Earlier in the week, she'd campaigned before supporters in Minnesota, California and Connecticut, and she was greeting Missouri donors next.
The delay further complicates a legislative session that's already been put off twice because of the virus.
Tearful family members of people killed by Joseph DeAngelo assailed him Thursday for stealing away their loved ones as he escalated his attacks from burglaries and rapes to a series of horrific murders that terrorized California four decades ago.
Gov. Gavin Newsom held the press conference at noon on Friday, July 24, 2020.
Sheriff's deputies seized nearly 2,000 catalytic converters and recovered about $300,000 in cash at an unidentified location.
Pastor Greg Fairrington, leader of 3,500-members Destiny Christian Church outside of Sacramento, said he plans to continue holding in-person services despite Newsom's second shutdown announced Monday.
Crews carried out a statue of Christopher Columbus from the center of the California Capitol rotunda on Tuesday, three weeks after legislative leaders announced it would be removed.
Joseph DeAngelo is expected to plead guilty for 13 murders and 13 kidnapping-related charges that stem from the so-called Golden State Killer crimes.
KTVU Legal Analyst Michael Cardoza breaks down this major plea deal.
Sacramento Kings play-by-play announcer and KHTK radio host Grant Napear has been placed on leave by KHTK for comments made by Twitter.
The rally to demand that Gov. Gavin Newsom lift his restrictions on business, religious gatherings and other activities took on the atmosphere of a political rally and festival on a closed-off street.
“I just couldn’t be more proud of you and the prospects of your presidency,” Newsom told Biden.
The demonstrators are part of a group called, "Re-Open California" that is calling for Gov. Gavin Newsom to end the lockdown, KRCA reports.
Phillip Lee Wilson, 71, was being held in Sacramento County jail without bail on suspicion of killing Robin Gisela Brooks, who was 20 years old when she was stabbed to death in her Rosemont apartment on April 24, 1980.
"The grocery lines are also the front lines in this pandemic," said Gov. Gavin Newsom during a Thursday afternoon briefing on COVID-19.
Gov. Newsom made the announcements at noon on Thursday, April 9, 2020.
As of Saturday, Newsom said 126,700 California residents have been able to test for the virus, a number which he considers "low," and is something the governor takes full responsibility for.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom deployed the National Guard on Friday to assist with food bank distribution for those whose needs were not being met as the coronavirus pandemic affects residents.
Tom Vacar reports on Gov. Gavin Newsom's response to coronavirus announced Wednesday.
A woman in her 90s is the third person to die in California from COVID-19. She was a resident at a Sacramento County assisted living facility.