Newsom, Schaaf, OPD Reject Trump's Call To Send Federal Law Enforcement To OaklandCalifornia Governor Gavin Newsom, Oakland Mayor Libby Schaaf and the Oakland Police Department on Monday both rejected a call by President Trump to possibly send Department of Homeland Security officers to the East Bay city.
Gov. Newsom Announces Hair Salons, Nail Salons, Barbershops Can Reopen By Working OutdoorsGov. Gavin Newsom announced new guidelines on personal care services that will allow for nail salons, hair salons, barbershops to reopen their services by moving outdoors.
Salon Owners Seek Permission To Operate Outdoors To Salvage Struggling BusinessesHair salons and barbershops are asking Governor Gavin Newsom to ease state restrictions that would allow them to style and cut people's hair outside.
Gov. Newsom Orders All Bars, Indoor Dining Closed; Gyms, Churches, Salons Closed In Most Of CaliforniaCalifornia Governor Gavin Newsom on Monday major rollbacks of the state's reopening plans as the coronavirus outbreak worsens in the state, extending the closure of bars and indoor dining statewide and ordering gyms, churches and salons to be shuttered in counties on the state's watch list.
3 More San Quentin Inmates Die Over Weekend Of COVID ComplicationsThree more inmates at San Quentin State prison died over the weekend from what appear to be complications related to COVID-19, according to the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation.
San Quentin COVID-19 Outbreak Continues To Grow; More Than 1,600 Active Cases Among Inmates, StaffThe COVID-19 outbreak at San Quentin State Prison continued to escalate Sunday with more than 1,600 active cases among inmates and staff.
Thousands Of California Prison Inmates Set To Be Released Because Of COVID-19 OutbreaksCalifornia Governor Gavin Newsom is expected to announce the release of thousands of prison inmates in a move prompted by a worsening coronavirus outbreak at San Quentin State Prison and a number of other prison facilities.
San Quentin Inmate Family Members Urge Action By Newsom As Prison COVID-19 Outbreak GrowsDemonstrators gathered at San Quentin State Prison Thursday as the worsening coronavirus outbreak tallied still more infections. More than 1,300 inmates, about 40 percent of the entire population, have tested positive for COVID-19. Seven condemned inmates have died. 
Coronavirus Pandemic Impacting Cal Fire Wildfire Preparedness As Peak Fire Season ArrivesGovernor Gavin Newsom acknowledged impacts of the coronavirus pandemic on California's wildfire preparedness efforts during his press briefing on Thursday but sought to allay concerns as the state begins to reach peak fire season.
Santa Clara Co. Restaurants On Edge After Mixed Messages On Outdoor DiningThere is growing confusion and fear among restaurant owners in the Southbay who are caught in a battle between the state and the county over outdoor dining.
'Wear A Mask, Slow The Spread'; California Launches Major Public Awareness Campaign On MasksCalifornia is launching a multi-million dollar public awareness campaign in several languages to encourage people about the importance of wearing masks to slow the spread of coronavirus.