Video Visitation Between Inmates, Families Start This Weekend At 5 California PrisonsBecause in-person visitation is still considered too risky, video visitation will begin the weekend of Nov. 28 and 29 at the California Institution for Men, Central California Women’s Facility, and San Quentin, Mule Creek and Valley state prisons.
Calif. Tightens Mask Mandate Amid Surge In COVID-19 CasesThe revised guidance issued Monday states that residents "must wear face coverings when they are outside the home," unless they are more than six feet away from other people.
'You Can Do That In Glendale': California Lawmakers Under Fire For Attending Conference On MauiSome California assembly members faced criticism Tuesday for attending a four-day conference at a luxury hotel on Maui as the state urged residents to avoid non-essential out-of-state travel due to rising COVID-19 numbers.
All Eyes On California As Newsom Prepares To Fill Senate Seat, Biden Chooses Cabinet
Newsom Expected To Unveil Theme Park Reopening Guidelines TuesdayWhile it's unclear what the reopening guidelines might entail, Gov. Gavin Newsom said that Disneyland and Universal Studios would have very different reopening plans than the state's smaller theme parks.
Newsom: Potential COVID Vaccines To Be Reviewed By State Panel; ‘We Will Not Take Someone’s Word For It’Preparing for the next step in the battle with COVID-19, Governor Gavin Newson Monday unveiled the framework for a massive statewide vaccine distribution network.
Californians Urged To Drop, Cover And Hold During Great Shakeout Earthquake Drill From HomePeople with the MyShake earthquake warning app will get a test warning, and students in distance learning classes will also be encouraged to take part in the virtual drill, which will also be streamed live on Facebook.
California Rules On Large Gatherings: Limit To Three Families, Two Hours Or Less, No SingingNew social distancing guidelines released by the state of California are prohibiting gatherings that include more than three households at any time.
Newsom Nominates First Openly Gay Justice To California Supreme CourtFormer NFL player turned civil rights attorney Martin Jenkins has been nominated to the California Supreme Court by Gov. Gavin Newsom.
Early Voting Begins In California, Mail-In Ballots To Arrive In Mailboxes This WeekBecause of the pandemic, all Californians will receive a vote-by-mail ballot, and state and county officials are urging voters to return them early.
Trump Expected To Make Rare LA Area VisitPresident Donald Trump is expected to make a rare visit to the Los Angeles area next week in support of his re-election campaign.
New California Law Makes It A Misdemeanor To Spread Misinformation About Voting By MailThe new law makes it a misdemeanor to intentionally mislead a voter about their right to apply for, receive and return a vote-by-mail ballot.
Newsom Signs Bill Extending Paid Family Leave To 6 Million More CaliforniansThe legislation signed Thursday will expand the job-protected family leave to nearly 6 million more Californians and ensure that workers affected by COVID-19 have time to take care of themselves or a sick family member.
California Bill Would Allow DUI Charges To Be DismissedAB 3234 would allow charges to be dismissed after completion of the program, erasing criminal behavior from the record, lawyers say.
Forest Service Closes All 18 National Forests In California Due To 'Unprecedented And Historic Fire Conditions'All of California’s 18 national forests have been closed due to the “unprecedented and historic fire conditions” across the state, the U.S. Forest Service announced Wednesday.