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San Francisco Bans All Events Over 1,000 People Over Coronavirus Fears

San Francisco Bans All Events Over 1,000 People Over Coronavirus Fears

BY ZACHARY STIEBER  San Francisco officials are banning all events in California that would have over 1,000 people in attendance, in an attempt to try to slow the spread of the new coronavirus. The move “is necessary to slow the spread of COVID-19, and builds on our previous public health recommendations,” San Francisco Mayor London Breed said in […]

Election Integrity Project California sues Mark Lunn—Ventura County Registrar of Voters for lack of transparency in March Primary Elections

Election Integrity Project California sues Mark Lunn—Ventura County Registrar of Voters for lack of transparency in March Primary Elections

By Michael Hernandez Editor’s Note:  More evidence will be heard in this Election Integrity Project California lawsuit against Ventura County by Superior Court Judge Henry J. Walsh of Courtroom 42 on Monday, March 30th at 9:30 a.m.  The Hall of Justice is located on 800 South Victoria Avenue, Ventura, CA 93009.  However, this court date […]

5.8 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Off Coast of Northern California

5.8 Magnitude Earthquake Strikes Off Coast of Northern California

BY ISABEL VAN BRUGEN A 5.8 magnitude earthquake struck off the coast of Northern California on the evening of March 8, the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) said. At least 2,600 people said they felt the earthquake that struck 86 kilometers (53 miles) west of Petrolia, California, at at 6:59 p.m. Sunday, according to the USGS website. The earthquake had a depth of […]

San Francisco ‘Cuddle Party’ Canceled Due To Coronavirus

San Francisco ‘Cuddle Party’ Canceled Due To Coronavirus

MARLO SAFI CONTRIBUTOR   The coronavirus outbreak has prompted the organizer of San Francisco’s “Cuddle Party” to cancel the March gathering to avoid spreading the virus.  Dr. Yoni Alkan, the event’s organizer, told Business Insider that the next scheduled party on March 14 has been cancelled due to coronavirus concerns and in accordance with the city’s recommendation to avoid […]

California’s K-12 spending exceeds $20,000 per pupil

California’s K-12 spending exceeds $20,000 per pupil

    By Edward Ring “It’s not enough. We’re still 41st in the nation in per pupil funding. Something needs to change. We need to have an honest conversation about how we fund our schools at a state and local level,” –  California Governor Gavin Newsom, State of the State Address, February 12, 2020 It should come as […]

San Francisco Ignored ICE And Released An Illegal Alien Who Had Been Arrested Seven Times

San Francisco Ignored ICE And Released An Illegal Alien Who Had Been Arrested Seven Times

JASON HOPKINS IMMIGRATION AND POLITICS REPORTER . Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agents apprehended an illegal alien who was near a courthouse in San Francisco on Tuesday, and he since remains in ICE custody.  The alien touted a storied criminal history, having been arrested at least seven times and carried three different felony convictions.  ICE had […]

Remember rain? An atmospheric river is bringing it back to Southern California

Remember rain? An atmospheric river is bringing it back to Southern California

By HANNAH FRY STAFF WRITER It’s time to ready those rain boots and umbrellas because wet weather is returning to Southern California starting this weekend. The first in a pair of storms to hit the Southland is expected to arrive Saturday, dropping temperatures into the low to mid-60s and bringing a chance of showers across the […]

California Declares State of Emergency in All 58 Counties Over Coronavirus

California Declares State of Emergency in All 58 Counties Over Coronavirus

BY MIMI NGUYEN LY California Governor Gavin Newsom on Wednesday proclaimed a state of emergency due to the outbreak of new coronavirus, which now has 53 confirmed cases across the state. In a statement, the governor said that California “is deploying every level of government to help identify cases and slow the spread of this coronavirus.” The declaration is to […]

California Officials Sue to Strike Down Pro-union Gag Law

California Officials Sue to Strike Down Pro-union Gag Law

BY MATTHEW VADUM Elected officials in California are challenging a controversial state law that deprives them of their ability to speak critically about labor unions by prohibiting statements deemed to “deter or discourage” public employees from seeking union membership. “I was elected by the people to ask tough questions and discuss public policy issues in an open dialogue […]

Privacy Advocates Decry Widespread Sharing of Drivers’ Data in California

Privacy Advocates Decry Widespread Sharing of Drivers’ Data in California

BY CHRIS KARR The California State Auditor recently criticized law enforcement agencies in four of the state’s most populous counties for indiscriminately gathering, storing, and sharing records for millions of drivers. Automated license plate readers (ALPR) collect information about drivers’ whereabouts and movements daily. The ALPR data is collected for random drivers—anybody on the road may have his […]