Employer of Worker Killed in Soberanes Fire Under Scrutiny
The company that employed the bulldozer operator who was killed last week had its contractors' license suspended by state regulators eight times in the last four years.
Wrecked Bus's Company's Maintenance Records Raise Questions
The tour bus that crashed near Modesto on Tuesday, killing five people and injuring many more, was traveling to the Pacific Northwest from Mexico. Maintenance records for the company -- Autobuses Coordinados USA -- are raising questions.
Should Fallen Officers' Families Get to Decide on Publicizing Death Videos?
Recordings of police activity are more commonplace than ever. They're often shown on the evening news or shared online through social media. A proposed bill, AB2611, would put new restrictions on whether recordings of an officer killed in the line of duty can be made public.
Californians Not Saving as Much Water
Californians are still saving water, but they're not saving as much as they did at the height of the drought.