- We Are One Week Away From the Recall Election. Vice President Kamala Harris Is Due to Campaign for Governor Newsom This Week Here in California. Senator Elizabeth Warren Joined Newsom on the Campaign Trail This Weekend. Republican Larry Elder Also Criss-crossed the State Over the Labor Day Weekend.
- The California Senate will once again consider a bail reform bill that's already been defeated by voters. Senate Bill 262 is being touted as a fix for the cash bail system which would guarantee the right to “affordable bail” for everyone, including those charged with serious felonies. Lawmakers are set to vote on SB-262 by the end of this week.
- Some residents in Northern California are returning home after evacuation orders for the Caldor Fire were downgraded. The Caldor Fire, burning near Lake Tahoe, has consumed some 216,646 acres and is 49% contained. Most of South Lake Tahoe had been evacuated because of the fire.
- A parolee is under arrest just months after being released, accused of killing a woman from Land Park. Fifty-one year old Troy Davis allegedly attacked a 61-year old woman inside her home in the 2200 block of 11th Avenue Friday, where authorities responded to reports of a fire. Davis, a transient with a criminal history including felony charges, was booked Saturday into the Sacramento County Main Jail on charges of parole violation, murder, arson, burglary and sexual assault. He's being held without bail, and scheduled to appear in court on Wednesday. This comes less than three months after Davis was released from custody in an auto theft case.
- The Intercept has obtained more than 900 pages of documents detailing work of EcoHealth Alliance a U.S.-based health organization that used federal money to fund bat coronavirus research at the Chinese laboratory.
- California Governor Gavin Newsom and two of his opponents are rallying voters ahead of the September 14th recall election.
- Larry Elder argues slave owners are ‘owed reparations’ during appearance on Candace Owens’ show.