PG&E Power Shutoffs: Power Restored To Nearly 74% Of Impacted Customers Thursday EveningAs predicted, gusty winds moved into parts of Northern California as another power shutoff was rolled out to prevent sparking wires from igniting new wildfires.
Poll: Voters Split Over Prop. 15 Property Tax Measure, Affirmative Action Prop. 16 Trailing Less than two weeks before Election Day, a new poll finds California voters split over a measure that would change how commercial and industrial properties are taxed.
California Theme Park Closures Impacting Jobs, Shops, Neighboring CommunitiesCalifornia's amusement parks have been pining to reopen for months, hoping to bring back thousands of workers sent home in March when the coronavirus pandemic forced them to shut down.
Court Orders Immediate Release Or Transfer 1,700 San Quentin Prison Inmates Over Virus OutbreakA state appeals court ordered San Quentin State Prison to immediately cut its inmate population by half Tuesday, which would require transferring or releasing about 1,700 inmates, citing the state’s inability to manage a deadly COVID-19 outbreak at the prison.
Central California School Fined $15K For Violating Court Coronavirus OrderA Central California private school has been ordered to pay $15,000 for defying a judge’s order to close classrooms and stop in-person teaching.
Attorney General Wants Judge To Make State Republican Party Give Details On Ballot BoxesCalifornia's Democratic attorney general asked a judge Tuesday to make the state Republican Party hand over the names and contact information of every person who used one of the GOP's unofficial ballot drop boxes to vote.
California To Allow Fans To Attend Games At Outdoor Stadiums; No 49ers Games YetFor a brief moment, it looked as if the next 49ers home game could have had some fans in attendance after California made some new modifications to its coronavirus reopening plan.
Glass Fire Incident In NorCal’s Wine Country Now Fully ContainedThe destructive Glass Fire has been fully contained as of late Tuesday morning, Cal Fire says.
Fresno Police Shoot, Kill Parolee In 2nd Shooting In 2 Days.Police officers in Central California shot and killed a 32-year-old parolee after he ignored repeated requests by police to drop a loaded rifle, authorities said.
Compton Follows Stockton In Launching Guaranteed Income ProgramCompton will become the second California city to launch a pilot program that guarantees free, recurring cash payments to some of its low-income residents -- with no strings attached.
PG&E Considers More Fire-Prevention Power Shutoffs In 19 Counties This WeekElectricity may be shut off to 50,000 Northern California utility customers this week to try to prevent power lines from sparking and igniting new wildfires during a predicted new round of gusty, hot and dry weather.
Gov. Newsom Lays Out Timeline For COVID-19 Vaccine In CaliforniaGov. Gavin Newsom said Monday a coronavirus vaccine could be available in California as early as next month, but most people won’t be able to get it that fast.
California Will Not Allow Distribution Of Coronavirus Vaccines Without State ApprovalCalifornia won't allow any distribution of new coronavirus vaccines in the nation’s most populous state until it is reviewed by the state’s own panel of experts, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Monday.
Working From Home: California Among The Few States Where People Can Deduct Some Business ExpensesYour best bet, no matter where you live, is simply to ask if your employer will reimburse you directly for your home office expenses.
Authorities Probe Death Of Pelican Bay Inmate As HomicideAuthorities are investigating as a homicide the death of a 42-year-old inmate at Pelican Bay State Prison in Northern California.