- Governor Newsom has proposed a plan to send debit cards worth up to $400 to California drivers to give them relief at the pump. The Governor's announcement is part of a proposed $11 billion package that his office claims would help residents deal with the high price of gasoline, which has soared to a statewide average of $5.87 per gallon in California.
- The Cal State University system is getting rid of the SAT and ACT entrance exams. The Cal State University system is getting rid of the requirements when it comes to the admissions process for undergraduates.
- Today marks day two of the Sacramento teachers strike. Union leaders and district officials met into the night last night but failed to reach a deal for what is now the second strike in the district in recent years.