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In two years, the company secured millions in bonds, three pipelines, five lawsuits and a lien.
Video by Christian Monterrosa shows the massive job cleanup crews have on the Southern California shoreline.
Major hotel chains are considering making daily room cleaning an exception rather than the norm.
Housing equity groups, nonprofit lenders and developers argue that financial institutions should play a larger role in addressing affordable housing needs.
Even Texas and Wyoming do a better job protecting communities from oil and gas drilling.
California’s rural healthcare services face a viral outbreak fueled by falsehoods.
Without adequate oversight, there is little incentive for employers to protect workers during wildfire season.
Union members say a long-running partnership between Kaiser employees and management is under attack.
Sen. Joe Manchin and Rep. Henry Cuellar represent areas that have some of the highest poverty rates in the U.S.
The renewed agreement with Amplify Energy could keep the pipeline responsible for the spill in operation through 2040.
While bleak, the results of the California Health Interview Survey can help determine which residents are most in need of help.
Assembly Bill 616 would have made it easier for California farmworkers to vote to unionize by allowing them to fill out and mail ballots as absentees.
The civil rights trailblazer gets some much-deserved attention in a documentary streaming now on Amazon Prime.
Tenants in Los Angeles and San Francisco claim they are being targeted by their corporate landlord.
Wastewater injection wells are believed to be behind the significant increase in seismic activity.
So far, Gov. Gavin Newsom has given no indication that he’s inclined to extend supplemental paid leave.
The former plant is believed to have impacted more than 10,000 properties east of Los Angeles.
The expedited process doesn’t require Republican support and may be the best chance for reform in decades.
The clock is ticking as the state’s most vulnerable water users face a tough reckoning.
As the state grapples with ongoing drought and an array of drinking water pollutants, California’s most vulnerable residents have the biggest reason to worry.