- California drivers now have the ability to use their phone as a digital driver's license. The Department of Motor Vehicles is testing a pilot program with 1.5 million state residents taking part in the program. The new phone program is not meant to replace the physical copy of the driver's license, but serve as another option in emergencies. Click here to read more.
- Nearly 30,000 people are still stuck at the Burning Man Festival after the Black Rock Desert flooded over the weekend, trapping campers. This morning, many were able to leave but some still remain as the mass exodus of people are causing traffic delays. Here's what we know right now.
- California State scientists could walk off the job for the first time in their union’s four-decade history. The California Association of Professional Scientists, which represents over 5,000 scientists, have voted to authorize a strike. Click here to read more.
- Friday was "suspense day" in the California State Legislature. Here's what notable bills passed through the suspense file for more debates.