Gov. Newsom Signs Executive Order To Prevent Price Gouging On At-Home Covid TestsGovernor Gavin Newsom signed an executive order today creating consumer protections against price gouging on at-home test kits.
Gov. Newsom Announces New $2.7 Billion COVID-19 Emergency Response PackageGovernor Newsom's administration today unveiled a proposed $2.7 billion COVID-19 Emergency Response Package, which includes a $1.4 billion emergency appropriation request, to increase testing capacity, speed vaccination and booster efforts, support frontline workers, strengthen the healthcare system, and combat misinformation.
Healthcare Workers Push Back On Dangerous New Guidance From CDPHThe California Department of Public Health's decision to allow employers to force COVID-positive healthcare workers and caregivers to work outraged over half a million healthcare workers and other caregivers in the state.
Governor Newsom Activates National Guard To Bolster State’s COVID-19 Testing CapacityGovernor Gavin Newsom said Friday that the California National Guard has been activated to assist local communities with extra testing facilities and capacity in the wake of a nationwide outbreak of COVID-19 cases caused by the Omicron strain.
Vallejo PD Temporarily Close Lobby To Public Due to Increase In COVID-19 CasesThe Vallejo Police Department lobby will be closed to the public from January 10, 2022, through February 28, 2022, out of caution due to an increase in COVID-19 cases.
Sutter Creek Elementary Father Charged With Battery On School Employee After Dispute Over Mask MandateA man is facing criminal charges for his alleged attack on an Amador County teacher earlier this month. 
Concern Sparks Over New COVID Variants As Vaccine Eligibility Opens Up In Sacramento RegionAs vaccine eligibility is set to expand to everyone 16 and up in California, concern continues to grow as more cases of coronavirus variants continue to pop up.
Nevada County COVID Cases Surge In Young People ‘Letting Their Guard Down’With COVID case rates dropping and vaccines becoming more available, most counties are getting closer to widespread reopening. But getting too comfortable is what is forcing Nevada County backward, as it's in the middle of a virus surge while other areas celebrate.
California To Receive 90% Fewer J&J Vaccines Next WeekCalifornia will see a 90 percent drop in Johnson and Johnson single-dose vaccines next week.
Road To Recovery: Stanislaus County Opens Up Vaccines To Those 16 And UpIt was a big step forward across California on the road to recovery from the pandemic as anyone 50 and up was made eligible to get the vaccine as of Thursday.
'I'm Helping Save Lives': UC Davis Cash Incentive Working As Students Skip Spring Break TravelSpring Break prompted an incredible uptick in travel, but you may see a few more students than usual sticking around at UC Davis. The school handed out $75 gift cards for local businesses to students who didn't travel over the break.