Tangle over aviation emission limits.
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.
More than 40 media partners have carried California Watch stories – a pretty extraordinary number given that we haven’t been around that long.
Freelance reporter and CIR veteran Will Evans looks at stimulus grants and contracts in California.
We’re airborne, and this is a jamming little office here at California Watch. Jamming and cramming in our too small digs. Thankfully, we are moving in two weeks.
The Data Center will be the place to go for searchable databases of interest in California.
CIR’s Mark Schapiro answers questions from viewers via web-cam.
The gestation period, from the first conversations about creating California Watch, to its launch today, was nearly two years. It has been a long haul but well worth it.
Watch this brief introductory video on, the state’s largest investigative team.