Gavin Newsom

Politics
Newsom will try to boost the senator's flagging Democratic primary campaign in the early-voting state.
Politics
The justices ruled that a new law requiring presidential candidates to release tax filings in order to appear on the California primary ballot was “invalid.”
Politics
"Carmakers that have chosen to be on the wrong side of history will be on the losing end of CA’s buying power," tweeted Gov. Gavin Newsom.
U.S. News
The vote followed testimony from a handful of people who pleaded with the panel for leadership at a time of increased danger from fire and other natural disasters.
Politics
The president again appeared to threaten to withhold federal funding from the state, warning Gavin Newsom, "Get your act together."
U.S. News
The utility company shut off power to over 2 million people over the weekend as part of its fire prevention efforts.
U.S. News
The Kincade fire in Sonoma County and the Getty fire in Los Angeles are just two of more than a dozen fires blazing across the state.
Environment
Around 179,000 customers across 17 counties will be affected this time, the Northern California utility company said.
Politics
“Californians should not pay the price for decades of PG&E’s greed and neglect,” Gov. Gavin Newsom said.
U.S. News
Schools have about three years to adjust under the law signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom.
Environment
Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill into law prohibiting the sale and manufacture of new fur products statewide.
Environment
This “is not how things should work," Gov. Gavin Newsom said of PG&E's forced power shutoff in response to wildfire risk.
U.S. News
Rent hikes will be capped at 5% plus inflation in a state with some of the highest housing and poverty rates in the U.S.
Politics
Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill requiring implicit bias training for health care providers serving pregnant people.
U.S. News
Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a bill Monday that supporters say will greatly reduce the spread of infection.
Health
Gov. Gavin Newsom said pre-exposure and post-exposure drugs have "transformed our fight against HIV and AIDS."
U.S. News
Ky. Colonel, a 5-year-old gelding, died of a suspected heart attack on Saturday. It was the third equine death at the California racetrack in three weeks.
Politics
A new law will require colleges to disclose whether their admissions process favors so-called "legacy" students related to donors or alumni.
Crime
Hundreds of women accused George Tyndall of sexual assault, but the state's statute of limitations may have prevented their damage claims.
Politics
A federal judge ruled against the new law requiring presidential candidates to release their tax filings to appear on the primary ballot. The state plans to appeal.