Nearly two-thirds of California state workers will receive raises in the coming months based on new contracts their unions negotiated with Gov. Gavin Newsom’s administration this year.
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A man tried to set three cars on fire outside the Lucky’s grocery store on Trancas Street, police say.
MARTINEZ — Air samples taken during a major fire at a Crockett fuel-storage facility last week show high levels of smoke particulate, but no unusually high levels of toxic substances, Contra
This week’s summery forecast could be a reflection of the kind of winter in store for California. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Climate Prediction Center has
Two wildfire victims are suing California’s top insurance regulator, alleging the state failed to protect Californians from unscrupulous, out-of-state adjusters working illegally in
Two winery proposals — one to increase production, the other to build new — won county approvals last week.
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Pacific Gas and Electric said 9,623 customers in Napa County may have their power turned off late Wednesday evening.