California Considers Extending Eviction Moratorium Past JuneGov. Gavin Newsom said that California will pay off all past-due rent that accumulated during the coronavirus pandemic.
California Ranked Most Fun State In The NationThe Golden State has been ranked the most fun state in the nation by WalletHub, which took a look at all 50 states in two key categories – entertainment and recreation, and nightlife.
Federal Judge Overturns California's Assault Weapons BanCalifornia's three-decade-old ban on assault weapons has been declared unconstitutional.
California's Federal Fire Crews Understaffed As Much As 30% Due To Low Pay, Year-Round Wildfire SeasonThe shortage has the usual roots – federal firefighters are overworked and underpaid. Fire season in California is now a year-round, and according to Capt. Lani Brown, pay for forest service firefighters starts at $13.45 an hour – far short of California’s minimum wage of $15.
Calif. Reservoirs 50% Lower Than Normal As Drought Fears WorsenCalifornia’s more than 1,500 reservoirs are 50% lower than they should be this time of year.
29-Year-Old Isaac Bryan Sworn Into California State Assembly To Represent Westside to InglewoodEducator and community organizer Isaac Bryan has been sworn into the Assembly at the state Capitol in Sacramento after winning a special election to represent a district stretching from the Westside to Inglewood.
'Don't Kiss Or Snuggle The Birds': CDC Tracking Outbreaks Of Salmonella Linked To Backyard ChickensThe result of that pandemic trend has been 163 people have contracted salmonella from 43 states. A total of 34 people were hospitalized, but no deaths were reported.
Cal/OSHA Delays Vote On Dropping Mask, Physical Distancing Guidelines For WorkplacesCal/OSHA’s board met Thursday to weigh on a proposal to align with updated CDC guidelines that say fully vaccinated people no longer need to wear masks in most scenarios
California Will Keep Mask Mandate In Place Until June 15Currently, face coverings in California are no longer required outdoors except at crowded events and for unvaccinated people when physical distancing cannot be maintained.
Newsom Announces Plans To Provide $1.5B Boost for Small BusinessesGov. Gavin Newsom announced Thursday that he plans to use some of the $27 billion in federal coronavirus relief funding to help small business owners forced to close during the COVID-19 pandemic.
California's Mask Mandate Could End On June 15, Gov. Newsom SaysOn Wednesday, Newsom said the state may suspend the mask mandate in June as well, except for large, indoor gatherings.
Newsom Proposes $600 Stimulus Checks To Two-Thirds Of CaliforniansAs part of a $100 billion budget plan Monday, Gov. Newsom is proposing that two-thirds of Californians would receive $600 stimulus checks.
Voting Open For 54th Assembly District Special Election, Includes Culver City, Inglewood, Etc. Vote centers are open and available for the May 18 special primary election for Assembly District 54, officials said Saturday.
'A Significant Milestone': California's Population Drops For First Time In Recorded HistoryFor the first time since records have been kept, California’s year-to-year population has dropped.
Californians Must File 2020 Taxes In Order To Receive Golden State Stimulus Payment Of Up To $1,200The Golden State Stimulus payment is aimed at supporting low-income Californians and helping those who have suffered a hardship due to the COVID-19 pandemic. These payments will not be scheduled until each 2020 tax return is processed.