Story here. The three-judge panel rejected California's very late motion to intervene (and thus to appeal further when the defendant sheriff was disinclined to do so), so the State and Brady Center are asking the Ninth Circuit to hear the...
When the ground started to shake in Helena, Mont., on Oct. 3, 1935, stunned residents called the local newspaper to ask what had happened.
Called Topaz, it's located in San Luis Obispo County, California. The plant recently completed its final 40-megawatt phase, making it the first 500-plus megawatt solar farm to come online in the United States — and the largest online plant in the world. Read more...
Leaders of the Greek community at San Diego State University have suspended all activities at the school’s fraternities indefinitely following reports that some frat members waved dildos and cursed at students who were protesting sexual assaults. This comes days after the University of Virginia suspended all campus fraternities — but only until Jan. 9 — […]
The origins and growth of property tax assessed clean energy - PACE programs - within California and the first company to start-up in another state Movers in the Spread of California’s PACE programs was originally published on CleanTechnica. To read more from CleanTechnica, join over 50,000 other subscribers: Google+ | Email | Facebook | RSS | Twitter.
I've been to California in the past couple of years and what's obvious to any visitor is that this giant and wealthy American state could not function properly without the contribution of its immigrant Hispanic-American workforce, many of whom are living and working there 'illegally' without official papers. Show More Summary
The University of California's decision to raise tuition generated much controversy.
Prosecutors have cleared Orange County Fair board members of wrongdoing in a criminal probe related to the state's failed effort to sell off the 150-acre fairgrounds to help California balance its budget.
all photos from Robbie Anderson Robbie Anderson holding his new book in my living room. Beverly Hills is not only a smallish affluent city adjacent to the larger Los Angeles in the state of California, it is also 'a state of mind,' an asylum of celebrity, elegance and sophistication. Show More Summary
This post is from the non-Reed Smith side of the blog. This is the official week in the United States for giving thanks. Counting your blessings. Welcoming family and friends to your home. Christmas might get top billing, but Thanksgiving is all about feeling warm and fuzzy. Show More Summary
From trying to sell his California home for the millionth time to being a part of the 11-man PGA of America Ryder Cup task force, Phil Mickelson has plenty to do. But somehow Mickelson has apparently found time to become an interim assistant...Show More Summary
Sims Group USA will pay nearly $2.4 million to settle a civil environmental enforcement action resulting from a hazardous waste disposal investigation in California. The state’s Department of Toxic Substances Control investigated Sims’...Show More Summary
The largest solar plant in the United States is officially fully operational. The Topaz Solar project in San Louis Obispo County, California completed its final 40-megawatt phase last month, making it the first 500-plus megawatt farm in the country. All told,
Leondra R. Kruger, a "quiet toiler" who became a rising legal star and top Obama administration lawyer, was appointed Monday to the California Supreme Court.
AT&T agreed to pay $23.8 million to settle charges brought by the California Attorney General’s office that it unlawfully dumped old electronic devices and other hazardous materials in the state. California Attorney General Kamala Harris...Show More Summary
The four-year high school football career of receiver Trent Irwin of Newhall Hart has ended, but he went out on Friday as a California record setter.
AT&T has agreed to pay California authorities $23.8 million as part of a settlement to resolve allegations that hundreds of AT&T facilities in the state unlawfully disposed of hazardous waste and material over a nine-year period. In addition, AT&T will spend an estimated $28 million over the next five years to implement environmental compliance measures […]
“…Slip up just 810 times and they’ll insist on disbarring you.” [Lowering the Bar] Tweet Tags: bar associations, California, legal discipline “Man, the California State Bar is really cracking down these days…” is a post from Overlawyered - Chronicling the high cost of our legal system
A tour bus on its way from Los Angeles to Washington state crashed and rolled over on Interstate 5 in Northern California on Sunday morning, killing one passenger and sending dozens to the hospital.
Matt Yglesias linked today to a map from the Pew Hispanic Center showing which states had the highest populations of unauthorized immigrants. It was interesting but unsurprising: the biggest states (California, Texas, Florida, New York) also have the most unauthorized immigrants. Show More Summary