Person In California Becomes 1st Case Of Omicron COVID-19 Variant Identified In USA person in California became the first in the U.S. to have an identified case of the omicron variant of COVID-19.
State Inspections Confirm Whistleblower Allegations At Troubled California COVID LabThe long-overdue report of state inspections at California's troubled COVID testing lab is finally public. The findings confirm CBS13 whistleblower allegations and that the lab "pose(d) immediate jeopardy to patient health and safety."
Law Enforcement Agencies Stepping Up Recruitment Efforts As Vacancies Pile UpBehind the badge, the struggle is real when it comes to recruitment.
Clements Bar Alcohol License Suspended After Fake COVID-19 Vaccine Card Sales InvestigationA bar in a small San Joaquin County town has had its liquor license suspended after an investigation into allegations that it was selling fake COVID-19 vaccination cards.
County Files Court Complaints Against 2 Placerville Restaurants That Ignore COVID Rules, Stayed OpenTwo Placerville restaurants that had their health permits revoked over COVID-19 safety violations have now had complaints filed against them by the county.
'We’ve Seen Some Signs That Suggest Concerns': California Bracing For Winter COVID-19 SurgeCalifornia has begun positioning equipment and locking in contracts with temporary health care workers in preparation for another possible winter surge of coronavirus cases, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Wednesday.
Officer On Leave For Missing Vaccination Deadline Dies From COVID-19 At Hospital In MantecaA San Francisco Police Department officer who was placed on leave for missing the city's deadline to be inoculated has died after being stricken by COVID-19, the San Francisco Chronicle reported.
Roseville Starts Removing Extra Outdoor Seating Areas In DowntownParts of downtown Roseville will be closed for the next two days as work crews remove outdoor seating areas.
Free Tuition For Spring 2022 Semester, $500 COVID-19 Vaccination Incentive Offered For Modesto Junior College StudentsModesto Junior College is offering free tuition for all registered students next semester.
Judge Limits New California Law Protecting COVID-19 Vaccination Sites From ProtestsA federal judge has thrown out California's new 30-foot buffer zone designed to restrict protests at coronavirus vaccination sites, though his ruling left in place other parts of a new state law despite arguments that it infringes on free speech.
Watch: Gov. Gavin Newsom Gets His COVID-19 Vaccine Booster ShotGov. Gavin Newsom was in Alameda County on Wednesday getting his COVID-19 vaccine booster shot.