Los Angeles officials refused to identify the homeowner who used millions of gallons of water during a single year of California’s crippling drought.
For decades, California’s Emerald Triangle has provided cover for the nation’s largest marijuana-growing industry. But its forests also hide secrets,
The lethal Valley Fire that destroyed nearly 2,000 buildings and killed at least four people in 2015 was started by faulty wiring at a home outside the community of Cobb, California, an investigation found.
California lawmakers are advancing a bill that would bar medical providers who’ve been convicted of felonies from treating injured workers.
In many ways, scamming the health system meant to heal California’s injured workers is just too easy. Case documents reveal gaping holes in the state’s strategy to prevent fraud.
A review of thousands of criminal court records shows a workers’ compensation system in which pay-to-play schemes trump patient care, particularly in unregulated treatments rejected by insurers and disputed in obscure courts.
Local government employees earned a total of more than $41 billion – the highest since 2009, the first year for which the state compiled compensation data.