California Halts System Of Shared Vaccine Codes After MisuseCalifornia is revamping its plan to help essential workers and seniors in underserved communities get coronavirus vaccinations after officials learned that appointment access codes were leaked to people who were not eligible for the shots.
Wildfire Victims Sue PG&E’s Former Management For NeglectA trust representing more than 80,000 victims of deadly wildfires ignited by Pacific Gas and Electric's rickety electrical grid is suing nearly two dozen of the utility's former executives and board members for alleged dereliction of their duty to ensure the equipment wouldn't kill people.
Gov. Newsom Says Deal To Reopen Schools Is CloseAs the vast majority of California students approach one year of distance learning, Gov. Gavin Newsom vowed Tuesday that classrooms will reopen “very, very shortly.”
Tiger Woods Hospitalized For ‘Multiple Leg Injuries’ In Rollover Crash In Rancho Palos Verdes
Governor Gavin Newsom Signs $7.6 Billion Stimulus PackageThe plan gives 5.7 million Californians a one-time $600 minimum check and sets aside grants for struggling small businesses.
GOP Working To Block Nomination Of Xavier Becerra As Health SecretaryPresident Joe Biden's pick for health secretary, Xavier Becerra, faces two days of contentious Senate hearings. Republicans are portraying the Californian as unfit, but Democrats are unfazed, accusing the GOP of playing politics despite the coronavirus pandemic.
California’s Tax Agency Suspends Debt Collection Program Exposed In Call Kurtis InvestigationThe Franchise Tax Board has suspended the Intercept Program, which takes taxpayers' refunds to pay off debt, saying it will stop raiding taxpayer’s money to cover things like parking tickets, tolls, or other fines through August.
Once Hailed As Heroes In COVID Fight, Governors Newsom, Cuomo Facing Political CrisesAt the outset of the coronavirus pandemic, two Democratic governors on opposite ends of the country were hailed as heroes for their leadership in a crisis. Now they're leaders on the ropes.
Recall Newsom Campaign Gathers More Than A Million Signatures, State Report SaysThe campaign to recall Gov. Gavin Newsom has now gathered more than a million signatures, according to a new report from the California secretary of state's office that suggests the effort is still on track as they inch toward a March deadline to qualify for the ballot.
Newsom Says 7.3 Million Shots Given In California As New Vaccine Delivery System Rolls OutNewsom on Sunday said over 7.3 million total vaccines have been administered statewide so far. California's new system of delivering, tracking and scheduling coronavirus vaccines is being rolled out in select counties.
Louisiana Challenges California Ban On Alligator ProductsThe government is taking comments until March 22 on the proposal to remove 12 words that let states regulate sales or transfers of “any American alligator specimen” within their boundaries.
Many California Counties Short On Shots As Severe Weather Across US Squeezes COVID-19 Vaccine Supply LinePublic health agencies across Northern California are reporting COVID-19 vaccine shortages as severe weather across the US has brought the supply line to a halt this week.
‘Inconclusive’ COVID Results Should Be ‘Reported as Positive’ – CA Lab COVID Test No Longer FDA AuthorizedTens of thousands of inconclusive COVID test results from California’s billion-dollar lab should be reported as positive, according to the FDA. The $1.7 billion dollar state lab contract requires test be FDA authorized. It isn’t.
California To Set Aside 10% Of First Doses Of COVID Vaccine Statewide For Educators And Childcare WorkersGovernor Newsom says this move will help kids get back to school sooner.
2 Central California Residents Arrested For Allegedly Violating Hawaii COVID-19 Quarantine RulesTwo Fresno residents have been arrested in Hawaii for allegedly violating the state’s COVID-19 quarantine rules.