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The U.S. Is Averaging More Than 100,000 New Covid-19 Cases A Day, The Highest Level In Two MonthsFor the first time in two months, the US is averaging more than 100,000 new Covid-19 cases each day, shortly after millions of Americans traveled for the Thanksgiving holiday.
Top Space Force Official: China Is Developing Space Capabilities At 'Twice The Rate' Of UsGeneral David Thompson, vice chief of space operations for the US Space Force, said Saturday China is developing its space capabilities at "twice the rate" of the US. That's not to say that the U.S. is making no progress, however, and some companies can be found right at home in California.
Cancer Survivor Spreads Word About Treatment That Stopped DiseaseIt's been a long three years of doctor visits, surgeries, and multiple rounds of chemotherapy for 63-year-old Peter Romero. Now, just in time for the holidays, he's cancer free.
Car Crashes Into Pole In VacavilleThe Vacaville Police Department is investigating a major injury solo vehicle collision at the intersection of Leisure Town Road and Sequoia Drive.
Interstate 80 In Fairfield Reopened SundayInterstate 80 in Fairfield, Solano County has reopened on Sunday, December 5, 2021, at around 9:00 a.m., said Caltrans traffic advisory.
Lab Experts Criticize State’s Response To Risk Of 'Serious Injury, Harm or Death' At CA COVID Testing LabLab experts are speaking out after CDPH allowed its billion-dollar COVID lab to continue operating for nearly a year while failing to correct deficiencies that posed “immediate jeopardy to patient health and safety” likely to cause “serious injury or harm, or death.”
Nevada, California Governors Plan A Fix For I-15 CongestionNewsom traveled to Nevada for joint press conference on $12 million project
4 Killed After Small Plane Crashes In Central CaliforniaAuthorities say it happened Saturday evening when there was heavy fog in the area
Bob Dole, World War II Veteran, Senator And Presidential Nominee, Has Died At 98Former Senate Majority Leader Bob Dole, the World War II veteran who Republicans hoped would oust President Bill Clinton from the White House in 1996, has died, the Elizabeth Dole Foundation said Sunday. He was 98. He had been diagnosed with stage 4 lung cancer in February 2021.
California International Marathon Expected To Bring In $10M To City Of SacramentoWith over 10,000 runners in the area, businesses are already starting to see an uptick in sales.