On Thursday, Governor Gavin Newsom signed a group of bills with the goal of easing California's housing shortage. Part of the new law will allow property owners to turn land built for a single-family home into two or even four units.
San Francisco Mayor London Breed was seen without a mask at a San Francisco nightclub this week, despite the city's rule requiring a face covering in indoor settings. Breed was also defiant when talking to reporters about the disregard for the pandemic rule that she's told the public to obey.
The video shows a man leaving a parking lot near the scene of the assault in a 2001 to 2011 black Ford Ranger pickup truck with an extended cab.
California's recall election system is broke, according to state Sen. Steve Glaser and Assemblyman Marc Berman say that the attempted recall of Gov. Gavin Newsom shows the system is broken. They want to consider amending the recall process by possibly increasing the required number of petition signatures to trigger the election or introducing a runoff component to voting.
The Millbrae city council voted against a proposal that would have created a requirement to show proof of vaccination for outdoor settings.
Was the failed recall attempt worth it? Data from the state of California shows that the recall cost taxpayers $276 million.
One day after Governor Gavin Newsom beat back efforts to recall him, two Bay Area democratic lawmakers say it is time to fix what they say is a broken system.
One day after Governor Gavin Newsom beat back efforts to recall him, two Bay Area democratic lawmakers say it is time to fix what they say is a broken system. KTVU FOX 2's Rob Roth reports.
KTVU FOX 2's Greg Lee reports.
Hours after California Gov. Gavin Newsom beat back a recall election that could have removed him, his fellow Democrats in the state Legislature said Wednesday they will push for changes to make it more difficult to challenge a sitting governor.
President Joe Biden addressed the nation Wednesday to announce a new trilateral defense partnership.
Governor Gavin Newsom's triumphant recall election victory can be largely credited to Bay Area voters.
Californians voted to keep Gov. Gavin Newsom in office on Tuesday, ending a statewide recall election that saw some Republicans again float unfounded claims of voter fraud.
Republicans intended the recall to be a referendum on Democrats’ rule of California, and the homelessness, crime, high housing costs and energy problems that accompanied it. But with the help of the spreading delta variant Gov. Newsom turned it into a referendum on their opposition to precautions against the coronavirus.
KTVU Fox 2's Debora Villalon reports from Manny's in San Francisco.
See voting results from the California recall election, including state totals and the outcome in 58 individual counties.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom has ably fended off Republicans' recall attempt. He did so by changing the stakes of the contest from a referendum on his own performance and into a partisan fight over Trumpism and the coronavirus. KTVU Fox 2's Amber Lee reports from Sacramento.
The results of the election were known less than one hour after the polls closed around the state.
Governor Gavin Newsom will stay in office, as Californians have voted against recalling him.
The victory cements Newsom as a prominent figure in national Democratic politics and preserves his prospects for a future U.S. run.