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Newsom injects $6.1B to speed shift to zero-emission vehicles

Newsom injects $6.1B to speed shift to zero-emission vehicles

Governor proposes additional funds to support more affordable, clean transportation
Former Pleasanton city manager Fialho takes on CEO role with new nonprofit

Former Pleasanton city manager Fialho takes on CEO role with new nonprofit

Former Pleasanton city manager and longtime community leader Nelson Fialho is now serving as interim leader of Three Valleys Community Foundation
Zone 7 receives increased water allocation for 2022; mandatory conservation still in effect

Zone 7 receives increased water allocation for 2022; mandatory conservation still in effect

State officials approve 15% allocation, up from 0% decree in December
What’s in the California paid sick leave deal for workers and businesses?

What’s in the California paid sick leave deal for workers and businesses?

Gov. Gavin Newsom and legislative leaders agree to restore California paid sick leave for COVID-19. Here's what you need to know.
Pleasanton: Residents displaced after house fire

Pleasanton: Residents displaced after house fire

Cause of blaze on Pleasant Hill Road still under investigation
Sierra snow levels still above average, more storms predicted first week of February

Sierra snow levels still above average, more storms predicted first week of February

The state has about 111% of its average snowpack right now, thanks to the record-breaking storms that came toward the end of 2021.
Newsom's $50 million opioids education pledge comes as colleges warn of risks

Newsom's $50 million opioids education pledge comes as colleges warn of risks

California would funnel $50 million into educating young people about the risks of opioids and fentanyl under Gov. Gavin Newsom's latest budget proposal.
Amid low COVID vaccine rates, more California children hospitalized in omicron surge

Amid low COVID vaccine rates, more California children hospitalized in omicron surge

COVID-19 hospitalizations among California's children -- especially those too young to go to school -- are the highest they have been since the pandemic began.
Learn about suicide prevention hotline assembly bill

Learn about suicide prevention hotline assembly bill

Assembly member Bauer-Kahan to discuss AB 988 during virtual event hosted by NAMI Tri-Valley
Here’s what’s changed as California’s new COVID workplace rules go into effect

Here’s what’s changed as California’s new COVID workplace rules go into effect

The revised rules come from the California Division of Safety and Health -- also known as Cal/OSHA -- which regulates health and safety in California workplaces.
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