FDA Advisers To Consider Whether Omicron-Specific COVID Vaccines Are NeededThe United States is preparing for the possible need to update its Covid-19 vaccines.
California Cement Industry Working To Pave The Way Toward A Cleaner FutureTom Tietz, executive director of California Nevada Cement Association, says California uses 11 million tons of cement per year.
'This Is About Empowering Everyday People': California Advances Texas-Style Lawsuits Over Illegal GunsCalifornia legislators on Monday approved Texas-style lawsuits over illegal guns, mimicking the Lone Star State's law aimed at deterring abortions and obliquely linking the two most controversial U.S. Supreme Court decisions from last week.
Bill Proposing More AAPI History In Textbooks Faces Unexpected OppositionAs hate crimes against Asian Americans rise, there's a California bill calling for more Asian American and pacific islander history in textbooks.
California To Vote On Adding Constitutional Right To Abortion In November Midterm ElectionCalifornia voters will decide in November whether to guarantee the right to an abortion in their state constitution, a question sure to boost turnout on both sides of the debate during a pivotal midterm election year.
3 Killed, Dozens Hurt After Amtrak Train From California Derails In MissouriThere are multiple fatalities and at least 50 people who were injured after an Amtrak train derailed Monday in Missouri, Eric McKenzie, the superintendent with Chariton County Ambulance Service, told CNN.
WHO Says Monkeypox Is Not An International Public Health Emergency, But It Should Continue To Be MonitoredThe World Health Organization has stopped short of declaring the monkeypox outbreak a public health emergency of international concern as a result of an emergency committee meeting.
Big Landowner Closing California Forests Due To Fire DangerSwaths of private California forestlands will be closed to the public starting this week due to extreme drought and risk of wildfires, the owner announced.
'You're Scaring Kids': Crowd Combats Anti-Pride Protesters At Children's Museum By SingingWhile the protest came suddenly, what happened next wasn't expected either as the crowd broke out in song.
Rivers See Crowds With Triple-Digit Heat, Also Rescue CallsSunday marked the sixth day in a row with a high temperature of 100 degrees or higher for Sacramento, according to the National Weather Service.
California's Capitol Lit-Up Pink for Second Night, Women Talk End of Roe v. WadeWhat did you think when Roe v. Wade was overturned?
Coyote That Attacked California Toddler EuthanizedWildlife authorities caught and euthanized a coyote that attacked a 2-year-old child at a Southern California park earlier this week, officials said.
Gov. Newsom, California Lawmakers Near Deal On Gas Tax RebateMost California taxpayers would get hundreds of dollars in cash to help offset the high price of fuel and other goods under a tentative budget compromise being discussed by legislative leaders and Gov. Gavin Newsom.
California Abortion Activists React To The End Of Roe V. WadeCalifornia Governor Gavin Newsom said Friday: "We will not cooperate with any states that attempt to prosecute women or doctors for receiving or providing reproductive care." 
10 California Communities Awarded $17 Million To Address Family HomelessnessTen California municipalities from Mendocino County to San Diego will receive $17 million in Family Homelessness Challenge Grant money as part of Governor Gavin Newsom's $14 billion package to fight homelessness with the aim of reducing family homelessness throughout the state.