Kaiser Agrees to $4 Million Fine Over Mental Health Care
Kaiser Permanente has agreed to pay a $4 million fine over claims that it does not provide adequate access to mental health care for its patients. State regulators levied the fine last year after finding Kaiser patients had to wait excessively long periods between therapy appointments.
South Napa Quake Prompts Many to Consider Earthquake Insurance
The recent earthquake in Napa has reignited interest in earthquake insurance. The California Earthquake Authority, a state-run organization, issues the majority of quake policies. The traffic on its website spiked after last month's earthquake -- but the reality is only about 10 percent of California homeowners have coverage.