The privately funded program will offer a guaranteed income to some of the poorest people in the city.
The initiative is a privately funded program that will give families $500 per month, and with no rules on how they spend it.
The Anti-Defamation League said, "it's incredibly disturbing YouTube continues to provide Robert Rundo with an outlet for his bigotry."
The suspect was subdued after a bystander threw a rock at him, knocking him unconscious, in San Dimas.
Photos taken of migrant protests in recent weeks show individuals holding signs that ask for help and encourage the Biden administration to grant asylum.
The Democratic governor is facing a recall vote with a campaign touting more than 2 million signatures for a petition pushing such action.
The 600 families chosen to participate will receive $500 monthly payments for 18 months.
"Now that [he] is gone makes it one less Asian to put up with," the letter said. "Watch out! Pack your bags and go back to your country where you belong!"
Last year marked a 25-year high in homicides for Fresno, California.
"Why the migrants are diverting to Texas, before they hit the state of Sonora, I don't know," Nogales Mayor Arturo Garino told Newsweek. "But the straight shot is Nogales and that's not happening."
Xiong, a 27-year-old mother, died after being shot in the 1600 block East Kay Street at around 5:50 a.m. on March 20.
Customers of Malibu Wine Safaris are seeking refunds for trips booked before or during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Attractions in parts of the state are able to reopen—with restrictions—from April 1, after more than a year of being closed.
Police believe the same man assaulted two Asian seniors within an hour on Wednesday morning in San Francisco.
Youssef Mahboubian was found dead after police received reports of man armed with a hatchet on the streets of Encino.
Arna Kimiai was filmed by the in-vehicle camera taking off her mask and coughing on driver Subhakar Khadka.
At the same time, the House Minority Leader argued he was right to support a Texas SCOTUS lawsuit that attempted to block Biden's election victory.
Xiao Zhen Xie, 76, was waiting at the traffic light in San Francisco when a man punched her in the face by her left eye.
California's Disneyland has announced that it will reopen next month with "significantly limited" capacity.
Five Republican legislators from California are looking to strip Governor Gavin Newsom of his emergency powers and turn control of the pandemic response over to local leaders.
The restaurant's manager said the till would cost around $6,000 to replace and that the diner is filing a police report. Any damage over $950 is considered felony vandalism in Sacramento County.
"State law requires a relatively small number of signatures to trigger a recall, " the San Francisco Chronicle editorial board wrote.
"Well, the reality is it looks like it's going on the ballot, and so we're ready to go," the California governor said at a news conference.
Tyler Turner, 18, died along with the skydiving instructor he was jumping in tandem with in 2016. His family were awarded a $40 million judgment earlier this week against the owner of a skydiving school.
President Joe Biden signed into law a historic $1.9 trillion stimulus bill on March 11 that is aimed at helping Americans through the COVID-19 pandemic.
Police haven't identified it as a racially motivated attack, but the victim feels he was targeted for being Asian.
The former homicide detective was recording calling a Black man the N-word and telling him "Go back into your little cage until the monkey controller gets here."
"Don't New York my Florida" has sprung up on T-shirts and bumper stickers across the Sunshine State as residents and politicians express concern about wealthy pandemic transplants moving south.
Senator Feinstein, the oldest sitting U.S. senator, confirmed she plans to serve through the end of her term. She will not be up for re-election until 2024.
The recall campaign has until March 17 to continue gathering signatures.