San Francisco, California - The Justice Department announced today that it reached a settlement with La Farine Bakery, a bakery with two stores in the San Francisco Bay Area.  The settlement resolves allegations that the bakery violated the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA) by engaging in discriminatory documentary practices. 

Sacramento, California - Governor Edmund G. Brown Jr. today announced the following appointments.

Sacramento, California - What’s on the table for the Thanksgiving feast is often a matter of household tradition. In my family, that means turkey with all the fixings! Maybe your traditional Thanksgiving is much the same, but it’s good to know that here in California our bountiful crops and agricultural products make the options pretty inspiring. Whatever is on your family’s table - including flowers – Californians are blessed to live in this beautiful, productive and diverse place, and consumers all over the world are thankful for what our farmers provide.

Sacramento, California - Caltrans and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) are cautioning motorists of an unusually high number of collisions between drivers and wildlife on mountain highways this autumn. The increase has been particularly notable on Interstate 80 and U.S. Highway 50 in Placer and El Dorado counties.

Los Angeles, California - Today, the design and branding pioneers at Brikk announced the launch of the Lux iPhone 6 Secure. This device is the beautiful solution for anyone whose communication may be the target of interception by third parties. The Lux iPhone 6 Secure is available in a basic unmodified version or versions plated in 24k yellow gold, 24k pink gold or 950 platinum. There is also an additional option to customize the plated version with a diamond encrusted logo accent.

Sacramento, California - More than 1 million students in the US identify themselves as homeless. Recent studies indicate that homeless students have even greater risks for academic problems than their low-income peers living in stable housing; homeless students are more likely to repeat grades and experience expulsion or suspension.