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Electric company Pacific Power is proposing to hike rates, which would affect most of Southern Oregon.
Gov. Gavin Newsom’s Proposition 1 is the latest milestone in California’s long struggle to address mental illness. It would allocate new funding for housing and treatment facilities, aiming to address a crisis that plays out on city streets.
Former Assembly Republican leader Marie Waldron and San Francisco Democratic state Sen. Scott Wiener may not have a lot in common, but they’ve formed an unlikely alliance over psychedelic drugs.
Former President Donald Trump is heavily favored, but Nikki Haley is trying hard to overcome the odds in her home state. Let's look at the keys to winning Saturday's primary and how it all works.
On the second anniversary of Russia's full-scale invasion, NPR photographer Claire Harbage shares her experiences of covering the ongoing war in Ukraine.
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Business and labor groups have negotiated a system of contribution limits they hope to push through before lawmakers adjourn March 10. Critics say the proposal is weak.
In March, the state is finally set to approve rules to protect workers from excessive heat indoors. Officials busted a 2019 deadline — a delay that demonstrates California’s Byzantine rulemaking process.