Gov. Newsom Signs Law Extending Eviction Protections Until JuneCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a law on Friday that extends eviction protections through the end of June.
Much-Needed Rain In California Brings Threat Of Flooding To Burn AreasA storm drenching California has brought much-needed rain in a dry winter but it also washed out a highway, buried the Sierra Nevada in snow and prompted warnings of possible floods and mudslides near areas scorched by wildfires.
Audit: California Unemployment Agency Was Warned Of Fraud, Did LittleDespite warnings, the California Employment Development Department did nothing for four months to stop paying bogus jobless claims, according to an audit released Thursday.
California Launches “My Turn” Website To Check Eligibility For Coronavirus VaccineCalifornia introduced a new website Monday that will let you know when you’re eligible to get the COVID-19 vaccine.
Bust Of California Labor Rights Leader Cesar Chavez Takes Prominent Place In Biden’s Oval OfficeThe Oval Office décor quickly changed after President Joe Biden's inauguration on Wednesday.
California: OK To Use Moderna Vaccine After Illness ReportsCalifornia says it’s safe to resume using a batch of coronavirus vaccine after some people fell ill and a halt to injections was recommended.
California's Vaccine Hopes Pinned On Biden AdministrationCalifornia reported its second-highest number of COVID-19 deaths Wednesday but also a dip in hospitalizations below 20,000 for the first time since Dec. 27.
6 People Arrested For Allegedly Helping Inmates Escape From Merced County Jailheriff's deputies have arrested several people accused of helping six men escape from a Merced County jail. Three inmates are still on the run. 
Even With Fewer Drivers On The Road, New Report Finds Risky Driving And Fatal Crashes Surged In 2020Even though fewer people were driving during the first six months of the pandemic, riskier driving surged, leading to a troubling uptick in fatal crashes, preliminary data shows.
State Capitol Protests Over Weekend Small Compared To Heavy Police PresenceOfficials were prepared this weekend for potential unrest ahead of Inauguration Day, but the small groups of protesters that gathered at state capitols across the country were dwarfed by the heavy presence of law enforcement.
COVID-19 Variant First Found In UK Detected In Los AngelesCalifornia reported 669 COVID-19 deaths — the second-highest daily death count — on Saturday and the nation's most populous county announced it had detected its first case of a more transmissible strain of the coronavirus
California Closes In On 3 Million COVID CasesCalifornia is closing in on 3 million coronavirus cases as the state tries to smooth the rocky rollout of vaccines during a continuing spike in COVID-19 deaths.
California Reporting 525 COVID-Related Deaths Every DayMore Californians than ever are dying from the coronavirus -- a knee-buckling 525 every day — and with the number expected to keep climbing state officials said Friday they are sending more refrigerated trailers to act as makeshift morgues for overwhelmed county coroner’s offices.
California Leaders Push Vaccinations Despite Limited SupplyCalifornia's governor and the mayor of Los Angeles triumphantly touted Dodger Stadium on Friday as a new mass coronavirus vaccination site capable of administering 12,000 shots a day, despite acknowledging they had no idea how many vaccines the state can expect to get from the federal government.
California COVID-19 Benefits Fraud Could Reach $9.8 Billion -- Over Double The Original EstimatesCalifornia may have paid out nearly $10 billion in phony coronavirus unemployment claims — more than double the previous estimate — with some of that money going to organized crime in Russia, China, and other countries, according to a security firm hired to investigate the fraud.