California Senate Meets As GOP Senators Tested For COVID-19Nearly all of the Republicans in the California Senate were barred from entering the state Capitol on Thursday after they were exposed to the coronavirus, prompting unprecedented changes that include allowing lawmakers to vote via video conference from their homes as the Legislature rushes to complete their work by Monday's deadline.
'We Are Dying Out Here': Salon Owners Take To Capitol, Push To Reopen IndoorsSalon owners say they need to fully reopen now or close for good because of ongoing financial struggles.
CHP Resumes Issuing Permits For DemonstrationsThe California Highway Patrol will resume issuing event permits at state facilities, including the capitol.
California's Only Native American Lawmaker: 'Taking Down The Monuments Are Not Enough'As race relations are in the spotlight, California's first and only Native American lawmaker, Assemblymember James Ramos (D-San Bernadino), hopes the call the remove some controversial historical statues is just the beginning.
Peaceful Protesters Gather At State Capitol For Fifth Day Of George Floyd DemonstrationsOn the fifth day of George Floyd demonstrations, protestors gathered at the State Capitol to once again make their presence known.
Salon Industry Workers Hold Rally At State Capitol To Raise Awareness For Reopening BusinessesThere were plenty of signs, face masks and rally cries near the steps of the California state capitol building Monday, all pushing for salons to reopen.
CHP Sued For Banning Protests At State Capitol During PandemicA new lawsuit is accusing the governor and California Highway Patrol of "abusing their power" after they banned protests at the state capitol. 
Coronavirus Protests: CHP To Be More Cautious About Issuing Permits After Large Gathering MondayThe CHP did have a presence during the protest but did not issue any citations or make arrests even though protesters congregated outside of their vehicles in large groups.
Bill That Would Change California Elementary Sex Ed From Opt-Out To Opt-In Fails Committee VoteSupporters of a bill that would change sex education in California rallied at the State Capitol ahead of a crucial committee vote on Wednesday.
Woman Accused Of Throwing Blood On State Senators Charged With FeloniesA woman accused of throwing a bloody menstrual cup on state lawmakers is now facing felony charges. 
Capitol Christmas Tree Lighting Celebrates California's Diverse ResidentsHundreds gathered on the west steps of the Capitol Thursday evening to watch the state Christmas tree get lit up.