- Sacramento school year won't be extended, but there will be 16 instructional days added over the next two years. The Sacramento City Unified School District has stated it will not be extending the 2021-22 school year to make up for academic calendar days lost to the teacher strike in March.
- A bill designed to ban oil drilling in California waters killed by lawmakers. Legislation to close down operations on offshore oil rigs off the Orange County coast failed to pass in a state Senate committee on Thursday.
- Car repairs delay due to insufficient supply parts. Supply chain issues are impacting car repairs and leaving drivers without wheels.It's a waiting game, availability for many car parts is limited, and there's no shortage of backorders or big delays, which is keeping cars out of service.
- Homeschooling on the rise since COVID-19 pandemic. Data from the California Department of Education shows that more families are transitioning to homeschooling, mainly in part due to the pandemic and schools continuing to navigate funding and staffing issues.
- Del Campo High School baseball team winning their appeal and no longer required to forfeit their win.
- Former child actor, Jonathan Searle, who starred in Jaws, is now the new police chief of Oak Bluffs - the town where the movie was filmed at.
- Josh Hawley confronting Secretary of Energy, Jennifer Granholm, over rising energy costs in the US.