California Officials Make Appeal To Newsom For Asian Attorney GeneralElected officials from California's Asian and Pacific Islander communities urged Gov. Gavin Newsom on Wednesday to appoint an attorney general of Asian descent, saying it's critical to have a top law enforcement official who understands and will combat anti-Asian violence.
Police Step Up Investigation Into Assault on Asian American Seniors in Oakland ChinatownOakland police said Thursday they are searching for the suspect who was caught on camera forcefully pushing down a 91-year-old man in Chinatown and victimizing two others
Oakland Unified School District Apologizes For Racist Term Used In Survey Sent To FamiliesOfficials with the Oakland Unified School District apologized Thursday for a racist term that was included in a survey sent out to families about returning to in-person learning. 
800+ Hate Crimes Against Asians in California Reported in Past 3 MonthsMore than 800 anti-Asian American hate incidents related to COVID-19 were reported across in California over the three months between March and June, according to advocacy groups that compile the data.
Misguided Virus Fears Hitting Asian American Businesses In Bay Area, NationIn major U.S. cities, Asian American businesses are seeing a remarkable decline in customers as fear about the viral outbreak from China spreads.
San Francisco To Swear In Paul Miyamoto As California's First Asian-American SheriffThe state of California's first Asian-American sheriff will be sworn in on Wednesday in San Francisco.
First-Of-Its-Kind Makeup Startup Created For Asian AmericansOrcé Cosmetics is a first-of-its kind makeup startup that's made for Asian Americans and wants to help shatter the narrow standards of beauty within Asian culture.
Santa Clara Splits Districts After Lawsuit Proves At-Large Voting Hurt Asian CandidatesDuring this November's election, Santa Clara residents will instead vote on only one city councilmember based on their address.
Lawsuit: Harvard Ranks Asian-Americans Lower On Personality TraitsA group that claims Harvard puts quotas on Asian-American applicants contends the university scores them higher than students of other races on academics and extracurricular activities but ranks them lowest in a "personal" category.
SJSU And USF Study Finds Asian-American Characters 'Tokens' On TVTV's Asian-American characters are so frequently slighted that even programs set in the biggest, most diverse cities leave them out of the picture, a new study found.
Actor Steps Down From Role Over 'WhiteWashing' OutcrySkrein announced he was stepping aside from a role in the upcoming "Hellboy" reboot after the fillmakers were accused of whitewashing.