The First Wave Isn't Over: Gov. Newsom Says Everyone Needs To Wear A Face MaskGov. Gavin Newsom says it's more important now than ever for everyone to wear face masks.
California Sets In-Person Voting Rules Under Virus ThreatGov. Gavin Newsom announced Wednesday that California will establish hundreds of locations around the state where voters can cast ballots in-person, a month after he decided to send every registered voter a mail-in ballot for the November election.
Sacramento Churches Prepare Safety Guidelines For ReopeningReligious services have become the latest flashpoint in the push to reopen.
Sacramento Gym Owner Loses Lawsuit Against GovernorA local gym owner is on the losing end of a court battle over reopening his doors.
DOJ To Governor Newsom: Closing Churches Violates Religious FreedomThe Department of Justice sent a letter to Governor Newsom, telling him to open up places of worship now.
Feds Says California Order Discriminates Against ChurchesThe head of the federal Justice Department’s Civil Rights Division told Gov. Gavin Newsom Tuesday that his plan to reopen California discriminates against churches.
Back-To-School Could Be Delayed By California Budget CutsThe deep financial hole brought on by the coronavirus is striking home for California schools after Gov. Gavin Newsom released a dramatically revised state budget plan.
Financial Expert: Painful Cuts To California Budget Resemble Depression-Era NumbersGovernor Newsom announced billions in budget cuts Thursday in an effort to tackle a $54 billion deficit in the state budget.
Newsom: As California Reopens, Best To Stay Close To HomeCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom warned Wednesday it will “defeat the point” of letting some counties reopen more quickly than the state if they start attracting visitors from other areas with more restrictive measures still in place.
El Dorado County Businesses Prepared For Governor To Ease RestrictionsIt’s been months since anyone’s had a good sit-down meal inside of Chando’s Cantina in El Dorado Hills and they’re hoping the governor will change that.
California Counties Push To Reopen Ahead Of State GuidelinesMore than two dozen California counties have asked for permission to loosen their stay-at-home plans beyond what the state allows, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Monday, promising a speedy review as more than 4.5 million people have filed for unemployment benefits in a coronavirus-induced economic downturn.
A Battle For Independence: Counties Test Limits Of Shelter-In-Place OrderA battle for independence is brewing as the latest fight on the front lines turns inward.
Viral Sleuths Needed to Track California Coronavirus CasesCalifornia's ambitious plan to double the current number of coronavirus tests is being paired with a massive campaign to track down every person who may become infected by each new person who tests positive for the virus.
State Releases List Of Outdoor Activities Permitted During Stay Home OrderAs the statewide shutdown continues with no end in sight, Californians are still allowed to go outside and get some fresh air.
Northern California County Is 1st To Ease Stay-Home OrdersSparsely populated Modoc County in California's northeast corner plans to allow the reopening of its schools, hair salons, churches, restaurants and the county’s only movie theater Friday, becoming the first county in the state to ease out of stay-at-home orders and flout the governor's mandate.