News and Articles About California
Proposed regulations would let companies test self-driving cars on public roads without a human driver present.
LA voters consider how to transition from prohibition and mass incarceration to shared prosperity and respect for adult personal choice.
The ride-hailing app previously argued that it didn't need the $150 permit since humans were present in its autonomous Volvo XC90 SUVs at all times.
Among "Calexit"'s many outcomes, the prices of fruits and vegetables would rise, and we would have to say goodbye to Mickey . . . sort of.
Far-fetched as it may sound, the plan started gathering steam after Tuesday night's surprising vote.
The internal family feud is long gone, and the fourth generation is collaborating under their new label, Fourth Leaf Wines.
Marijuana-related sales were on fire on the legendary stoner holiday.
The company's shares fell as much 42 percent to a record low of 5 cents in early morning trading.
'This new economy is not a fair economy for the middle class and the working families of this country,' Andrew Cuomo said.
Nick Ulrich says he loves the mom-and-pop feel of the build-it-yourself Persona Pizza franchise, which he runs with his brothers in his hometown of Santa Rosa.
With a $15-an-hour wage, lawmakers in the Golden State tell business owners, 'Go east, young man.'
Panos Joulios, a career-entrepreneur in the restaurant industry, loves promoting healthy living at his several juice joints across Arizona and California.
The rules, which will face a period of public comment before being finalized, set out a path to take the industry from the current stage of vehicle testing to actually rolling them out to consumers.
The car company joins Tesla and Google in the autonomous automobile space.