Lawmakers Pass Sweeping Gun Control Safety Laws In San JoseLawmakers passed sweeping gun control measures in San Jose which include forcing gun owners to cover the cost of gun violence. Betty Yu explains the implications.
Bay Area Lawmaker's Proposal To Decriminalize Psychedelics Gains MomentumA bill that would decriminalize the personal possession of several psychedelic drugs begins winding its way through the California State Assembly this week. Kiet Do reports. (6/28/21)
Legislators Push For $20 Million To Help Families of VTA Shooting VictimsJustin Andrews reports on additional state funds being requested to help victims' families and survivors of San Jose VTA mass shooting (6-28-2021)
Raw Video: California AB Bonta Announces States With Anti-LGBTQ Laws Added to Travel Restriction ListCalifornia will restrict state-funded travel to Florida, Montana, West Virginia, Arkansas, and North Dakota over anti-LGBTQ legislation recently enacted in those states, Attorney General Rob Bonta announced Monday. (6/28/21)
Bill to Legalize Psychedelic Drugs Receives Pushback in SacramentoAnne Makovec reports on opposition to bill aimed at decriminalizing psychedelic drugs (6-25-2021)
Newsom, Lawmakers Reach Deal On Extending Eviction MoratoriumJustin Andrews reports on Gov. Newsom and state legislators extending the COVID eviction moratorium to September (6-25-2021)
Oakland City Council Debates Budget Amid Calls to Defund Police DepartmentJustin Andrews reports on the Oakland City Council preparing to vote on budget that will redirect funds away from the police department (6-24-2021)
Antioch Allows Plans For 95,000 Square Foot Cannabis Facility To ProceedAntioch is one step closer to what the mayor calls the "Cannabis Capitol of Northern California" after officials allowed plans for a 95,000 square foot cannabis facility at the old Kmart to proceed. Andrea Nakano reports. (6/23/21)
Middle School In El Sobrante To Be Renamed After Betty Reid SoskinThe West Contra Costa School District took a vote to change the name of one of their schools for the cause of social justice. But this time, it happened without a lot of argument.
Report Reveals San Jose State University Contributes $4.1 Billion To California's EconomyThe California economy is getting a big financial boost, but it isn't coming from a high-tech company. Kiet Do tells us about a report that says $4.1 billion can be traced back to San Francisco State University.
San Jose Berryessa Flea Market Vendors Begin Hunger Strike Over Planned DevelopmentLen Ramirez reports on several Berryessa Flea Market vendors along with several supporters commence hunger strike over development that threatens their livelihoods (6-21-2021)
U.S. Supreme Court Sides With College Athletes In Key Compensation CaseCollege athletes are celebrating a major legal victory after the U.S. Supreme Court upheld a decision benefitting how students in college sports can be paid. Kiet Do reports. (6/21/21)
San Jose NAACP Leader Leaves For Atlanta Amid Dwindling Black PopulationRev. Jethroe Moore II, a prominent figure and civil rights activist in Silicon Valley, quietly left to begin a new life outside a city he said doesn't take care of people of color. Maria Medina reports. (6/16/21)
Details Emerge In Stabbing Of 94-Year-Old Asian Woman In San FranciscoA suspect who was out on bail or release from a previous case was arrested after an 94-year-old woman of Asian descent was stabbed in San Francisco’s Tenderloin neighborhood Wednesday. Betty Yu reports. (6/16/21)
President Biden in Trade Talks with EU Before Meeting with PutinNatalie Brand reports on President Biden negotiating with the European Union about trade ahead of a high-stakes meeting with Putin (6-15-2021)
COVID: California Lifts Coronavirus Restrictions At Stroke Of Midnight On June 15Almost all of the coronavirus restrictions the Bay Area has endured for the last 15 months will become a memory at the stroke of midnight on June 15. Betty Yu reports from San Francisco.
COVID Reopening: As California Lifts Restrictions Masks Become Optional In Most PlacesOn June 15, at the stroke of midnight, California will lift most COVID-19 restrictions. But as Juliette Goodrich tells us, people should not ditch their masks, just yet.
Gov. Newsom Announces New Travel Vaccination Incentives, Promotes State TourismJustin Andrews reports on Gov. Newsom's newly announced vaccination incentives and promotion of California tourism (6-14-2021)
Democrats Demand Former Attorneys General Testify About Trump Administration Data SeizureDebra Alfarone reports on DOJ investigation of Democratic legislators during Trump Administration (6-11-2021)
Polls Show Caitlyn Jenner With Slim Support in Recall RaceCaitlyn Jenner has seen slim support so far in the California governor recall race. Ken Bastida reports on how she's trying to change that. (6-10-21)
RAW: Gov. Newsom Blasts Federal Judge Who Overruled State's Assault Weapon BanGov. Gavin Newsom unleashes harsh criticism of federal judge whose ruling overturned California's long-standing assault weapons ban (6-10-2021)
President Biden Announces Plans to Boost Global COVID Vaccination SupplySkyler Henry reports on President Biden pledging U.S. will donate 500 million COVID vaccine doses to countries in need (6-10-2021)
AG Bonta, Newsom Announce Appeal To Ruling On State’s Assault Weapon BanLen Kiese reports on Gov. Newsom and California Attorney General Bonta announcing appeal of judge's ruling on state assault weapons ban (6-10-2021)
COVID Reopening: Cal/OSHA Withdraws Controversial Work Mask RulesLess than a week before the state fully reopens, the Cal/OSHA board unanimously withdrew masking rules which would’ve required every employee in a room to be full vaccinated before going maskless. The meeting was heated with hours of public comment. Andrea Nakano reports. (6/9/21)