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JOEL KOTKIN: Jerry Brown’s Insufferable Green Piety. Outsiders think of California as a prospero…

JOEL KOTKIN: Jerry Brown’s Insufferable Green Piety. Outsiders think of California as a prosperous place that mints billionaires, but overall the state’s economic recovery has done little for many, if not most, state residents. Even with the boom in Silicon Valley, roughly one in three Californians live check to check, the state has [a] higher […]

Essential California: Will El Niño suspend trash pickups?

Good morning. It is Monday, Nov. 30. Let us all wish for a funeral procession this grand -- and so perfectly L.A. Here's what is happening in the Golden State:  Subscribe to the newsletter TOP STORIES Missing reforms After a worker died in the Central Valley, California's oil and gas regulators...

California Inc.: The state's solar-power push has a dark side

Welcome to California Inc., the weekly newsletter of the L.A. Times Business Section. I'm Business columnist David Lazarus, and here's a rundown of upcoming stories this week and the highlights of last week. Cyber Monday is upon us and the holiday shopping season has kicked into high gear. However,...

Presidential race plays out in Congress: Which candidates do California's members support?

At least 70% of the Democrats representing California in Congress support former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's 2016 presidential bid. The former senator and first lady has had the support of many congressional Democrats sewn up since the summer. With nine weeks until the Iowa caucuses, 28...

Money from China finds a home in U.S. real estate in a big way: California primary target with other states like Texas and New York benefitting. EB-5 Visa program now has multi-year backlog because of China.

The money flowing out of China into global real estate is simply astonishing.  In Canada, Vancouver and Toronto are fully inflated thanks to investor funds, house humping locals that are deep in debt, and buyers from China.  In the U.S. while domestic buyers are largely being priced out, investors are picking up the slack in […]

The World Without God

You read about the campus lunacy, but I don’t think it ever really hits home until your experience it personally. Recently California State University Northridge held an exhibition of comic book art by the greatest master of the form,...Show More Summary

Donors to state tax board candidates bypass contribution limits

Two days after California's elected tax board gave SpaceX exemptions worth millions of dollars last year, the Hawthorne rocket company donated $7,500, at the request of board President Jerome Horton, to a nonprofit group founded by his wife. SpaceX made the donation as a sponsor of a public conference...

Arcadia High's Phillip Rocha wins second cross-country state title in a row

With the temperature in the 50s, a clear sky and ideal running conditions, Phillip Rocha of Arcadia High turned in a performance Saturday that let everyone know he's the best cross-country runner in California. Rocha won his second consecutive CIF Division I state championship, running the fastest...

Could the Third Amendment be used to fight the surveillance state?

California lawmaker proposes an unusual legal theory, but law profs are skeptical.

California State Library's new CIO mulls 'virtual libraries'

Topic: Libraries The California State Library’s new chief information wants citizens across the state to be able to visit his institution — from the comfort of their own computer. David Wanjiru, who started the job on Nov. 2, told StateScoop...Show More Summary

California's HOV stickers for PHEVs are almost gone, again

California is once again nearly out of the green stickers that give plug-in hybrids easy access to the state's high-occupancy vehicle lanes. They might only last several more weeks at the current rate. Continue reading California's HOV...Show More Summary

No. 14 California blows lead, loses 72-58 to San Diego State

No. 14 California squanders big lead in 2nd half of 72-58 loss to San Diego State        

Spencer, Shepard lead San Diego State past No. 14 California

Second-half comeback leads San Diego State to 72-58 win over No. 14 California        

California farm recalls vegetable mix in Costco salads linked to E. coli outbreak

A California farm is recalling a vegetable mix believed to be the source of E.coli in Costco chicken salad that has been linked to an outbreak that has sickened 19 people in seven states, the Food and Drug Administration said Thursday. Taylor Farms Pacific Inc. of Tracy, Calif., has recalled a...

Southern California upsets No. 20 Wichita State

Freshman Bennie Boatright had a career-high 22 points to lead the Trojans.        

Changes To Net Metering In CA Could Hurt Solar Power Industry

The California Public Utilities Commission is evaluating what changes to make to the state of California’s net metering policy. The utilities want to reduce payments to customers who generate electricity from solar power and add fees, but doing so would damage or potentially destroy the California solar power industry, some say. Show More Summary

Despite California's budget surplus, unions eye tax hikes

Here is one thing for California to be thankful for: The state treasury is overflowing with tax money. Long gone are the dark years of multibillion-dollar deficits — $42 billion in 2008 — and sharp cuts in state services, especially healthcare for the poor and education. Credit the recovering national...

Less than half pass summer California bar exam this year

For the second year in a row, the percentage of people who successfully took the summer California bar exam fell to a historic low, with less than 47% passing, according to state statistics. Last year, only 48.6% of those who took the exam made the grade, the first time the passage rate dipped...

California orders VW to draft 3.0 diesel emissions fix plan

WASHINGTON, D.C. (Reuters) - The California Air Resources Board on Wednesday ordered Volkswagen AG to draft a plan by early January to fix more than 15,000 3.0-liter diesel engine cars and SUVs sold in the state since 2009 that emit up to nine times legally allowable emissions.

California orders VW Group to fix 15,000 3.0L diesel vehicles

The California Air Resources Board has ordered Volkswagen to come up with a plan for repairing approximately 15,000 cars sold in the state that contain illegal software that may circumvent emissions testing. Continue reading California...Show More Summary

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