California Cities Could See Coronavirus Outbreaks As Bad As NYC, Officials SayLos Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti had a grim warning about the coronavirus pandemic for cities in California and across the country.
Epidemiologist Says Loosening Social Distancing Rules in California Could Be Possible The president said his team will have the capability to identify high, medium and low-risk counties, where different rules on social distancing are needed.
Sewer District's Urgent Plea: Don't Flush Disposable Wipes!The sewer district serving 1.2 million people in Sacramento County says people looking for alternatives to toilet paper threaten the system's pumps and 4,600 miles of sewer lines.
Coronavirus: Union Locates 39 Million N95 Masks To Deliver To Healthcare Workers Treating COVID-19 PatientsAmid pleas from healthcare workers for more protection against coronavirus, 39 million "critically needed" N95 masks have been located and will be delivered to healthcare workers in California and New York within the next week, the Service Employees International Union announced on Thursday.
California Man Accused Of Hawking Fake Coronavirus Cure ArrestedThe FBI has arrested a Southern California man who officials said falsely claimed to have developed a cure for the coronavirus and solicited investments in a company he said would market the medication, federal prosecutors said.
Few Sheltered As California Aims To Help Homeless Amid CoronavirusFor most of California's estimated 150,000 homeless, the message they're getting - if they get one at all - is to isolate themselves if they feel sick and call a doctor if symptoms worsen.
3.3 Million Seek US Jobless Aid, Nearly 5 Times Earlier HighNearly 3.3 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week — nearly five times the previous record set in 1982.
California Announces 90-Day Waiver For Mortgage PaymentsAmidst this coronavirus crisis, there's now an effort to avoid another California mortgage crisis.
California Governor Says 4 Banks To Waive Mortgage FeesFour of the nation's largest banks agreed to temporarily suspend residential mortgage payments for Californians affected by the coronavirus, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Wednesday.
Gov. Newsom: 1 Million Californians Have Filed For Unemployment Since March 13California Gov. Gavin Newsom says four of the nation's largest banks have agreed to temporarily suspend mortgage payments for those affected by the coronavirus.
PG&E's Falling Stock Price Worries Wildfire Victims Eyeing DealThe stock market turmoil triggered by the coronavirus pandemic is raising worries that Pacific Gas & Electric's $13.5 billion settlement with victims of catastrophic wildfires may be worth far less by the time the beleaguered company emerges from bankruptcy.
Congress, White House Reach Deal On $2 Trillion Stimulus BillHelp for Americans suffering financially during the coronavirus crisis should finally be on the way.
California Governor Says Virus Likely To Curb State SpendingWith nearly 40 million people stuck at home because of the coronavirus, California's governor on Tuesday warned state agencies to prepare for less money from the government that will likely postpone many of the state's ambitious spending plans.
California Scrambling To Obtain Virus Protection GearCalifornia is scrambling to obtain protective gear for healthcare workers and first responders, reaching out worldwide and working with locals to ratchet up production as the coronavirus pandemic sweeps through the nation's most populous state.
Gov. Newsom To Limit Beach Access After Crowds Flock To Coast During Stay-At-Home OrderGov. Gavin Newsom said he would close parking lots at dozens of beaches and state parks to prevent the spread of coronavirus after large groups flocked to the coast and mountains to get outdoors on the first weekend under the state's stay-at-home order.