Since the pandemic began, California — the nation’s most populous state with nearly 40 million people — has processed more than 20 million unemployment claims and paid out more than $128 billion in benefits.
A Cal/OSHA regulatory panel has just approved changes in California workplace masking rules, aligning more with statewide guidelines for the general public.
More than 4 million people say they fear being evicted or foreclosed upon in the coming months.
The Delta variant was first detected in India in February and is believed to be up to 60% more transmissible than the original coronavirus strain.
In an effort to get more Californians vaccinated, Gov. Newsom announced on Wednesday Six Flags will give away 50,000 free tickets.
The newly minted $1.5-million winners came from these counties: Four from Los Angeles, Marin, Riverside, Santa Barbara, Sacramento, Stanislaus and Ventura.
California has lifted most of the state’s coronavirus rules now that it's June 15, here's what things will look like for SoCal residents.
The vacation prize and a jackpot drawing are among the efforts to boost vax levels.
Although the vast majority of COVID-19 restrictions will be lifted Tuesday, Gov. Gavin Newsom warned Monday the virus is still active, and mask-wearing will continue to be a reality for non-vaccinated residents, at businesses that require them or for people who simply feel safer wearing them.
As Latinos in California have experienced disproportionately worse outcomes from COVID-19, so too has Olvera Street.
Nightlife is making a comeback across Southern California, including some of West Hollywood's hottest nightlife spots.
A doctor who tested positive long after being fully vaccinated says things could have been much, much worse had he not taken the COVID-19 shots.
Gov. Gavin Newsom signed an executive order that would retire the county tier system in California's push to turn the page on the pandemic.
Two vaccinated California residents who won $50,000 in a state lottery never came forward and therefore, forfeited a $50,000 prize, state health officials said, prompting them to seek a new pair of winners.
Being fully inoculated will pay dividends -- in the form of a free seasoned beef Nacho Cheese Doritos Locos Taco -- to customers who show their COVID-19 vaccination card at participating California Taco Bell locations on Tuesday.
On Friday for the first time, Gov. Gavin Newsom introduced another one of last week's winners by first and last name: 17-year-old Nancy Gutierrez of Vista in San Diego County.
"Even the vegetables. I'm paying, you know, $3 to buy a package of lettuce. It's kind of difficult," said Chris Rowlan of Pacheco.
Are we back to mask shaming? For many people we asked the answer was ‘yes’.
KTVU reached out to the California Department of Health to find out if there is a deadline to accept the money and if two new winners' names will be drawn.
California's workplace regulators have reversed themselves for the second time in a week. They withdrew a controversial masking regulation late Wednesday.