after becoming the 25th House lawmaker to be censured. Adam Schiff calls the action "false and defamatory," saying it proves he's "been effective in the defense of our democracy." The resolution focuses on comments he made while leading the first impeachment of former President Trump. Click here to read more.