"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.
Parents argued that "arbitrary" guidance on school reopening ignored science and threatened students' well-being.
The California governor's supporters have tried to paint the recall effort as a partisan campaign against the Democrat.
"I won't be distracted by this partisan, Republican recall—but I will fight it," Newsom declared Monday.
The poll, which was conducted by Nexstar Media Group for Emerson College Polling, found 42 percent of residents in the state saying that they'd vote to keep Newsom as governor amid the effort to recall him.
The man identified himself as the driver when police arrived and cooperated with authorities, officers said.
Police say the circumstances of the fall are being investigated but do not believe foul play was involved.
The man told the Asian gas station owner to go "back to China" during the tirade in Oakland.
Officer Rick Fitzgerald of the Fresno Police Department is accused of taking part in a Proud Boys counterprotest on Sunday.
The California governor argued that the recall effort is unrelated to the COVID-19 crisis, saying "this thing got started before the pandemic."
Buster Hernandez, 29, will be placed on a lifetime of supervised release if he is ever set free following his 75-year sentence for "sextortion" crimes against 375 underage victims and making bomb threats. He also was known as "Brian Kil."
Substitute teacher Jose Villarruel was gifted the money on his birthday while he was surrounded by his former students.
A child in California developed a variety of MIS-C symptoms after previously testing positive for COVID.
Historically, drug laws have had a particularly harmful impact on the Black community, but now more Black-owned cannabis companies are opening as marijuana legalization spreads through the country.
A little under 1.5 million valid signatures are needed for a recall vote to reach the ballot.
The quake struck at around 11:14 p.m., according to the United States Geological Survey.
The University of California at Davis is aiming to discourage students from traveling during the upcoming academic recess with $75 vouchers that they can spend locally instead.
The state's business, scientific and technical sectors are expected to be among the first to recover, economic forecasters predicted.
All students and faculty who return to campus will be required to wear masks and practice social distancing.
The bill, which is currently in the committee stage, would apply to departments that sell children's clothes, toys and childcare items.
The Placer County Sheriff's Office said a home in Kings Beach, a community on the north shore of Lake Tahoe, was "torn apart" by the roaming family of bears.
"When this pandemic ends—and it will end soon—we're not going back to normal," the California governor said. "Normal was never good enough."