Cruz Reynoso, First Latino California Supreme Court Justice, Dies at 90Cruz Reynoso, a son of migrant workers who worked in the fields as a child and went on to become the first Latino state Supreme Court justice in California history, has died. He was 90.
In Likely Newsom Recall, Energizing Latino Voters Is KeyWith a special election on whether to keep or replace Newsom now a near certainty for the fall, Latino advocates say their communities will be looking for engagement and a more robust policy response to address the effects of the pandemic.
San Francisco Bay Area Latino Voters' Main Concerns: COVID-19, Healthcare, EconomyWhether it's Democratic Presidential candidate Joe Biden playing the popular song "Despacito" at a rally or President Donald Trump posing with Goya Bean products, these simple attempts at appealing to Latinx voters don't work. The powerful voting bloc needs more.
Sonoma County Officials Determined To Get Out Of Most-Restrictive COVID-19 Purple TierSonoma County officials acknowledge they are the last Bay Area county in the purple tier, at the bottom rung of California’s color-coded reopening system, and say they are determined to work their way forward.
Lower Infection Rates Seen In Mission District After Rapid COVID-19 Testing StudyWe have been told the key to fighting the pandemic is testing, testing, testing. And now, researchers in San Francisco have discovered the most effective testing may be faster, easier and less expensive.
San Francisco Allocates $28.5 Million To Help Latino Residents Deal With The COVID-19 PandemicSan Francisco’s Latino community continues to disproportionately bear the brunt of COVID-19, but that could soon change. The mayor’s office announced on Thursday a $28.5 million boost to be allocated to the city’s Latino community to combat the virus.
Santa Cruz County Reports 8th COVID-19 Death, Most New Cases In South CountyThe Santa Cruz County Public Health Division announced Wednesday the eighth COVID-19-related death in the county.
Analysis Shows Santa Clara County COVID-19 Cases Concentrated In Poor San Jose Zip CodesThe toll from the coronavirus in Santa Clara County is hitting neighborhoods largely populated by low-income people of color harder than anyone else, according to a new study.
Looming ICE Raids Instill Fear in South Bay Latino CommunityThe threat of ICE raids and mass deportations is creating fear in San Jose's Latino community
Wells Fargo Accused Of Preying On Black, Latino Homebuyers In CaliforniaThe city of Sacramento accused Wells Fargo of a "long-standing pattern and practice" of illegal lending in minority and low-income communities that reduced home values, limited property tax revenue and drove up foreclosures.
Man Faces Hate Crime Charges After Allegedly Attacking Latino In Redwood CityA man is facing hate crime charges after he allegedly yelled racial insults at one Latino and punched another Latino in Redwood City.
Berkeley's First Latino Mayor-Elect Is Also Its Youngest EverAt 32, Jesse Arreguin becomes the youngest and the first Latino Mayor-elect in Berkeley.
Latinos Voting Early In California In Big NumbersWith early voting underway across America, two things are becoming clear - a surge of Latino voters is showing up at the polls - and it could help shape the outcome of the election.
Arrest Of San Jose Latino Civic Leader Outside Target Store Prompts BacklashThe Latino community in San Jose is putting up a fight against a Target store after a prominent member was arrested outside the store for taking voter registrations.
It's Official: Latinos Are The Majority In CaliforniaThe long-expected moment when Latinos surpassed non-Hispanic whites as California's largest racial or ethnic group has come and gone.