California Secretary of State: Recall Vote Will Be Fair and SecureAs we learned from past elections, there's a good chance there will be claims of voter fraud or ballot tampering, and California's top election official is confident the state's upcoming recall election is secure.
California Passes Strict Recycling Rules Limiting What Can Be Labeled As RecyclableCalifornia lawmakers have approved what advocacy groups say are the nation’s strongest protections against falsely labeling items as recyclable when they in fact are destined for landfills.
Bill Mandating Free Menstrual Products In California Schools Heads to Gov. Newsom's DeskCalifornia public schools and colleges would have to stock their restrooms with free menstrual products under legislation sent Thursday to Gov. Gavin Newsom as women’s rights advocates push nationwide for affordable access to pads, tampons and other items.
UPDATE: Flex Alert Extended Into Thursday Due to Hot Weather Across CaliforniaThe Flex Alert that went into effect Wednesday afternoon due to hot weather and anticipated high energy demand across the state has been extended into Thursday, according to officials.
Hot Weather Prompts State ISO To Issue Flex Alert For WednesdayHot weather and high energy demand in California has prompted a statewide Flex Alert for Wednesday evening, according to officials.
RECALL: Newsom, Challengers Spend Labor Day Holiday Working The Campaign TrailWith 8 days left in the recall election, there was no holiday for those fighting to be the governor of California. Gov, Newsom and several of his key opponents spent Labor Day making their pitch to voters.
Newsom Campaign Sees Encouraging Signs Days Before Recall VoteThere were encouraging signs on two fronts for Governor Gavin Newsom’s campaign with less than two weeks to go before the recall election.
COVID: Newsom Touts State Vaccination Rate in Oakland, Encourages More to Get VaccinatedCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom on Tuesday visited Oakland and encouraged more residents to get vaccinated against COVID-19.
Bill Allowing ADUs To Bypass Local Zoning Ordinances Passes In California SenateSpurred by an affordable housing shortage, spiking home prices and intractable homelessness, California lawmakers on Thursday advanced the second of two measures designed to cut through local zoning ordinances.
Salmonella Outbreak Linked To Italian-Style Antipasto MeatsAn outbreak of salmonella has been linked to pre-packaged, Italian-style meats sold nationwide, with several dozen people getting sick, including seven cases in California.
COVID: California to Begin Distributing Second Stimulus PaymentsOfficials with the California Franchise Tax Board have launched a section of the agency's website providing information for the upcoming Golden State Stimulus II payment for qualifying residents next month.