A middle school is named in her honor—that’s a hard gift to top!
Gavin Newsom’s pledge came during an interview with MSNBC's Joy-Ann Reid.
“Berkeley is not immune from our nation’s reckoning with systemic racism.” -Mayor Jesse Arreguín
Secretary Alex Padilla’s appointment to replace the Vice President-elect makes him the first latino to represent California in the Senate.
From 2016 until 2019, only 49 of nearly 3,500 complaints regarding racial profiling in California were upheld.
National Hair Loss Awareness Month is forcing me to take inventory of the valuable lessons I learned these past few years.
On Tuesday, California reported more than 409,000 confirmed coronavirus cases after announcing the state now had about 9,000 new cases a day.
Berkeley wants to re-imagine policing and make traffic stops the responsibility of a newly formed department.
"Who want to buy a loc?" the actress said.
California Woman Brings Lawsuit Against City Alleging Police Stomped On Pregnant Stomach Causing Miscarriage
Emerald Black is suing the city of San Leandro over the death of her unborn baby and emotional stress.
California Governor Gavin Newsom expressed concerns after seeing thousands of people on the beaches of Orange County over the weekend.
The League of California Cities projects a collective $6.7 billion loss across the state's 482 cities due to the impact of the coronavirus.
Two residents of Santa Clara County, California died of the coronavirus weeks before the first reported deaths in the Seattle area.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced a $125 million Disaster Relief Fund for undocumented immigrants who don't qualify for federal relief.
Lonnie Franklin, Jr., the infamous serial killer known as the 'Grim Sleeper,' was found dead in his California prison cell.
Secretary of California Health and Human Services Dr. Mark Ghaly says that coronavirus cases in the state are doubling every few days.
California's 40 million residents are not allowed to leave home except when necessary, such as for seeking health care and purchasing groceries.
District Attorney Jackie Lacey announced this week that her office would be clearing tens of thousands of old cannabis convictions.