December 2, 2022
As of Friday afternoon, some results are coming into clarity. Here's what we know so far in the races for statewide offices and the state Legislature.
November 30, 2022
State regulators are setting out to uncover exactly why Californians pay so much more at the pump. But it’s complicated, and oil companies that posted record profits this year declined to participate in the meeting.
November 16, 2022
The report, released by the LAO, indicates California could have its weakest budget performance since the Great Depression. Though it doesn’t reflect a recession, the report says the longer inflation persists, the more likely a recession becomes.
November 10, 2022
A power struggle over leadership of the Assembly’s Democratic caucus ended with a deal: Anthony Rendon will remain speaker through June 2023, when Robert Rivas will take the reins.
November 8, 2022
Gavin Newsom will get another term as governor of California after winning reelection Tuesday night, according to a race call from the Associated Press.
November 7, 2022
A ballot measure to legalize online sports betting in California appears headed to defeat, crushed under the weight of voter apathy toward sports betting and a flood of opposition ads funded by some of the state's Native American tribal governments.
November 3, 2022
Gov. Gavin Newsom rejected every homelessness plan submitted by cities and counties for the funding, saying “everyone has to do better.” Local governments say they are limited without a statewide plan.
California Assembly 10th District: Meet the candidates running to represent Sacramento and Elk Grove
November 3, 2022
Two Democratic council members from neighboring cities are facing off for a California Assembly seat. CapRadio spoke with each of them about inflation, homelessness and more.
October 23, 2022
Governor Gavin Newsom and state Sen. Brian Dahle traded barbs over California’s cost of living, climate policy, reproductive rights and other issues at their only planned debate before November’s general election.
October 17, 2022
California officials will wind down the remaining provisions of its COVID-19 state of emergency early next year, barring a winter surge in cases or new vaccine-resistant variant.