UC Berkeley Study Finds Ways to Avoid Wildfire ParticulatesCalifornia residents can cut the particulate matter in their homes in half during wildfire season by closing windows, using air filtration systems and cooking less, a University of California at Berkeley study found.
California Residents Give Opinions in CBS Poll on Housing, Life in StateCBS has commissioned a poll of 1,800 Californians to find out what they think on a number of issues, including their feelings about the Golden State itself.
Newsom's School Vaccination Mandate Could Impact Looming Recall ElectionGovernor Gavin Newsom's Wednesday announcement on a statewide teacher vaccination policy was major news for educators and parents. It also resolved a potential political problem just as recall instructions are heading to voters.
Leaking Barrels Containing DDT Dumped Off California Coast Killing Sea LionsJust 10 miles off the coast of Los Angeles lurks an environmental disaster over 70 years in the making, which few have ever heard about.
UPDATE: GOP Challenger Emerges As Recall Effort Against Gov. Newsom GrowsThe effort to recall California's Democratic Governor Gavin Newsom is growing, and his allies and Democrats are taking notice. Now, a serious GOP challenger has emerged.
COVID Politics: California Democrats Starting To Take Gov. Newsom Recall Effort SeriouslyA petition to recall Governor Gavin Newsom is gaining traction with nearly a million signatures already received. And it appears state Democrats are beginning to take it seriously.
COVID Economy: Newsom Announces $4 Billion Economic Recovery Plan For CaliforniaCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom on Tuesday proposed a $4 billion spending plan he says will create jobs and help small businesses recover from the economic downturn brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.
COVID Restrictions: Campaign To Recall Newsom Ramps Up In Light Of Impending Stay-At-Home OrderCalifornia's looming COVID-19 restrictions based on regional intensive care unit capacities are reigniting an effort to recall Governor Gavin Newsom.
Coronavirus Death Toll Passes 15,000 in California; Nearly 200,000 NationwideCalifornia’s death count from the coronavirus surpassed 15,000 on Sunday even as the state saw widespread improvement in infection levels.
PG&E Taking Part In 'Power Of Being Prepared' Awareness Campaign On Power Shutoffs During High-Fire ThreatsThree large utility companies are coordinating a “Power of Being Prepared” media campaign to inform residents about public safety power shutoffs during very high or extreme fire threats.
Wet Winter Could Lead To More Earthquakes, UC Berkeley Researchers ClaimThe snow is finally starting to melt after a long wet winter, and according to researchers, that could mean more earthquakes.
California's 3 Major Utilities Spent $1.3M On Lobbying In 1st 3 Months Of 2019California's three major utilities spent at least $1.3 million to lobby state government in the first three months of 2019.