- California Governor Gavin Newsom is in New York this morning for climate week. He join scientists, world leaders and professionals to gather at the United Nations to discuss global climate issues. Newsom kicked off the first day by announcing that California's Attorney General is suing "big oil" for the decades of harm officials claim has been done to the state. Newsom then talked about California's success when it comes to sustainable goals. Click here to read more.
- The City of Oakland is not going to recieve any of the state grants for beefing up law enforcment to combat retail theft, even though they are one of the harder hit regions. City leaders say they missed the deadline to apply for the grants. Click here to read more.
- Sacramento County District Attorney Thien Ho says his office is planning to announce the next steps after the 30-day legal notice to the City of Sacramento to address unhoused encampments. KFBK will carry the press confrence when it begins Tuesday morning at 10am. Click here to read more.
- California Treasurer Fiona Ma is set to stand trial amid secxual harassment allegations. The allegations stem from claims of a former employee Judith Blackwell, who syays Ma exposed part of herself and crawled into the samew bed when the two shared a room on a business trip. Click here to read more.