New numbers from the CDC show promising signs for California's response to the coronavirus pandemic.
California’s coronavirus death toll reached another once-unfathomable milestone — 70,000 people — as the state emerges from the latest infection surge with the lowest rate of new cases among all states.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had lasting effects on California's economy, with many businesses and restaurants still struggling to recover. Gov. Gavin Newsom signed three bills into law Friday aimed at helping restaurants get back on their feet.
"So let me get this straight! It is no longer our decisions as parents (or free Americans) to make decisions about our kids, Gavin Newsom makes those decisions for us now??" Aldean wrote. "You gotta be kidding me! People in California should be outraged and people everywhere else better start standing up and speaking out NOW. This is not how America and being free works."
After mounting pressure from the community and school boards, California on Friday became the first in the nation to announce to require eligible students to be vaccinated for in-person learning.
FOX 11's Laura Diaz was in Studio City to see how accurate the at-home tests are.
California is now offering COVID-19 booster shots for those over the age of 65 as well as high-risk individuals. Here's how to get an appointment for a booster shot if you qualify.
All workers at San Francisco International Airport must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 effective immediately, airport officials and San Francisco Mayor London Breed announced Tuesday.
New state requirements take effect for large gatherings called "mega events."
The CDC credits that success on California's high vaccination rate, and the willingness of people across the state to wear masks in public.
Spokesperson Erin Mellon said two of Newsom's children tested positive for COVID on Thursday, though the governor, his wife, and their two other children tested negative.
California is currently experiencing the lowest case rate of COVID infections in the nation. It's the only state with the lower transmission classification from the CDC.
A Southern California nurse leaves behind five children, including a newborn, and her husband after dying of COVID-19.
Restaurants and gyms in West Hollywood must require adult patrons to show proof of vaccination before they can get in the indoor portion of the establishment.
Hospitals in the heart of California’s Central Valley are running out of beds in their intensive care units, state officials announced, as a more contagious version of the coronavirus continues to spread primarily among the unvaccinated population.
Golden State Stimulus payments going out ahead of Newsom's recall election.
Gov. Gavin Newsom said Tuesday the state has reached the milestone of 80% of all eligible California residents receiving at least one dose of COVID-19 vaccine.
The next round of California stimulus payments are going out sooner than expected. If you qualify, you will receive payments ranging from $500 to $1,100 by either direct deposit or paper check in two-week increments. Here's when payments are expected and who qualifies.
An Oakland family has been dealing with the heartbreaking loss of a father from COVID-19 as they’ve been holding out hope for their mother’s full recovery from the devastating illness.
The 55-year-old Sgt. Gilbert Polanco, who was also was a U.S. Army veteran, was the first employee to die from the virus at San Quentin.