Californians Eager To Return To Events As Virus, Infections Rates LowStarting April 15 loyal sports fans may be able to return to a large arena to cheer on their team after California lifts its ban on live indoor events.
Southern California Man Charged With Throwing Rocks At Asian Woman, Child In CarA Southern California man has been charged with throwing rocks at an Asian woman and her 6-year-old son as they drove down the street last month, authorities said Monday.
Baseball’s Back! Opening Day Brings A's Fans Back To ColiseumAmerica’s national pastime is back after a year with no fans during the pandemic. Opening day across the country included families from our area making the trip to see the Oakland A’s home opener at the Coliseum.
Facing Another Dry Year, California To Hire 1,400 Additional FirefightersCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom on Tuesday said the state will hire nearly 1,400 additional firefighters as an unusually dry winter stokes fears of another devastating wildfire season.
Calfiornia Senators Urge US To Transition Departments To Year-Round Firefighting AgenciesCalifornia’s U.S. senators and nearly two-dozen representatives asked the Agriculture and Interior departments on Monday to transition their agencies to a year-round wildland workforce because blazes are no longer limited to traditional fire seasons.
In-Person Prison Visits Stopped Due To COVID Pandemic Will Soon ResumeCalifornia state prisons will soon resume limited in-person visits with inmates more than a year after they were halted because of the coronavirus pandemic, officials said Tuesday.
Man's Selfie Attempt With Daughter In San Diego Zoo Elephant Enclosure Nearly Gets Them KilledA selfie attempt at the San Diego Zoo nearly cost a man and his young daughter their lives.
Cal Fire Says Zogg Fire Was Caused By Tree Hitting PG&E Electrical LinesThe deadly Zogg fire that burned over 56,000 acres in Shasta County last year was sparked by PG&E transmission lines coming in contact with a tree, say officials.
California May End 'Spousal Rape' Distinction In PunishmentCalifornia would end what lawmakers called an archaic distinction between spousal rape and other forms of sexual assault under identical bills backed by proponents on Monday.
California Adopts CDC-Advised 3-Feet Social Distancing Rule For ClassroomsStudents in California classrooms can sit 3 feet apart instead of 6 under new guidelines adopted by the state as school officials figure out how to reopen campuses closed for a year during the coronavirus pandemic.
California Health Officials Reverse Ban On Cheerleaders At High School Sporting EventsCheerleaders will be allowed at outdoor sporting events, California health officials announced Friday.
Northern California Priest Who Presided Over Pres. Biden's Inauguration Under InvestigationThe Jesuit priest who presided over an inaugural Mass for President Joe Biden is under investigation for unspecified allegations and is on leave from his position as president of Santa Clara University in Northern California
Legoland To Reopen April 1After being shuttered for over a year, Legoland has become the latest Southern California theme park to announce a reopening date.
Xavier Becerra Confirmed To Head Up The Biden Administration’s Ambitious Health Agenda
Newsom Recall Faces Bureaucratic HurdlesA plodding, months-long review kicks off Wednesday to confirm what appears inevitable: California Gov. Gavin Newsom will face a recall election that could oust the Democrat before his first term ends.