December 14, 2020

LOS ANGELES (AP) — California Gov. Gavin Newsom has had a rough year. The next one might be even tougher as a recall effort appears to be gaining momentum, fueled partly by outrage over the first-term Democrat dining with friends at an opulent restaurant while telling state residents to spurn social gatherings and stay home.

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October 16, 2020

SANTA BARBARA, Calif. — Fueled by extreme heat and dry, windy conditions, wildfires ravaged California in September, blazing through almost 1.9 million acres, destroying nearly 1,000 homes and killing at least three people. One wildfire, the Creek Fire, became the largest single inferno in California history and grew so fierce it spun up fire tornadoes

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May 6, 2020

Sorry, no video today. Power went out last night, the whole family was up too late watching the amazing lightning storm, two kids didn’t sleep well and wound up in my bed…so I slept on the couch. By “slept” I mean I was on the couch, not sleeping but wishing I could. Today’s Top Stories

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March 20, 2020

Sorry, no video today! Coronavirus update: 247,400 infected, up from 227,310 yesterday. Up 8.8 percent.10,067 dead, up from 9,311 yesterday. Up 8.1 percent. These figures are normalizing. The percentage gains have flattened a bit. Relevant COVID-19 stories: Gavin Newsom Issues A Stay-At-Home Order For California – News & Guts Media Search for Coronavirus Vaccine Becomes

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