• California Gubernatorial Debate Presented by NBC Bay Area and SVCF

    The Silicon Valley Community Foundation and NBC Bay Area will host “Decision 2018: The Race for Governor,” a debate among candidates running for California governor, on May 8. The debate will be moderated by Chuck Todd, NBC News’ Political Director and Moderator of “Meet the Press.” The debate is scheduled to take place at the California […]

  • California Will Now Require Solar Panels on Most New Homes

    California moved a step closer Wednesday to requiring solar panels on new homes and low-rise apartment buildings starting in 2020, the first such mandate nationwide and the state’s latest step to curb greenhouse gas emissions. “Adoption of these standards represents a quantum leap in statewide building standards,” said Robert Raymer, technical director for the California […]

  • How Trump nixing the Iran deal will affect your wallet

    Global oil prices plunged and then swung back wildly on Tuesday, following a series of conflicting news reports prior to President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal. The price of crude oil hit $70 a barrel this week for the first time since 2014, then plunged by around $3 Tuesday morning […]

  • California Named ‘Most Fun’ State in 2018: Report

    Live it up, Californians. The Golden State has been dubbed as the “most fun” state in 2018, according to a recent report from WalletHub. Behind California, New York checked in at second on the list followed by Nevada, Florida and Illinois, respectively, according to the report. On the opposite end of the spectrum, Delaware settled as […]

  • Drowsy Drivers Plague California

    Maria Felix is ready to hand-off the car keys to her 18-year-old son, Jeremy Felix, he just got his license. Felix said she usually shares driving safety tips with her son,  he said, “She’s like crazy about blind spots, she always tells me to slow down and look over your shoulder, look over your shoulder […]

  • Local Immigrants Fear Newly Added Census Question

    Coachella, CA The state of California and the federal government are locking horns again. This after the Trump administration wants to ask about legal citizenship on the upcoming 202 Census form and that’s creating more fear for people her in the Coachella Valley. For sisters Saria and Iris Sanchez, the United States is the only country they […]

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