A lawsuit challenges Measure B, the city's voter-approved plan to make changes to retirement benefits it previously agreed
to in negotiations.
San Jose is getting a federal grant to create an arts and culture district downtown.
Critics may need to revisit California's reputation as the "job killer" state. New numbers from the Bureau of Labor Statistics show that California added more jobs between January 2014 and January 2015 than any other state. But California still has one of the highest unemployment rates in the country. We'll look at what's working -- and what's not -- as far as job creation in the Golden State.
New wearable devices have been allowing people to track their personal data at all times. Now, it's also making it easier for employers to collect information on their workers' productivity. This field of data collection, known as telematics, is projected to be an over $27 billion industry by 2018, and companies like UPS and Coca-Cola are already using it. We look at what the expanding industry means for workplace productivity and for workers' privacy.