As California settles into a third year of pandemic, the demographics of those falling victim to COVID-19 has shifted notably from the first two years. Each week, the virus is killing hundreds of Californians, hitting hardest among the unvaccinated.(Sept. 20, 2022) → Read the full The Sacramento Bee report
El Dorado County Public Health officials are reminding residents and visitors to remain vigilant against COVID-19 exposure. Although infection levels are finally on the decline, ongoing virus transmission is likely to continue.(Aug. 18, 2022) → Read the full Mountain Democrat report
Steven Carrillo, an active-duty Air Force servicemember, fell down a rabbit hole of Facebook extremism and became convinced he could start a new civil war. Then he turned his online obsession into real-life murder.
California has a new plan for dealing with COVID as the disease becomes endemic. But does that mean the pandemic is over? Here’s what Gov. Newsom is proposing.
California put hundreds of new laws into effect for 2022. Here are 5 that will change how business operates in the state.
Members of a far-right militia group backed a recall election against a conservative Republican to take control of the Board of Supervisors in Shasta County. Here’s how it happened.
Sheriffs in some California counties and across the USA are engaging a dangerous movement toward right-wing extremism. What does this mean for local law enforcement?
Omicron is a new variant of the COVID-causing coronavirus that has now arrived in California and is causing fears of a new pandemic wave. What is it? Why are people so worried? And what, if anything, is California doing to …
Here’s why cargo ship traffic has been dangerously heavy at California’s ports in 2021, and how the backup may have caused a disaster.
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