According to a relocation survey by Texas Realtors, 63,175 Californians moved to Texas in 2017, while almost 41,000 Texans moved to the Golden State. And while California may lose a seat in the House, Texas is likely to gain three seats after the 202
California schools may soon be required to teach about the causes and effects of climate change under a bill introduced on Monday.
California lawmakers have rejected what would have been a first-of-its-kind ban on medically unnecessary treatment for infants born with ambiguous or conflicting genitalia.
Despite all the new wealth created by tech IPOs in 2019, home prices in the Bay Area are stagnating at potentially dangerous peaks.
The mayor of Los Angeles has written to the Trump administration to formally request federal assistance with the growing numbers of homeless on the city's streets, a letter that shows he and Housing Secretary Ben Carson have had negotiations on the
Dispensaries can't open within 1,000 feet of churches, parks, schools and other "sensitive uses" under city rules. But the 1,000 feet is measured by "path of travel" instead of a straight line, so the fence could make a key difference.
Two homeless mothers have temporarily beaten back an eviction attempt brought by the property owners of the vacant West Oakland home they have occupied " without the owner's permission " for the past six weeks.
(TNS) The Democrats who rule California remind us of juvenile delinquents who managed to grow up and find themselves in charge of things, enacting laws based not on common sense or the public good but instead on the whims of childlike fantasies.
I am making another political call/warning.
Trump is NOT accepting Gavin Newsom's begging pleas, likely because he doesn't think Newsom knows how to fix the problem.
California gives a green light to companies testing driverless delivery vehicles, including pizza. Hot Pizza, No Driver, Tips Not Necessary
Five months after the biggest earthquake in two decades, a swarm of smaller quakes rattled a secretive Navy base in the Mojave Desert Thursday afternoon and before dawn on Friday, according to the US Geological Survey.
The Golden State remains stuck in the slow lane when it comes to population.
-$3 Billion, 300-Acre City For The Homeless A California crowdfunding effort is hoping to solve the U.S. homeless crisis by building a 300-acre city open exclusively to those without a home.
California's Assembly Bill 5 has already had an adverse impact on the state's freelance writers, approximately two-thirds of whom are women.
-amid plans to shelter its residents in FAIRGROUNDS as California struggles under the weight of 130,000 people living on the streets
The Supreme Court refused Monday to hear a major case on homelessness, letting stand a ruling that protects homeless people's right to sleep on the sidewalk or in public parks if no other shelter is available.
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