The state is overwhelmingly Democratic and Newsom is widely expected to prevail.
California lawmakers move forward a last-minute deal extending eviction protections through Sept. 30.
The state’s large tourism industry is hoping for a major comeback. Chief among the cheerleaders, of course, has been Gov. Gavin Newsom.
As California set to return to “business as usual,” local residents were all over the map as far as how they said...
County moves to Yellow Tier reopenings; plus the latest updates on the Covid-19 pandemic
When and how in-person meetings will resume still to be determined
County will see more reopenings starting May 19
Still unclear if state will also update its mask policies
County, local activists seek to combat false claims about the vaccine on social media
Lawmakers expressed uncertainty that there would be another extension
Reopening will be contingent on hospitalization rates and vaccine supply
Not even 3% of units permitted so far are considered affordable by state’s guidelines
Bonta developed a record as one of the Assembly’s most liberal members
More than three-fourths of county’s older adults have received first vaccine dose
Plan aimed at prioritizing disadvantaged and Latinx communities
Nearly half of vaccines must go to disadvantaged communities
County also switches to new My Turn system for vaccination appointments
Blue Shield is taking over distribution of vaccines in California
Californians with high-risk medical conditions will qualify for Covid-19 vaccines starting March 15
Health officials warn of predicted surge in Covid-19 cases next month
Waiver process requires buy-in from the district’s board of trustees, parents, labor groups
California is not the only state struggling
Beauty-industry workers say they’ve been unfairly targeted during Covid-19 shutdowns
After that large group is vaccinated, next priority group will be based on age
People can now register for Covid-19 vaccine info
California is home to largest population of farmworkers in the country
Plan raises concern among some local school officials
State has a $15 billion budget surplus
Officials are recruiting dentists and other health professionals to become vaccinators
Newsom also proposes extending eviction moratorium, set to expire Jan. 31