- Rescue workers continue to look for survivors of a building collapse near Miami Beach. At least four people are dead and about 159 are unaccounted for after the condo building partially collapsed early yesterday morning.
- The University of California health system may cut their ties with catholic hospitals over the next two years. UC regents have voted to possibly end their partnership religion-based hospitals that restrict access to abortion and gender-affirmation procedures in the future. But that decision could be reversed if catholic hospitals remove their restrictions on abortion and in-vitro fertilization by 2023.
- Businesses in California are defying Cal-OSHA fines over COVID safety violations in the workplace. The Sacramento Bee examined millions of dollars in fines across a number of business sectors and found only three percent were paid to the state. Legal experts say the COVID violation penalties are higher than other workplace fines, which is why businesses are paying lawyers to appeal on their behalf. However, health officials note many of these violations stem from workplace COVID risks that could have been mitigated if personal protective equipment was provided to workers.
- Local parents, along with parents from Southern California, are preparing to sue the state of California over the mandated that requires children to wear masks in public schools. The Facebook group, called "Reopen California schools" has helped NorCal parents raise $40,000 for legal fees. The Facebook group have already successfully sued Governor Newsom to reopen schools.