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.
California officials said the person is a resident of Solano County, northeast of San Francisco, and is getting medical care in Sacramento County.
California State Senator Scott Wiener has introduced legislation that would provide financial rewards to meth addicts who stop using drugs.
An Elk Grove police officer is credited for saving the life of a driver who was trapped in a burning car.
The FBI is searching for a child predator wanted for allegedly sexually abusing a young girl in Sacramento County, authorities said.
There will be a live stream of the event from the California Museum Website and their YouTube channel at 7 p.m. for the "Spirit of California" ceremony
The derailment happened around 12:15 p.m. Friday, and the cause of the derailment is under investigation.
The parts makers suppressed competition by conspiring to fix prices in automobile manufacturers' requests for bids, Becerra said.
Newsom's executive order helps displaced residents with housing needs by facilitating manufactured homes and mobile home parks, and waiving fees to replace driver's licenses and birth certificates of residents affected by the fires.
PG&E CEO Bill Johnson and other officials from PG&E testified before the State Senate energy, utilities and communications committee. The bankrupty utility responding to questions about the protocol, response and future of public safety power shutoffs.
Twenty-one-year-old Lucas Julian Nelson was arrested for investigation of driving under the influence with great bodily injury. He is being held on $50,000 bail.
California Governor Gavin Newsom signed three new laws aimed at preventing bullying and suicides as a rash of school bullying incidents have been reported across the state in recent weeks.
The state's largest operator of centers where the public can redeem the deposits on cans and bottles closed all its locations and dismissed off more than 700 workers in August.
California will ban the sale and manufacture of new fur products starting in 2023
California’s governor has signed into law a bill that guarantees all students a state-funded meal of their choice, even if their parent or guardian has unpaid meal fees.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California will be the first state to ban the sale and manufacture of new fur products and the third to bar most animals from circus performances under a pair of bills signed Saturday by Gov. Gavin Newsom.
It doesn't apply to used fur products or fur used for religious or tribal purposes. And it excludes the sale of leather, cowhides, deer, sheep and goat skin and anything preserved through taxidermy.
Governor Gavin Newsom is at the California State Operations Center and is providing an update into the Public Safety Power Shutdown.