A Mask Comeback? Capitol Mandate Leaves People Wondering What's Next For the StateA minor coronavirus outbreak in the California assembly has lawmakers and staff wearing masks once again. It's got some wondering, is the whole state next?
Mask Mandate Reinstated At California Capitol After Positive COVID TestsA mask mandate has returned to the California State Capitol after at least nine workers tested positive for COVID last week, including four who are fully vaccinated.
Child Care Providers March In Sacramento Pushing Gov. Newsom For Higher PayHundreds of child care providers in Sacramento marched Thursday outside the California State Capitol demanding higher wages, a topic that appears to be the final sticking point in budget negotiations between lawmakers and Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom.
California State Capitol To Reopen For Visitors Next WeekThe California State Capitol building will reopen to the public starting next week, legislative leaders announced Friday.
Barriers Surrounding State Capitol Credited With Helping End High-Speed ChaseNew homeland security measures near the State Capitol are being credited with helping end a high-speed chase overnight.
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.
California Lawmakers Head Back To Capitol Ahead Of Looming ProtestsFrom all angles, the National Guard and the California Highway Patrol have eyes on the State Capitol.
Sacramento Mayor Calls For Continued Vigilance Against Violence Ahead Of InaugurationLaw enforcement agencies are keeping the peace with an incredible display of military power at the state Capitol Monday night.
California National Guard Sets Up Around Downtown Sacramento Ahead Of Potential UnrestTanks and troops are scattered all around Downtown Sacramento to protect government buildings.
Public Barred From California Senate After Threats SurfaceThe California state Senate closed its session to the public on Friday, a day after two women in attendance made threats against lawmakers, while law enforcement in Sacramento and other state cities girded for possible violence in advance of next week’s inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden.
Gov. Newsom Deploys National Guard To Protect Capitol Ahead Of Presidential InaugurationThe California National Guard is being deployed in Sacramento to protect the State Capitol ahead of the presidential inauguration, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Thursday.
In Aftermath Of US Capitol Attack, New Scrutiny For Police Officers' Social Media PostsCBS13 reached out to local law enforcement agencies and none are launching new background checks on their own officers.
Preparations Underway To Keep The Peace At Capitol Following FBI WarningJust days before the inauguration, officers are standing on capitol grounds in Sacramento.
Newsom Calls For State Capitol Flags To Fly At Half-Staff In Honor Of Fallen U.S. Capitol Police Officer Brian SicknickGov. Gavin Newsom said the flags over the California State Capitol will fly at half-staff Sunday in honor of fallen U.S. Capitol Police Officer Brian Sicknick, who died from injuries a day after a mob of Trump supporters stormed the building as lawmakers began to certify Joe Biden's election win.
'Reopen Cal Now' Conference Day 2: Elected Leaders Hold Protest On Capitol Steps In SacramentoSacramento on Saturday saw its first protest since a riot and chaos unfolded Wednesday at the U.S. Capitol. The Reopen Cal Now conference moved to the California State Capitol downtown to advocate for businesses to reopen – and security sure looks different.