It’s Still Known As Columbus Day In Sacramento, But For How Much Longer?Columbus Day was celebrated across California on Monday.  With cities such as Berkeley, Santa Cruz, Richmond, and Sebastapol, calling it Indigenous Peoples Day, you have to wonder how long it will be considered Columbus Day in Sacramento.
California’s Secretary Of State Warns That Unofficial Ballot Boxes Popping Up Are IllegalCalifornia's Secretary of State is warning county registrars that unofficial ballot drop boxes are illegal in response to reports that several were placed in a number of counties. 
California Eases Virus Restrictions, Allows Up To 3 Households To SocializeCalifornia is easing its coronavirus restrictions to allow up to three households to socialize outdoors, an expansion of rules aimed at people tempted to have even larger gatherings around Halloween, Thanksgiving and end-of-year holidays, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Monday.
California’s Wildfires Increasingly Contained, Firefighters Bracing For Return Of Dry HeatContainment of California's devastating wildfires continued to increase Monday but the weather was again turning hot and dry, and forecasts called for the kind of winds that historically have fanned conflagrations during fall.
Santa Rosa Man Bitten By Shark Off Miami BeachA 31-year-old Santa Rosa man was bitten by a shark while body surfing off Miami Beach.
Looking To Travel In The US? Here Are The Travel Restrictions By StateWith the Covid-19 pandemic in near constant fluctuation in the United States, the 50 states are having to adapt rapidly with their rules and regulations.
Dozens Of Family-Run Wineries In California Ravaged By FiresThe sight is every winemaker's nightmare. "Smoke-tainted" grapes, blackened casks of wine, charred and broken bottles where once there were picturesque vineyards.
PG&E Tells State Equipment Might Have Caused Deadly Zogg FireCalifornia's largest utility company said its equipment might have caused a fatal wildfire last month in a county in the northern part of the state, the Mercury News reported Saturday.
California Authorities Identify 2 More Fire Victims Who Died In Zogg FireA woman and a child have been identified as two of four people killed in the Zogg Fire, officials said Thursday. 
Gov. Gavin Newsom Tests Negative For CoronavirusGov. Gavin Newsom has tested negative for the coronavirus after someone in his office was infected and another state employee tested positive for COVID-19, it was announced Thursday.
California Operation Eradicates 1.1 Million Marijuana Plants At 455 Illegal Grow SitesMore than 1.1 million marijuana plants at 455 grow sites up and down California have been eradicated under a campaign that state officials say is the nation’s largest illegal marijuana eradication program.
$185M Spent By Gig Economy Giants Uber, Lyft And Others To Try And Pass Prop. 22The amount of financing behind the ballot measure — the most expensive proposition in the state's history according to Ballotpedia — underscores how important its passage is to the future of the businesses.
Amador County Farm Supply Store Manager Under Investigation For Ties To Mexican Drug CartelDeputies served a search warrant at the store manager's home in Pine Grove. That home is now the target of a wide-ranging criminal investigation.
Study: Women Do Better At Mask Wearing And Other Measures To Stop Spread Of Covid-19Wearing a mask, social distancing and washing hands regularly are the best ways we have to stop the spread of Covid-19. But when it comes to these crucial habits, it appears that women are more likely to be following these steps to a greater degree than men.
How To Support Your Teen’s Mental Health Through Covid-19With so many struggling, it's a vital time to offer support to teenagers in your life. Here's how to start, how to teach resilience and warning signs that might signal your teen needs extra help.