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Small, rural school districts refusing to enforce mask mandate

School districts across the state say they won’t be sending home students for not wearing masks, others concerned about fines, new variants -California’s smallest school […] Full Article

California schools face ransomware threat

Schools and universities confront an unprecedented increase in attacks –Sixth grade teacher Hilary Hall had just started teaching one Monday morning in September when her […] Full Article

Energy flex alert issued for Monday due to heat, wildfires

Consumers asked to conserve energy from 4 p.m. to 9 p.m. – With electric transmission lines from Oregon still unreliable due to the explosive Bootleg […] Full Article

San Luis Obispo-Paso Robles area is highly racially integrated, study says

Statewide, California has a segregation problem By Dan Walters/CalMatters Deeply blue California’s top political figures, from the governor downward, portray the state as a model […] Full Article

DMV to offer paperless notices for driver’s license renewals

Customers can now opt in to receive email reminder instead of by mail – The Department of Motor Vehicles is now offering Californians the option […] Full Article

Gov. Newsom recall election set for Sept. 14

1.7 million California voters signed the recall petition By Laurel Rosenhall/CalMatters –California voters will decide on Sept. 14 whether to throw Gov. Gavin Newsom out […] Full Article

California’s eviction moratorium extension: What’s in it for tenants and landlords?

Agreement includes $5.2 billion to pay back rent By Manuela Tobias/CalMatters California renters, who are still struggling to pay the rent even as the pandemic […] Full Article

No rotating power outages needed Thursday

Electricity conservation helps grid stability, according to PG&E –Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E) announced that rotating power outages were not needed Thursday to maintain […] Full Article

Californians asked to conserve power Thursday as heat wave increases energy demand

State’s flex alert requests voluntary conservation from 5 to 10 p.m. Thursday –With possible record-high temperatures forecast for Thursday, June 17, the state’s grid operator […] Full Article

Will psychedelics become legal in California?

BY MARISSA GARCIA/CalMatters –Amid growing scientific research into therapeutic uses for psychedelic drugs and a progressive push to soften punishment for drug crimes, California lawmakers […] Full Article