Barista nets $100,000 in tips after abuse by San Diego "Karen"
California woman's attempt to publicly shame worker for enforcing public health rule backfires in a big way.
Universities Reverse Campus Reopening Plans Amidst Covid-19 Spike
A number of universities, including the University of Southern California, have reversed earlier plans to reopen their campuses and now plan to resume online classes. The recent spike of Covid-19 infection across the country has raised concern about student and faculty safety.
Gov. Newsom Orders 19 California Counties To Partially Shut Down
After slowly reopening in recent weeks, large parts of California are shutting down again after jumps in COVID-19 numbers. Restaurants and bars are taking a big hit.
Doctor shares how to stay safe this July 4 holiday weekend
Nearly half of U.S. states have paused reopening plans as coronavirus cases are soaring in many cities. Ahead of the July 4 weekend, governors in California, Arizona and Texas have closed bars. Dr. Jon LaPook explains whether these actions will prevent a spike in cases. He also explains the safety precautions people should take this weekend.
July 4th weekend forecast calls for heat, severe weather
From California to New Jersey, heat will be the story for the holiday weekend forecast.
Florida hits 10,000 new coronavirus cases going into July 4 holiday
Florida broke another record with 10,000 new coronavirus cases reported in a single day. In Texas and California, governors are adding new restrictions ahead of the July 4 holiday in an effort to slow the spread. David Begnaud reports.
States Are Forced To Face Surge In New Coronavirus Cases
NPR's Steve Inskeep talks to Richard Montgomery, a mayor in California, Dr. Ali Khan of the University of Nebraska Medical Center and Chicago epidemiologist Dr. Emily Landon about the rise in cases.
California man expresses regret over attending party in post day before he died of coronavirus
A Southern California man reportedly expressed his regret late last month over attending a party where he likely contracted the coronavirus in a Facebook post just one day before he died.
California man dies of coronavirus a day after posting regret about attending family party
A man died of coronavirus a day after he publicly shared his regret about putting his "family's health in jeopardy" by attending a party in California.
News Brief: Reopening Consequences, Charges Related To Epstein CaseOlder articles »
Texas requires masks in counties with more than 20 COVID-19 cases. California orders 19 counties to shut down. And, a British socialite is charged in connection with the Jeffrey Epstein abuse case.