California’s public television stations have joined with the state’s county school superintendents to launch a new online service for educators and parents. The collaboration comes at a time in which teachers and families are grappling with the ongoing challenges of virtual learning.

California Division of Oil, Gas and Geothermal Resources

Saying that Chevron has failed to do all it should have to stop a massive release of crude oil at a Kern County well site, state regulators have ordered the company "to take all measures" to stop the flow and prevent a recurrence.

Even with new disclosure law, fight continues to unseal California’s secret police files

Mar 19, 2019
Aric Crabb / Bay Area News Group

One had sex in the front seat of his squad car, another stole thousands of bullets. Others used force illegally, cavorted with sex workers, lied in reports and trumped up charges.

None of those police officers were prosecuted.

These are just some of the revelations made public in the first months of a new state of police transparency in California. A new state law, Senate Bill 1421, broke down a wall of secrecy built up since the 1970s that blocked public access to the most serious police misconduct and deadly use-of-force information.

John Sepulvado KQED California Report Host

KQED's California Report host John Sepulvado shares his passion for building relationships with NPR affiliate stations across the state. 

Transcript and analysis: Gov. Jerry Brown's State of the State address

Jan 24, 2017
Andrew Nixon / Capital Public Radio

CapRadio, PolitiFact California, KQED and KPCC reporters annotate Gov. Jerry Brown's State of the State address delivered Tuesday morning, Jan. 24, 2017 in Sacramento. KCBX aired Gov. Brown's speech live at 10 a.m. Click here or click through slideshow to see speech and annotations.