- is voting to recall progressive District Attorney Chesa Boudin, LA Mayor and local - Anne Marie Schubert, Jim Cooper, Thien Ho)Primary results starting to trickle in for most of the elections in California. San Francisco is approving the recall effort to remove the progressive District Attorney Chesa Boudin, Jim Cooper is leading the race for Sacramento County Sheriff, Wayne Woo leads for the Placer County Sheriff position, and Thien Ho leads in the race for Sacramento County District Attorney. Governor Gavin Newsom and Attorney General Rob Bonta will both advance in the elections and locally in Sacramento, Democrat Kermit Jones and Republican Kevin Kiley will face each other for the new 3rd Congressional District seat. Click here to read more.
- Water pumping in many parts of the state is now prohibited, due to a major drought developing. According to state officials, drawing water from rivers or creeks in Sacramento and San Joaquin is no longer allowed from today onwards. The move affects both individual farmers and municipal agencies. Many public systems will need to rely on groundwater moving forward. Click here to read more.
- Summer school enrollment in Sacramento is on the uptick. The Twin Rivers district is reporting that enrollment nearly doubled in its summer school programs while administrators at the Sacramento City Unified School District said over 2,400 summer school students are signed up so far. Local districts said the increase in enrollment may have something to do with the pandemic and falling behind in classes. Click here to read more.
- A city councilman for Los Angeles proposing a ban on camping near city libraries. Click here to read more.
- Senator Debbie Stabenow, Democrat from Michigan, on being fortunate enough to afford an electric car, and no longer cares how much the rest of America is paying for gas. Click here to read more.