Facebook says it pulled down more than seven million misleading COVID-19 posts in the second quarter. KSRO’s Jeff Woodworth with more:
California is promising to help school districts across the state as they begin another semester of distance learning. State Superintendent Tony Thurmond said California will provide extra resources for computers and technology. The state has set aside
Governor Gavin Newsom says President Donald Trump’s proposal for additional unemployment benefits isn’t enough. KSRO’s Jeff Woodworth has more:
A new bill in the California Legislature aims to make ethnic studies a graduation requirement for high school students in the state. The bill’s author Assemblyman Jose Medina says despite ethnic studies being established as an academic
Now that U.S. Senator Kamala Harris is officially presumptive Democratic Presidential nominee Joe Biden’s running mate, speculation has already begun about who could fill her open seat if she resigns or wins in November. Mike Blount reports.