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California Public Employees' Retirement System

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  • CalPERS board member under scrutiny again for late financial reports

    CalPERS board member under scrutiny again for late financial reports
    SACRAMENTO — A longtime board member of the country's largest public pension fund is in trouble again with California's political watchdog.
  • Probes target Centinela Valley school district superintendent's pay

    Probes target Centinela Valley school district superintendent's pay
    County, state and federal authorities are investigating the compensation of a South Bay school district superintendent who received nearly $675,000 last year, far more than the leaders of much larger systems. The FBI and the Los Angeles County...

    North Carolina regulators cite Duke Energy for crack in earthen dam

    North Carolina regulators cite Duke Energy for crack in earthen dam
    MONCURE, N.C. -- Regulators in North Carolina cited Duke Energy on Friday for a crack in an earthen dam holding back coal ash slurry at a retired coal-burning plant, where the utility was cited March 20 for illegally dumping coal ash waste into the Cape...

    Letters: The rising cost of long-term care

    Re “Couple shocked by 90% rate hikes,” Column, March 25 Change the names from “Mike and Judy Holtzman” to “Norm and Susan Zareski” and from “John Hancock” to “CalPERS,” and my wife and I could...

    State Sen. De Leon urges probe of former Vernon official's pension

    State Sen. De Leon urges probe of former Vernon official's pension
    The highest-paid pensioner in California's largest retirement system continues to receive more than $500,000 annually, even though officials promised almost two years ago his retirement pay would be dramatically cut. After an angry state senator...