Tesla faces workplace safety probe at Calif. plantApril 18
CARB's Nichols isn't going to stop for TrumpApril 12
Lidar startup says it can mass-produce cost-effective sensorsApril 12
California: Emissions deal with EPA could be doableApril 10
California now a battleground stateApril 9
California proposes new rules for self-driving cars to pick up passengersApril 6
California's public utility regulator on Friday signaled it would allow self-driving vehicle makers to transport passengers without a backup driver in the vehicle, a step forward for autonomous car developers just as the industry faces heightened scrutiny over safety concerns.
Increasing sales of ZEVs beyond CaliforniaApril 9
NLRB files amended complaint against Tesla, schedules hearingApril 2
EPA orders revised CAFE targets, may revoke California's waiverApril 2
EPA Administrator Scott Pruitt announced that aggressive fuel efficiency and emissions limits set under the Obama administration for model years 2022-2025 are “not appropriate,” triggering a controversial new rulemaking process to adjust the standards and a possible showdown with California.
Tesla says crashed vehicle had been on autopilot prior to accidentMarch 31
Tesla urges workers to disprove 'haters,' ramp up productionMarch 29
Tesla says cause of deadly crash not yet known as challenges mountMarch 28
Tesla Inc. said it doesn't yet know what caused the crash involving its Model X car in California last week, an accident that killed the driver and added to the pressures mounting on Elon Musk's company.