Like most states, California has struggled to define the scope of the virus outbreak because of a lack of testing.
A Riverside County deputy died early Thursday morning from COVID-19, the department announced.
This is not the only coronavirus-vs.-church battle of its kind being waged.
California school districts on Wednesday began announcing the unwelcome but not unexpected news that they will remain closed for the rest of the academic year.
Wednesday marks the the first of the month, and that's usually when rent and mortgages are due for millions of people across the country.
The news comes as millions of people are forced to stay at home and even as hundreds of inmates are being released from local jails.
Officers with the Beverly Hills Police Department made a bust involving one of the most in-demand items in the coronavirus pandemic.
California is planning to release within days as many as 3,500 inmates who were due to be paroled in the next two months as it tries to free space in cramped prisons in anticipation of a coronavirus outbreak, state officials said Tuesday.
The new order adds some clarifying language around what constitutes essential business and activities, and adds some new crackdowns.
A large haul of drugs, including opioids, methamphetamine and cocaine, being smuggled from Mexico to California was seized from a cross-border tunnel equipped with ventilation, lighting and an underground rail system, authorities said Tuesday.
He has launched the California Health Corps, inviting medical retirees, part-timers and students to apply.
Now, there’s a global shortage of the medication leaving one Oakland woman with lupus with a limited supply.
Karen Bradley said anyone who can sew can turn out dozens of masks a day if they work at it.
People have been trying to spread cheer, from a distance.
Barbara Johnson Hopper, who loved to garden at her Oakland Hills home and was an active real estate agent, died last Thursday after contracting the virus.
As many as 30,000 California restaurants could close permanently because of coronavirus restrictions that have shuttered dining rooms and led to widespread layoffs, the industry warned Friday, while urging the state to delay tax payments and planned minimum-wage increases to help the ailing businesses.
A 25-year-old pharmacy technician has reportedly died after contracting novel coronavirus, according to Riverside County health officials.
The FBI has arrested a Southern California man who officials said falsely claimed to have developed a cure for the coronavirus and solicited investments in a company he said would market the medication, federal prosecutors said.
Americans had until Oct. 1, 2020, to get their new ID card but amid a national emergency, the Department of Homeland Security has moved the enforcement deadline to Oct. 1, 2021.
All six-year-old Jonah Pulido wanted to do for his birthday was to have a bowling party.