Amazon Driver Shot In Face In Broad Daylight While Delivering Packages In NYCPolice said a man walked up to the Amazon truck and fired a single shot, piercing the passenger window.
Milkweed Planted Along Sacramento, Other Rivers To Help Monarch ButterfliesA conservation group is planting more than 30,000 milkweed plants in California in the hope of giving Western monarch butterflies new places to breed.
California’s Statewide Average Gas Price Reaches $4.20 On Memorial DayGasoline prices are at a seven-year high, just in time for travelers to hit the road for Memorial Day.
Gov. Newsom Pardons California Inmate FirefightersCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday pardoned more than a dozen people, including two inmate firefighters who faced deportation, and commuted the sentences of three people who were convicted of killings where they didn't pull the trigger.
California Considers Timing On Easing Workplace COVID RulesCalifornia workforce regulators recommended Friday that the state stick with a July 31 deadline for updating certain employer pandemic safety rules instead of June 15, the date Gov. Gavin Newsom set for the state to lift mask and physical distancing requirements in most social settings.
California Senate Moves To Make Assisted Death Law PermanentThe California Senate moved Friday to make the state's assisted death law permanent and significantly shorten the time a terminally ill patient must wait for a fatal dose of medication.
Tribe-Backed Sports Betting Initiative Qualifies For 2022 California BallotAn initiative to allow sports betting at tribal casinos and horse-racing tracks in California has qualified for the November 2022 ballot.
Who Is Samuel Cassidy, Gunman In San Jose Rail Yard Mass Shooting?The man who shot and killed nine people at a Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority (VTA) light rail yard Wednesday was identified as Sam Cassidy, 57, a San Jose resident and VTA employee.
South Lake Tahoe Weekend Traffic Mess Leads To Rules, FinesWith Memorial Day weekend here, beware if you’re making the trip to South Lake Tahoe.
California Senate Approves Taking Badges From Bad Officers, 2 Other Criminal justice Reform BillsThe California State Senate on Wednesday advanced three criminal justice reform bills, including one that could end the careers of bad apple police officers, an idea that failed last year despite broad public outrage over the police killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis.
PG&E To Pay Nearly $150M For Botched Outages, Recent WildfiresPacific Gas & Electric is getting hit with a nearly $150 million bill for neglect that caused Northern California wildfires during the past two years and mismanagement of blackouts designed to prevent the utility's crumbling power grid from causing more damage.
9 Dead In San Jose Mass Shooting, Including SuspectMultiple fatalities and multiple people wounded have been reported after a mass shooting at a rail yard in San Jose.
California Wildfires Have Already Burned 5x More Land Than Last Year — And Drought Conditions Could Make Things WorseWildfires have burned roughly 14,000 acres in California this year as a deepening drought grips the Southwest -- more than five times the acreage charred by the same time last year.
Japanese American Activists Relive Painful Past Hoping Asian Hate Doesn't Repeat HistoryThe recent spike in Asian hate incidents has local activists pushing to prevent another painful past.
New Head Of Largest State Worker Union Won't Back NewsomThe new president-elect of California’s largest state employee union said Tuesday that the influential organization won’t back Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom’s effort to fend off a likely recall election this fall.