Since the onset of the monkeypox outbreak, the WHO has focused on LGBTQ+ groups since the first few infections that cropped up appeared at gay-themed events in Europe. This could cause discrimination against a marginalized group.
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Some of the country's top experts on arachnids will be in Davis this Saturday for a family-friendly event featuring exhibits, crafts and live spider specimens that will help demystify the amazing creatures, and even name a new species.
June 23, 2022
A U.S. Supreme Court ruling overturning a New York law on concealed carry will likely lead to a challenge of California gun laws.
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The Justice Department is not supposed to do the personal political bidding of the president, but that's exactly what Donald Trump asked it to do, according to what we're likely to hear from the committee today.
After racist videos circulate at a Roseville high school, parents call for honest conversation about the N-word
June 21, 2022 | Janelle Salanga
Oakmont has been the site of other racist incidents, including one treated as a hate crime. The district says it’s attempting to encourage parent participation to prevent further incidents.
June 21, 2022 | Manola Secaira
There are about 35,000 idle oil wells in California. State leaders and activists are in the midst of deciding their future.
People in the Sacramento region will be facing a heat wave this week with temperatures as high as 104 degrees during the day and overnight lows of 70 degrees. Cities and counties throughout the region are opening cooling centers.
June 19, 2022
Ten years ago, the Obama administration announced the DACA program to protect certain young immigrants in the U.S. from being deported. Two Dreamers reflect on the years since.
California State Parks votes to rename part of Folsom Lake in attempt to inclusively recognize Black gold rush history
June 17, 2022 | Sarah Mizes-Tan
California State Parks unanimously voted to change the name of Negro Bar, a day-use area at Folsom Lake State Recreation Area, to Black Miner’s Bar. The name change is temporary while the board conducts more research into the history of the area.
June 17, 2022
A proposed bill would require cannabis products to carry large warnings, similar to cigarettes. But the state's legal pot industry says more rules make it harder to compete with the illicit market.