California's COVID anti-eviction moratorium ends on June 30. Experts say, 900,000 California households, up to 15% of renters, are behind on their rent each owing about $8,000, according to the Federal Reserve.
This is a game changer for hundreds of thousands of underserved Californians to get better health outcomes, nearly for free.
Assemblymember David Chiu says right now billions of dollars are still available to make sure that landlords get paid and renters can remain where they are.
The weekend after Tuesday June 15, the day the state officially reopened, was filled with busy streets, businesses regaining customers, and a glimpse of what life was like pre-pandemic.
The state’s public health and technology departments said the tool will allow Californians to access their record from the state’s immunization registry.
Fully vaccinated employees will not need to wear masks, except in locations like mass transit and classrooms where they are required for everyone, or in the event of outbreaks.
California regulators are set to approve revised worksite pandemic rules that allow fully vaccinated employees the same freedoms as when they are off the job.
San Francisco city leaders said they are eager to get the city back rolling after a 15-month shutdown.
June 15 is just about here. What does that mean for reopening California's economy and will we be wearing masks?
The vacation prize and a jackpot drawing are among the efforts to boost vax levels.
Disneyland will no longer require masks for fully vaccinated guests beginning on June 15, resort officials announced Monday.
Although the vast majority of COVID-19 restrictions will be lifted Tuesday, Gov. Gavin Newsom warned Monday the virus is still active, and mask-wearing will continue to be a reality for non-vaccinated residents, at businesses that require them or for people who simply feel safer wearing them.
The state's official opening day, Tuesday June 15, is just around the corner. On Saturday, some attractions opened for the first time in a year and Bay Area residents were out enjoying getting closer to a sense of normalcy.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed an executive order that will lift most of the state's coronavirus rules.
California's workplace regulators have reversed themselves for the second time in a week. They withdrew a controversial masking regulation late Wednesday.
This means that fully vaccinated people can ditch their face masks in most situations, but there are some exceptions.
The board’s decision to adopt rules that are stricter than the pending state guidelines has put Gov. Gavin Newsom in an awkward position as the state nears what he promised would be a full reopening.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom said Friday he will not lift a state of emergency that gives him broad powers to impose or suspend rules involving the coronavirus.
California is one of several states trying to incentivize people still reluctant to get the COVID vaccine - with money.
The Office of Inspector General found that guards at one Northern California prison, which they wouldn't name, "conducted a woefully inadequate and biased inquiry and made incorrect findings," after an incarcerated person complained about 20 times that he saw various guards not wearing masks.