Federal officials said the two inmates worked from their respective correctional facilities at Kern Valley State Prison and California Correctional Institute in coordination with someone on the outside to submit false unemployment claims.
A Change.org petition calling on Congress to send additional $2,000 monthly economic stimulus checks to U.S. families is nearing its goal of three million signatures.
More than 100 false claims to California’s Employment Development Department netted $1 million for eight people, and five of them also got more than $60,000 that they weren’t due from the Louisiana Workforce Commission, officials said.
Scammers are targeting the nearly two million Americans who are forced to wait months for a passport because of a massive backlog blamed on the coronavirus pandemic.
Study authors found that while the two-dose vaccines were 94-95% effective in preventing COVID-19 from the delta and lambda variants, the Johnson & Johnson vaccine had only 66.9% efficacy “in preventing moderate to severe disease.”
Restaurant owners said outdoor dining parklets have been a big help in recouping losses from the pandemic. With the new Delta variant spreading, there is a lot of uncertainty with indoor dining.
Diners returning to some restaurants in the Bay Area are finding a new fee on their check. Restaurant owners say they need to add the fee to stay afloat coming out of the pandemic.
With just weeks left before in-person learning resumes, the Mt. Diablo Unified School District is working to find special education teachers to fill 112 openings.
The United States set another pandemic low in this week's jobs report, showing only 360,000 first-time filers for unemployment.
It’s the largest renter assistance program in the nation, $5.2 billion will go towards helping California renters who were affected by the pandemic.
San Francisco's board of supervisors on Tuesday unanimously passed legislation for permanent public parklets for outdoor dining beyond the COVID-19 pandemic.
This last week, there was a mixed bag of job news in California well worth reporting as we continue to struggle out of the economic abyss created by the pandemic.
OAKLAND – Live music returned to the stage at Yoshi's in Oakland Friday night.
CalMatters analysis reveals where and why tenants in California are facing evictions despite the moratorium set in place.
The opening of Caltrain's new station in South San Francisco is now set for November, meaning Caltrain expects the project to finish 50% over budget and two and a half years late.
Small businesses, seem to remain hopelessly stalled. In fact, the decimation of small businesses may be the defining historical economic scar on the Golden State.
After nearly 18 months of entertaining ourselves with iPads, Televisions, Netflix and Tik-Tok, one of the oldest forms of entertainment has made a comeback in a city famous for its thought-provoking comedians.
California will ban evictions for unpaid rent through the end of September and pay off all back rent for eligible tenants under a deal announced Friday by Gov. Gavin Newsom and legislative leaders.
The Bay Bridge Series: A's versus the Giants, gets underway Friday night in San Francisco. Businesses near Oracle ballpark say they're seeing a renaissance.
It’s a controversial topic on the Peninsula: Should downtown streets remain closed for outdoor dining now that the state has fully reopened?