This could get ugly.
The state of California could soon have a major headache on its hands.
This could get ugly.
In four months, Richmond will say goodbye to one of the most influential administrators it has ever known.
Animal advocates rejoice, while retailers lament the loss of $40 million a year.
MuniServices /Avenu has published a memo outlining the major considerations local jurisdictions should keep in mind when considering placing a local revenue measure on the ballot this year.
A small city in Orange County has become the first to exempt itself from California’s sanctuary state law.
Cloverdale has already selected Assistant City Manager and Community Development Director David Kelley to replace Cayler. He’ll take over on March 31.
If something doesn’t change, Santa Cruz could be the next canary in the pension coal mine.
Buy your weed and smoke it too.
A sense of personal safety is one of the most important elements -- if not the most important element -- when choosing a place to live.
A number of mayors and city councilman stood by students protesting gun violence Wednesday.
Banning Police Chief Alex Diaz, who has also been serving as interim city manager for the past nine months, resigned abruptly Tuesday during a closed session of the city council.
The search for a new city manager is officially underway in the City of Roseville.
After 18 years serving the people of San Mateo, including five years spent as city manager, Larry Patterson has decided to step down. He announced his retirement Tuesday, effective December 2018.
Folsom Police Chief Cynthia Renaud has been hired to lead the Santa Monica Police Department. City Manager Rick Cole announced her appointment Tuesday.
Today is the big day. President Donald Trump will visit the Golden State for the first time since taking the Oath of Office.
South Lake Tahoe says it has accepted the resignation of City Manager Nancy Kerry. The announcement was made on March 6, following a closed session meeting.
Clap along if you feel like a room without a roof. Clap along if you feel like this new list is the truth.
A bill introduced by Senator Ricardo Lara (D-Bell Gardens) last week would eliminate much of the power cities currently have to regulate local street vending, essentially legalizing the practice st
We’ve lost count of the number of government officials were left red-faced (or worse) as a result of what they thought was just an innocent tweet.