Gov. Gavin Newsom didn’t mince words talking about California needing a deep cleaning.
Newsom’s Budget Proposal Marks Largest Investment Ever In Cleanup EffortsGov. Gavin Newsom didn’t mince words talking about California needing a deep cleaning.
Steve Large's Full Interview With Gov. Gavin NewsomGovernor Newsom sat down with CBS13's Steve Large to discuss various current issues.
Lawmakers Asking To Reopen CapitolA bi-partisan coalition of lawmakers is asking Governor Newsom to reopen the state capitol in Sacramento.
Cox Campaign's Bear Stunt Decried By BEAR LeagueLaunching a bus tour in Sacramento with a live Kodiak bear named Tag ambling behind him in the hot sun, Cox promised to bring "beastly" changes to state government. The BEAR League wasn't happy with the stunt.
Stunt Involving Bear, Ads Bring California Recall Into News PhaseCalifornia's recall election now features “the beast" and a “compassionate disruptor." That's how John Cox and Caitlyn Jenner, Republicans running for California governor, pitched themselves to voters Tuesday in new campaign ads, taking different tones in their bids to oust Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom.
VP Harris Becomes First VP To Have Wax Head At Madam Tussaud's Wax MuseumThe wax sculptures of V.P. Harris and Pres. Biden will be officially unveiled later this year.
Investigator: Supervisor Serna Did Not Violate Police With Trump CommentsA law firm set a Sacramento city supervisor that posted comments on social media about Trump supporters did not violate policy.
Political Twists And Turns In Store If Newsom Is ReplacedSo far only ten candidates have filed statements of intention to run in the recall election including, former Olympian and transgender rights advocate Caitlyn Jenner, businessman John Cox, and former congressman Doug Ose.
Political Art Shown During High School Class In Sonora Upsets Some Parents And StudentsSome parents in Sonora are fired up after an example for a high school art project showed former president trump and the former first lady in a questionable light.
Gov. Newsom Recall Has Enough Signatures For ElectionThe number of valid signatures required to initiate a recall of Governor Gavin Newsom has reportedly been met, the California Secretary of State announced Monday (4/26).
Rob Bonta Confirmed As California's Next Attorney GeneralCalifornia lawmakers on Thursday approved the state’s first Filipino American to hold the top law enforcement job, saying the progressive Democrat is taking office during a critical debate over racial justice and the changing role of police.
Former US Vice President Walter Mondale Dies At Age 93The family of Walter Mondale says the former vice president has died at the age of 93.
Placerville City Council Votes Unanimously To Remove Noose From City LogoIn a late-night decision, city councilmembers voted to remove the noose from the logo. It's a huge decision by the city council that announced they're ready to move forward with change and not use a symbol that brings pain to people.
Biden Meets With Bipartisan Group Of Lawmakers On InfrastructurePresident Biden reached agreements on some points on infrastructure during a meeting with bipartisan members of Congress, although there will still be hurdles if the president wants this push to have bipartisan support.
Vice President Kamala Harris Visits CaliforniaThe California native visited a water treatment plant in the Bay Area. Her next stop was Los Angeles.
State Senator Urging People Who Signed Newsom Recall Petition To Remove NameFormer State Senator Don Perata is asking people to remove their names, saying they probably added it when the state was at a low point.
Vice President Visiting Oakland On MondayIt’s her first visit back to her hometown since she became Vice President of the United States.
Gov. Newsom Gets COVID-19 VaccineGovernor Newsom was vaccinated live on April 1, 2021, the first day he was eligible to receive the vaccine.
Schwarzenegger Has Warning For NewsomIn an interview with Politico on Wednesday, former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger warned Gov. Gavin Newsom to take this recall seriously or face possible termination.
Report: Darrell Steinberg Won't Be Next California Attorney GeneralA new report says Sacramento mayor Darrell Steinberg will not be California's next attorney general. According to Politico, Governor Gavin Newsom called Steinberg Tuesday to let him know he would not be picked for the job.
Governor Newsom Responds To Recall EffortNewsom and his Democratic allies have cast the recall attempt as a politically driven power grab and in appearances on national news programs Monday and Tuesday, he tied the recall to extremist groups.
Gov. Newsom Touts Pandemic Progress In State Of The State AddressAddressing a state exhausted after a year of lockdowns, wildfires, disease and death, California Gov. Gavin Newsom on Tuesday urged residents of the nation's most populous state to “dream of brighter days ahead” while acknowledging mistakes that have put his political future on the line.
Biden Pushes Ahead With Stimulus PlanWith the U.S. economy still suffering the effects of the pandemic, President Biden is pushing ahead with his coronavirus relief plan. Biden is committed to sending relief checks, but Republicans oppose a measure in the bill to raise the minimum wage to $15 an hour.
Impeachment Trial BeginsCBS13 Political Analyst Gary Dietrich breaks down the biggest headlines from the first day of former president Donald Trump's second impeachment trial.