- A new study out says declining income is the number one reason Californians end up homeless, according to researchers ar UC San Francisco. But El Dorado County District Attorney Vern Pierson is challenging that study in an interview with the California Insider. Click here to read more.
- Hot weather is returning to Northern California this week. Temperatures are expected to peak by Friday through the weekend, with triple digit heat possible in the Sacramento region. Sacramento hasn't hit 100 degrees since September 9th of last year. In a normal year, June 4th is the first day of triple digit temperatures. Click here to read more.
- The state's budget deadline is looming, with the deadline fast approaching. But negotiations have reportedly stalled over a controversial water project. KCRA reports the hold-up is over the Delta Conveyance project, which would reroute water from the Sacramento River south, bypassing the San Joaquin Delta. Click here to read more.
- Santa Cruz is now the most expensive county for rent in the United States. The National Low Income Housing Coalition reports that a two-bedroom rental in the county goes for on average more than $3,200 dollars where residents will need to make at least $63 an hour to afford rent. Click here to read more.