California Governor Cautiously Upbeat As Virus Numbers EaseCalifornia appears to be getting a grip on a resurgence of the coronavirus, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Monday, though he warned the state is a long way from reopening some of the businesses it shuttered for a second time last month because of rising infections and hospitalizations
California Minimum-Wage Jump To Hit Virus-Battered CompaniesGov. Gavin Newsom announced Wednesday the state would keep in place a planned jump in the state's minimum wage to $14 an hour next year for larger businesses, saying it would help hard hit lower-income workers even as many companies struggle to survive amid the coronavirus crisis.
CHP Officers Clear Protesters From Governor Newsom's Fair Oaks Mansion Demanding Mass Clemency For California InmatesProtesters are making their voices heard on behalf of people behind bars in California on Monday.
Gov. Newsom Increases COVID-19 Spending In Hard-Hit Central Valley CountiesGov. Gavin Newsom on Monday announced a $52 million investment in eight counties comprising the Central Valley to help slow the spread of the coronavirus.
California Governor Pledges Support For Essential WorkersCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom pledged Friday to do more to protect farm workers, grocery clerks and other essential workers — many of whom are Latino — from the health and economic harms of the coronavirus as the infection spreads through their communities.
CBS13 Investigates: Does Governor's 'Great Plates Delivered' Program Deliver On Promises?According to data obtained by CBS13, fewer than half of the participating cities and counties are providing the full 21 meals a week.
Districts In Limbo Awaiting Governor's Guidance On Returning To SchoolThe Roseville City School District is the latest grappling over how to send students back to school.
California Governor To Outline Plans For Reopening SchoolsGov. Gavin Newsom is expected to announce new guidance for the reopening of California schools Friday, with many of the state’s 1,000 districts just weeks away from returning to school and still undecided on whether to allow students back in classrooms.
Governor Newsom Hints To Changes In Testing ProtocolCoronavirus cases are on the rise across the state. Many are tracing back to people not following the rules by not wearing a face covering or social distancing.
Newsom Hopes California Schools Won't Be Delayed By VirusSurging coronavirus cases in California prompted a warning on Wednesday from the nation's most populous county of a possible delay to classroom instruction in public schools next month — a setback Gov. Gavin Newsom said he hopes to avoid by convincing more people to wear face coverings and stay away from gatherings.
Companies Tied To Top California Officials, Including Gov. Newsom, Get Federal AidBusinesses tied to California Gov. Gavin Newsom, Lt. Gov. Eleni Kounalakis and two of the state’s legislative leaders were among those that received federal loans aimed at keeping small businesses afloat during the coronavirus pandemic, records released Monday showed.
Newsom Urges People To Avoid Holiday GatheringsGov. Gavin Newsom on Thursday urged Californians to turn to their “better angels” and use common sense over the holiday weekend by wearing a mask and skipping traditional gatherings with family and friends.
California Creates 'Strike Teams' To Enforce Virus LimitsCalifornia is creating “strike teams” from 10 state agencies to enforce guidelines designed to slow the spread of the coronavirus, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Wednesday.
Backtrack On Reopening: Sacramento Restaurants Prepare To Close Doors After Gov. Orders Indoor ShutdownAmid an increase in COVID-19 cases, Gov. Gavin Newsom is ordering some businesses in 19 counties to stop indoor operations ahead of the holiday weekend.
California Governor OKs Budget Closing $54.3 Billion DeficitCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a budget on Monday that closes an estimated $54.3 billion deficit by temporarily raising taxes on businesses, delaying payments to public schools and cutting billions of dollars in spending on state services and worker salaries.