Governor Gavin Newsom said nearly 2.5 million health care workers were given until February 1 to get the COVID-19 booster shot or potentially lose their job.
Colorado Governor Jared Polis said he received and is reviewing the clemency application for Rogel Aguilera-Mederos, who was sentenced to 100 years in prison.
Thomas Wesley filed a lawsuit against the state's Department of Human Resources after they denied his public records request for a COVID-19 response report.
A judge dismissed Trey Kelley's reckless conduct charge for a friend's hit-and-run saying "the law imposes no duty upon Kelley to contact law enforcement."
Police arrested Edward Gilbert Duran for a 1997 rape in Albuquerque, New Mexico, after DNA taken from a fork matched evidence. He's connected to eight cases.
Lina Khil was last seen at a Texas playground wearing a black jacket, a red dress and black shoes. She's 4 feet tall with brown hair and weighs 55 pounds.
A U.S. military base on Okinawa island in Japan reported an outbreak of COVID-19 infections. Several Japanese employees and 215 Marines have reported new cases.
The task force recommended additional police training, tracking ZIP codes where search warrants are carried out and use of an electronic database.
"I will state that if I had the discretion, it would not be my sentence," presiding District Court Judge Bruce Jones said of Rogel Aguilera-Mederos' sentence.
New York City has seen a 207% rise in COVID-19 infections in a week. The city averaged 11,000 daily cases, and in five days, over 63,500 people tested positive.
The Fukushima plant operator applied for construction approval of the sea tunnel which will release treated radioactive water half a mile from the plant.
Philip Urban modifies the shotgun shells to make them less lethal by filling them with rock salt or corks and match heads, police say.
The judge in the Kim Potter trial told the jury to keep deliberating after they appeared to be struggling to agree on the verdicts.
Spain is back in the high-risk zone for COVID-19 infections after seeing an increase from 5% to 47% in newly reported Omicron cases in just one week.
Travelers who signed up for the "test-and-go" program will still be allowed entry into Thailand without restrictions. New travelers must undergo quarantine.
The Omicron variant is responsible for 90 percent or more of new infections in the New York area, the Southeast, industrial Midwest and Pacific Northwest.
Another major winter storm system will move into California this week. Parts of the state can expect 1 to 5 feet of snow with white-out conditions.
"They know that their beds are at a premium and they have to hold them for the people who need them," Dr. Richard Watson said.
Authorities have said that the victims' blood samples have been transported to a lab for investigatory examination, but there is no timeline for those results.
A serial derecho is an inland hurricane with no eye and straight-line winds creating widespread damage of more than 240 miles and wind gusts of at least 58 mph.
Potter testified she doesn't remember exactly what she said during the incident or the events after the shooting, and those details in her memory are "missing."
The jury began their first full day of deliberations in the trial of former Theranos CEO Elizabeth Holmes' who faces 11 charges of fraud and conspiracy.
Biogen announced the Alzheimer's drug Aduhelm will now cost patients $28,200 per year after doctors were hesitant prescribing the treatment due to costs.
Boeing announced to halt their COVID-19 vaccine mandate and said over 92 percent of their U.S. workforce has been vaccinated or has an accommodation.
New Mexico announced a new investigative unit because it has the highest number of missing persons and murder cases among Indigenous people in the country.
The Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission voted to keep the commercial shimp fishery shut down for another three years. It has been shut down since 2013.
The Iran nuclear talks are aimed at restoring the 2015 nuclear agreement, also known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.
Ronald Gasser can't be retried for murder due to double jeopardy after the Supreme Court previously ruled for a new trial due to a non-unanimous verdict.
Posts for the right-wing extremist's channels commonly downplayed the pandemic and had misinformation on the COVID-19 vaccine and the companies that made them.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said the celebration would continue as planned since it's outdoors, but only for those fully vaccinated.