Public Utilities Commission President to Leave Top Post After Twelve Years
The embattled president of the California Public Utilities Commission announced he will leave the agency amidst charges of having inappropriate communications with the utilities he regulates.
Sacramento Congressional Race Gets National Attention, and Money
One of the tightest races in the state this election season is in the suburbs of Sacramento… and California's 7th congressional district. There, a freshman Democratic congressman is battling for his political life. It's one of only a handful of districts in the country with an almost even split between registered Democrats and Republicans.
The Giving State: Mentorship Through Photography
In the next installment of our occasional series "The Giving State," we meet an art student and a part time nanny who volunteers her time teaching photography at First Exposures in San Francisco.