Bill Passed By California State Senate Would Force Gender Neutral Displays For Child Products In Big StoresThe bill would only apply to department stores with 500 or more employees, so most small businesses would be exempt. It also wouldn't apply to clothes, just toys and “childcare items,” which include hygiene and teething products.
New CBS News Poll Shows Tight Race In California Recall ElectionWith less than one month until the recall election, a new CBS News poll shows how Californians are feeling about the effort to oust Gov. Gavin Newsom and the pandemic.
California Approves First State-Funded Guaranteed Income PlanCalifornia lawmakers on Thursday approved the first state-funded guaranteed income plan in the U.S., $35 million for monthly cash payments to qualifying pregnant people and young adults who recently left foster care with no restrictions on how they spend it.
Southwest Airlines Attendant Assaulted By Unruly Passenger On Flight From Sacramento to San DiegoA female passenger on a Southwest flight from Sacramento to San Diego attacked a flight attendant, knocking out two of her teeth and bloodying her face.
Sacramento Surgeon Under Fire For Making Virtual Court Appearance While Operating On PatientA Sacramento surgeon is under investigation for attending virtual traffic court while operating on a patient.
California Honors Filipino Farm Workers Labor Movement On 'Larry Itliong Day'Itliong was a leader in the Filipino-American community of “manongs” – a Tagalog term for elders who became integral to the farm labor movement.
Joseph James DeAngelo Pleads Guilty To 13 Murders And Nearly 150 Crimes Linked To Golden State Killer, East Area RapistJoseph DeAngelo's victims and their families will get a chance to speak in court when DeAngelo is sentenced in mid-August.
Woman Arrested Friday After Allegedly Throwing Red Liquid On State Senators, Claiming It Was Her BloodA woman was arrested in the state capitol Friday after throwing a red liquid on the senators below — claiming it was her own blood.
California Files Suit Against Trump Administration's 'Public Charge' RuleCalifornia and several other states are fighting the Trump Administration's new immigration rule that would block people from being able to obtain green cards if they use Medicaid, food stamps or other public assistance programs.
'No Regrets': 100-Year-Old WWII Vet Embarks On National TourA 100-year-old World War II veteran from Rancho Bernardo is determined to complete one final mission — keeping the memory of his fallen brothers and sisters alive.
Suspect In Murder Of Sacramento Police Officer SurrendersA man suspected of shooting and killing 26-year-old Sacramento police officer Tara O’Sullivan Wednesday has surrendered to authorities.
Gov. Newsom Offers $144B Budget, Sees Big SurplusCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom proposed a $144 billion general fund budget on Thursday that's up 4 percent from the current year and predicted a $21.4 billion surplus from robust tax collections and slower growth of state health care costs.
California Democrats Thank Trump For Legislative MajoritiesCalifornia lawmakers begin their new legislative session Monday with crushing Democratic supermajorities in both chambers to go with their sweep of all statewide offices.
4 Teens Arrested After Robbing Boy Of Shoes, Phone During Violent AttackA group of teens are in custody following a brutal attack of a 12-year-old boy that was caught on camera.
Want A Straw With Your Drink? You'll Have To Ask For One Under New LawA new law signed Thursday makes California the first state to bar some restaurants from automatically giving out single-use plastic straws.