California's Latino caucus is urging Gov. Newsom to include the state's farmworkers in the first prioritized phase of the COVID vaccine process when it becomes available.
Travel agents say they've been trying to handle all the requests to change or cancel plans due to pandemic travel restrictions.
In Santa Cruz County, public health officials say a large gathering may be to blame for a COVID outbreak amongst correctional officers.
Governor Newsom said help is on the way in the form of vaccines and announced a distribution plan that priorities frontline workers.
The stay-at-home mandate covers regions where the ICU capacity drops below 15%.
Greg Lee reports on the announcement from Gov. Gavin Newsom on Thursday, December 3, 2020.
The update was held at 12:30 p.m. on Thursday, December 3, 2020.
Gov. Gavin Newsom — who is staying at home after three of his children were exposed to the virus — warned this week that he would take “drastic action” if the numbers didn’t improve.
New cases have exploded in recent weeks to the point that the state is averaging 15,000 new cases a day and the infection rate has more than doubled.
Lauren said "I do" from a second-story window while Patrick stood on the ground below.
The California Department of Public Health sent hospitals a letter last week that “strongly recommends” they test their employees at least once a week.
This is the first suit in the nation against a state for failure to meet the educational needs of students and teachers during the pandemic.
Broken thermometers, no mask mandates, a lack of training and lax screenings may have contributed to COVID-19 outbreaks at several California prisons.
California has had nearly 1.2 million confirmed cases since the pandemic began, with 19,121 virus-related deaths.
Pacific Coast Manor said Thursday that 48 residents and 34 staff members have tested positive for the coronavirus since the pandemic began in March.
A basketball tournament in Placer County has been connected to more than 30 COVID-19 cases.
To the alarm of school district officials, immunization rates have plummeted in California during the pandemic
Why are people leaving California?
The seven-day average of positive tests has gone from 5.3% to 6.5% in the past week.
With California desperately battling an out-of-control coronavirus surge, the state’s health secretary is urging families to avoid gathering for Thanksgiving and Los Angeles County appeared on the brink of issuing a stay-home order to prevent hospitals from being overwhelmed.