- The President and First Lady will travel to Maui on Monday, August 21 to meet with first responders, survivors, as well as federal, state, and local officials, in the wake of deadly wildfires on the island. But this after they will spend a week on the Nevada side of Lake Tahoe. Click here to read more.
- California lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow people to ride Bay Area Rapid Transit for free by decriminalizing fare jumping. Which means chronic evaders could be faced with little to no consequences for not paying. Assembly Bill 819 was introduced by Assemblyman Isaac Bryan, Democrat from Los Angeles. The bill would remove misdemeanor charges, making the strictest punishment only $400 under this bill. Click here to read more.
- A startling new report this morning shows California's assisted suicide rate jumping 63%last year alone. California's assisted suicide program is the largest of it's kind in the United States, called the End of Life Option Act. Click here to read more.
- San Francisco and the greater Bay Area continues to deal with soaring crime and more closing businesses. Now, federal workers in the bay are being advised to use telework for the foreseeable future. Click here to read more.