Governor To Deliver State Of State Address From Dodger StadiumCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom will deliver his third State of the State address from Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles, the home field of the World Series champions that has been transformed into one of the nation's largest COVID-19 vaccination sites.
Bernie Sanders Says ‘Extremist Republicans’ Are Behind Effort To Recall California Gov. Gavin NewsomSenator Bernie Sanders is weighing in on the effort to recall California Gov. Gavin Newsom.
Senate Passes Biden's $1.9 Trillion COVID Relief Bill After 'Vote-A-Rama'The Senate approved President Biden's $1.9 trillion coronavirus relief package Saturday, over 24 hours after opening debate on the bill.
Recall Newsom Rally Held At California State Capitol Hours After Campaign Announces It Gathered Enough Signatures For BallotA group seeking the recall of Gov. Gavin Newsom held a rally at the California State Capitol on Sunday hours after the group announced they have collected enough signatures to put the recall on a state ballot.
'This Is A Liberty Issue': Group Representing Placer County Restaurant Owners Threatens To Sue Newsom Over COVID RegulationsOngoing coronavirus-related regulations that are limiting restaurants have left a bad taste in owners’ mouths, leaving one group from Placer County threatening to sue the state and Gov. Gavin Newsom if those restrictions aren’t lifted.
Employment Rose Among Those In Universal Basic Income Experiment In Stockton, Study SaysAfter receiving $500 per month for two years without rules on how to spend it, 125 people in Stockton paid off debt, got full-time jobs and reported lower rates of anxiety and depression, according to a study released Wednesday.
Gov. Newsom, Lawmakers Reach Deal To Get California Children Back In ClassroomsGov. Gavin Newsom and state legislative leaders have reached an agreement aimed at getting most California public schoolchildren back in classrooms by the end of March.
California Revenues $10.5B Ahead Of Projections As Rich Get Richer During PandemicCalifornia's bank account is overflowing. As of January, the state's tax collections were $10.5 billion ahead of projections. By the end of the fiscal year on July 1, Gov. Gavin Newsom and the state Legislature could have a $19 billion surplus to spend.
Richard Grenell To Meet With Trump Saturday To Discuss Potential California Governor RunRichard Grenell, who served in the Trump administration and is expected to meet with the former president Saturday, may consider a run for California governor if the campaign to recall Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom gathers the necessary signatures to qualify for the ballot.
California To Spend $28M To Help Arriving Asylum SeekersCalifornia will spend up to $28 million to help asylum seekers arriving from Mexico and being released in the U.S. until their court dates, a sharp contrast from other border states that have emerged as foes of President Joe Biden's immigration policies.
1.1 Million Single-Dose J&J Vaccines Expected In California Over Next 3 WeeksCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom on Friday said the state expects to start administering the new single-dose Johnson & Johnson vaccine next week and to receive more than 1.1 million of the shots over the next three weeks.
Appeals Court Eyes California Ban On High-Capacity MagazinesA federal appeals court said Thursday that it will reconsider a three-judge court's split ruling last year throwing out California’s ban on high-capacity ammunition magazines, a decision with potential impact in other states.
Amendment Would Ban 'Servitude' By California Prison InmatesCalifornia relies on thousands of inmates to fight massive wildfires, churn out vehicle license plates, mop prison floors and myriad other tasks — all for wages that rarely top a few dollars a day.
Newsom's Vaccine Plan Aims To Reopen California ClassroomsGov. Gavin Newsom on Thursday released a new plan outlining how the state will allocate vaccines to education workers in a continued push to reopen more schools for in-person instruction.
California Supreme Court Upholds Ending Adult Trials For Teens Ages 14, 15The California Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the state's 2018 law barring 14- and 15-year-olds from being tried as adults and sent to adult prisons even for serious crimes such as murder, arson, robbery, rape or kidnapping.