Report: Windows Broken At Gov. Newsom's Family-Owned Wine Shop In San FranciscoJust days after Governor Newsom reauthorized the Organized Retail Task Force to combat brazen retail thefts, his family-owned wine shop in San Francisco appears to have been targeted by thieves, according to a report.
COVID: San Francisco's City Employee Vaccine Mandate Is Not A First In AmericaSan Francisco will become the first city in California to require new employees be vaccinated. The rule takes effect on Wednesday, and while not everyone agrees with the mandate, this isn't the first time American workers have been told to get a vaccine.
CoCo County Supes Lift Hemp Moratorium, Leave Ban On Vaping Sales In PlaceThe Contra Costa County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday lifted its moratorium on industrial hemp cultivation. The county’s ban on the sale and delivery of electronic smoking devices and cannabis e-liquids will remain in place.
Recall Election: Republican Candidate Faulconer Slams Newsom on CrimeWith the date of the election where voters will decide whether to recall Governor Gavin Newsom less than two months away, one of the leading Republican candidates brought his campaign to San Francisco Tuesday.
Bureau Of Land Management Tightens Protections Against Illegal Resale Of Wild Horses; Advocates SkepticalU.S. officials who are trying to adopt out wild horses captured on public land say they are tightening protections to guard against the illegal resale of the animals for slaughter, but advocates say the government needs to do more, including ending incentive payments for adoptions.
San Francisco Asks CPUC To Put Price Tag On PG&E’s InfrastructureAs San Francisco continues its effort to buy PG&E's electric facilities and transition the city to public power, city officials said on Tuesday they've asked the California Public Utilities Commission to determine the value of PG&E's local electric infrastructure.
COVID: Newsom Pulls Kids From Summer Camp; No Mask RequirementGov. Gavin Newsom’s office said Tuesday he pulled his children out of a summer day camp that did not require kids to wear masks, a violation of state policy that Newsom’s spokeswoman said he and his wife missed when reviewing communication from the camp.
COVID: Contra Costa Cases Surge; Outbreak at Detention Facilities Expected to GrowCOVID-19 is resurging in Contra Costa County thanks to the Delta variant, with an outbreak at a county detention facility and about 20 percent of the county's population over 12 remaining unvaccinated, according to officials.
Sunnyvale City Council Could Declare Water Shortage EmergencyThe Sunnyvale City Council plans to consider joining a long list of local governments this week in declaring a water shortage emergency.
Monterey Public Library Reopening This WeekMonterey Public Library expects to open up this Tuesday for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic prompted the closure of city facilities in March 2020.
Update: Former California Senator Barbara Boxer Assaulted, Robbed In Oakland's Jack London DistrictFormer California Senator Barbara Boxer was assaulted and robbed near Oakland's Jack London Square Monday, according to a post on Boxer's Twitter page.
COVID Vaccine: Sonoma County Offers Free One-Day Admission to Summer Fun Fest After VaccinationHoping to increase vaccination rates in the area, Sonoma County is offering COVID-19 vaccines during the county’s Summer Fun Fest, which starts Wednesday.
CA Supreme Court Ruling Gives Prisoners Right To A Lawyer In Some Murder Conviction ChallengesCalifornia prisoners are entitled to a lawyer when they challenge their murder convictions for killings that others committed, the state Supreme Court ruled Monday.
COVID: Marjorie Taylor Greene Lashes Out at Newsom on Twitter After Anti-Vax CriticismGeorgia congresswoman Rep. Marjorie Taylor Greene attacked California Gov. Gavin Newsom on social media Monday after Newsom singled her out for promoting COVID vaccine disinformation during a press event.
DACA Program Rally In San Jose; 'I’m Tired Of People In Power Not Seeing Us As Humans'Dozens of activists, residents and lawmakers rallied in front of San Jose City Hall Sunday afternoon, defending the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, commonly referred to as DACA.