Comstock’s president and publisher considers the ways women have been leaders throughout history.
Melissa Brown has been a professor at McGeorge School of Law since 2008 and director of its legal clinics since 2013.
June Steckler is optimistic about the Capital Region’s art scene
and her role in it as both artist and curator.
Co-owner Peter Hoey is optimistic for the future, saying, “It’s not pre-pandemic numbers, but we’re in a good spot as far as restaurant sales.”
The study’s findings show that as the number of dispensaries increase, the number of opioid deaths drop.
The air board’s lack of accounting threatens to derail the state’s climate change goals, the audit says. “California is in need of more reliable tools,” state auditor Elaine Howle wrote.
California will send out roughly 5.7 million Golden State Stimulus payments of $600 to residents struggling to stay afloat during the pandemic. For most recipients, the money could come in as soon as a month.
A CalMatters data analysis reveals a wealth gap between students more likely to receive in-person instruction and those less likely to have that option.
California’s Sierra Nevada ski resorts were officially open in
February 2021 after shutting down in March 2020 due to COVID-19
The Sacramento Municipal Utility District, which has served the
community for nearly 75 years, also became a social
services organization in 2018.