The latest news on California
Even in the economic engine of Silicon Valley, layoffs are a concern.
Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Stephen Johnson said this morning that he was attempting to protect his agency's ability to defend itself in court when he initially redacted documents turned over to a congressional committee concerning his dispute with California over global warming regulations.
California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger announced a program to educate 20,000 new engineers.
The administration's decision won't be the last word on climate change and cars.
Pacific Gas & Electric says it will buy power generated 2.5 miles off the California coast.
Boosting efficiency is no longer a question of whether but how.
"This is auto mechanics, not rocket science."
The latest British invasion hit the West Coast last week, this time in the grocery aisle.
Housing woes seem to be pushing the Golden State's economy into recession.