California Watch is announcing the first winner of our “Debate Championship” promotion.
California watch is hiring two new positions
Editorial Director Mark Katches spent an hour handing out fliers on a street corner about the latest California Watch story.
Sunday’s DUI checkpoint story served as a good example of our hectic, intense workflow. Here’s our day-by-day breakdown.
We have pretty much thrown out the old rule books. Here editors will write and report and – gasp – reporters will edit.
If you’re sipping your mocha at a coffee shop somewhere in California on Thursday, keep an ear out for the furious tapping on the keyboard.
If you would like to see changes on our site, now is a perfect time to share your thoughts.
We’ve published more than 80 blog posts on our two blogs, and our new site isn’t even two weeks old.
The combined daily circulation of newspapers that ran our content today was in the neighborhood of 1.2 million. Here are some of the papers that carried our story.
The best watchdog journalism exposes problems. But it can be frustrating for readers when investigative stories leave them feeling hopeless – like nothing can be done about a bad situation.