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A worker at Panasonic's joint factory with Tesla reportedly tested positive for the coronavirus (TSLA)

A worker at Panasonic's joint factory with Tesla tested positive for the coronavirus, The Verge reports. The Buffalo, New York solar-manufacturing line will be shut down for longer than expected, Panasonic said in an email obtained by the website. Tesla has also shuttered operations in Nevada and California as four employees have now fallen ill.  Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. A worker at Tesla and Panasonic's joint solar panel factory in upstate New York was confirmed to...
Tags: Elon Musk, New York, California, Trends, Tesla, Palo Alto, Shanghai, Norway, Panasonic, Nevada, Musk, Buffalo New York, Reno Nevada, Fremont California, Sean O Kane


Trump mocks hospitals' 'insatiable appetites' for coronavirus medical supplies

Impeached and manifestly unfit president Donald John Trump took to social media early on Thursday morning to slam health care workers and hospitals who are fighting the coronavirus pandemic, just before jobless numbers were revealed showing that some 10 million Americans filed for unemployment in the last two weeks. Things are going great. Here is Trump's awful tweet-spew, which was followed by retweets of his son and Brad Parscale, and some insults for the goveror of California: Massive amou...
Tags: Post, Politics, New York, News, California, Donald Trump, Cuomo, Trump, Donald John Trump, Chuck Schumer, Brad Parscale, Cryin, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Covid19, What Did He Tweet Now


‘I Know It Will Look Surreal’: Los Angeles Mayor Urges Residents To Wear Masks

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The mayor of Los Angeles on Wednesday told everyone in the nation’s second-largest city to start wearing masks to combat the coronavirus, but California’s governor isn’t ready to take that idea statewide. Gov. Gavin Newsom said Wednesday he’s focused instead on keeping people inside. He also announced the state may need 66,000 additional hospital beds, 16,000 more than previously forecast, to handle the crush of illnesses expected during the second part of May. At an afternoon...
Tags: News, California, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Ap, Austria, Kaiser, World Health Organization, Associated Press, Donald Trump, Riverside County, Eric Garcetti, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Gavin Newsom, Kathleen Ronayne, Los Angeles County


Record 6.6M Americans Filed For Unemployment Benefits Last Week

SACRAMENTO (CBS13/CNN) — The last three weeks have marked one of the most devastating periods in history for the American job market, as first-time claims for unemployment benefits have surged more than 3,000% since early March. Businesses continue to lay off and furlough workers amid the coronavirus outbreak. 6.6 million US workers filed for their first week of unemployment benefits in the week ending March 28 — a new historic high. A significant portion of those filing for unemployment were in...
Tags: News, California, US, California News, Sacramento, Unemployment, Federal Reserve, Gavin Newsom, Trump, Brusuelas, Cable News Network Inc, WarnerMedia Company, Coronavirus, Joseph Brusuelas


Coronavirus fallout: Record 878,727 Californians seek jobless benefits in a week

The battle against coronavirus forced a record-high 878,727 Californians to file initial jobless claims in the week ended March 28. U.S. Department of Labor figures show the staggering total was up 691,918 from the previous peak of 186,809 a week ago. That’s up 370% in seven days, and it’s a jump of almost 22-fold above a year ago. This two-week spree of benefit claims follows numerous business closings required by state and local government “stay at home” orders issued to slow the spread of the...
Tags: Business, Jobs, News, California, California News, Sport, Economy, Soccer, LA County, U S Department of Labor, Ralphs, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR, Top Stories PE, Top Stories IVDB, Top Stories RDF


How Far Should Police Go in Enforcing Coronavirus Lockdowns?

Around the world, police forces are testing how far to go in punishing ordinary behavior — sometimes with batons, tear gas and even guns.
Tags: News, Australia, California, Police, Canada, United States, Epidemics, Kenya, Police Brutality, Rodrigo, Great Britain, Duterte, Politics And Government, Police Executive Research Forum, Misconduct and Shootings, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV


Driver Arrested After Crashing Into CHP Patrol Car In Sacramento, Running Away

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A driver got out and ran after running a stop sign and crashing into a California Highway Patrol officer’s vehicle in Sacramento, officers say. The incident happened near 18th and V streets early Thursday morning. CHP says an officer was patrolling the area when a black sedan ran a stop sign and crashed into the patrol car. The impact sent the patrol car into some other parked vehicles in the area. The driver got out and ran away from the scene, CHP says. That driver was lat...
Tags: News, California, Local, Sacramento, CHP, Sacramento News


Trump Is Politicizing the Pandemic. Governors Can Fight Back.

States need the federal government, and that has allowed Mr. Trump to indulge his worst tendencies.
Tags: Florida, News, Colorado, California, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mayors, Jay, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, New York State, Cuomo, Trump, Mike, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Inslee, Ron


United States: The California Stay At Home Order – Breaking It Down - Littler Mendelson

Updated March 23, 2020: On March 22, 2020, the Public Health Department revised the list of "Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers,"
Tags: News, California, United States, Littler Mendelson, Public Health Department


JPFO: NJ, CA Gun-store Closures Only a Symptom

An ATI Galeo rifle built from an Israeli Galil parts kit. U.S.A. -(AmmoLand.com)- The Jews For The Preservation of Firearms Ownership organization just released the following opinion piece outlining the dangers of recent political power-moves by anti-gun politicians and their ilk. While a bit over-the-top, it definitely outlines some great points, and showcases many of the reasons Americans should remain vigilant defending their rights. Check it out below. Officials lack legitimate powers; Why...
Tags: New York, Guns, California, America, Star Trek, New Jersey, Nra, U S Supreme Court, George Takei, Gun Rights News, Jpfo, ATI Galeo, The Preservation of Firearms Ownership


A record 10 million sought U.S. jobless aid in past 2 weeks

By CHRISTOPHER RUGABER WASHINGTON — More than 6.6 million Americans applied for unemployment benefits last week — doubling a record high set just one week earlier — a sign that layoffs are accelerating in the midst of the coronavirus outbreak. Combined with last week’s report that 3.3 million people sought unemployment aid two weeks ago, the U.S. economy has now suffered nearly 10 million layoffs in just the past few weeks — far exceeding the figure for any corresponding period on record. The st...
Tags: Florida, Congress, California, Washington, Sport, Soccer, United States, South Dakota, Ubs, Michigan, Disneyland, Kansas City, Economic Policy Institute, San Fernando Valley, Labor Department, Wilmington Trust


Is Construction an ‘Essential Business’ in L.A. County?

Thursday: Cities are struggling with ways to keep workers safe as they build homes. Also: A child psychiatrist offers advice.
Tags: News, California, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV


L.A. attorneys disbarred, suspended by the State Bar of California, Jan. 10-Feb. 29

    Los Angeles Superior Court Stanley Mosk Courthouse in Los Angeles. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)   The State Bar of California has released their latest names of attorneys who have been disbarred, suspended or placed on probation due to professional misconduct. Statewide, the Bar has disbarred 21 attorneys, suspended 53, placed 10 on probation and two attorneys on public reproval since January. Here is a list of attorneys in Los Angeles County who have been disciplined for pro...
Tags: California, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Beverly Hills, Lawyers, Local News, Compton, Los Angeles County, Torrance, San Fernando Valley, Van Nuys, State Bar, Pico Rivera, State Bar of California, Top Stories LADN


How One Couple Perfectly Blended Their Indian and Chinese Heritages Into Their Wedding Ceremony

Handwritten vows, a blend of cultures and lots of laughs were all a part of today's California wedding at the K2 Ranch. Designed and planned by Kaella Lynn Events, the day was full of the couple's Indian and Chinese heritages, all tucked into sunny Sonoma with fall-inspired colors and matching blooms by Amanda Vidmar. The couple danced the night away with a choreographed first dance and even fled the scene in a Rolls Royce getaway car. Take a peek below and see the full gallery here by the wonde...
Tags: California, Wedding, Sonoma, The Blog, Real Weddings, Amanda Vidmar, Kaella Lynn, Christina McNeil


Petitions of the week

This week we highlight petitions pending before the Supreme Court that address, among other things, whether police violate the Fourth Amendment when they conduct a suspicionless search of a probationer’s home, whether a defendant advancing a claim under Brady v. Maryland must demonstrate that he or she could not have uncovered the suppressed evidence through the exercise of due diligence, and whether there is a “good faith defense” to 42 U.S.C. § 1983 that shields a defendant from damages liabil...
Tags: Florida, Maryland, Supreme Court, Law, Gross, California, Washington, United States, Tennessee, New Jersey, Citibank, Faa, Mcgill, Brady, Florida Supreme Court, Strickland


United States: California Issues List Of Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers To Accompany The State's March 19 Stay-At-Home Order - Seyfarth Shaw LLP

On March 19, 2020, Governor Newsom ordered all workers to stay home unless they were needed at work to maintain continuity of operations of the federal critical infrastructure sectors.
Tags: News, California, United States, Newsom, Shaw LLP


United States: California Construction In The Time Of Covid-19 - Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton

Amidst the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, daily and sometimes hourly changes in federal, state, and local orders and regulations are significantly impacting the construction industry.
Tags: News, California, United States, Hampton


10 Silicon Valley Facts Every Entrepreneur Should Know

Silicon Valley – a fantastic moniker that conjures lots of images, right? That’s because, in real life, it’s also a fantastic place. And entrepreneurs and business people agree! But just how interesting is this place outside of its fancy reputation and name? The following are some of the most interesting facts about America’s most popular technology hub. 1. It Started with a Garage. I know. You’re sensing a pattern here. Microsoft? Disney? Harley Davidson? Dell? Like all those giant companies...
Tags: Startups, Facebook, Elon Musk, Usa, Microsoft, California, Disney, US, America, Palo Alto, Tim Cook, Silicon Valley, Dell, Travis Kalanick, Jack Dorsey, Hewlett Packard


Farmworkers, Mostly Undocumented, Become ‘Essential’ During Pandemic

Immigrant field workers have been told to keep working despite stay-at-home directives, and given letters attesting to their “critical” role in feeding the country.
Tags: Food, News, California, Fruit, Foreign Workers, Agriculture and Farming, United Farm Workers of America, Labor and Jobs, Central Valley (Calif, Migrant Labor (Agriculture, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV


Governors Might Not Be Able to Save Us, but They Can Raise Hell

States need the federal government, and that has allowed Mr. Trump to indulge his worst tendencies.
Tags: Florida, News, Colorado, California, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mayors, Jay, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, New York State, Cuomo, Trump, Mike, Federal Emergency Management Agency, Inslee, Ron


'What are you waiting for?' California governor appeals to 11 states that haven't ordered residents to stay home

Coronavirus deaths across the US have topped 5,000 and all but 11 states have issued sweeping orders for residents to stay home -- affecting nearly 90% of the country's population.
Tags: Health, California, US


Plea: 'What are you waiting for?' California governor asks 11 states that haven't issued 'Stay-at-home' orders

Coronavirus deaths across the US have topped 5,000 and all but 11 states have issued sweeping orders for residents to stay home -- affecting nearly 90% of the country's population.
Tags: News, California, US, Stories


104-year-old veteran's drive-by birthday celebration

When Ruth Gallivan couldn't go anywhere for her 104th birthday, dozens of neighbors and friends brought the party to her front door in San Diego, California. (SOUNDBITE) (English) HOLLY SHAFFNER, BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION ORGANIZER, SAYING: "Today we are celebrating the 104th birthday for World War II veteran Ruth Gallivan. We believe her to be the oldest living female veteran west of the Mississippi and certainly here in the state of California. She was one of the first marines here at MCAS (Ma...
Tags: News, Mississippi, California, World, San Diego California, Gallivan, Ruth Gallivan, HOLLY SHAFFNER, MCAS Marine Corps Air Station Miramar


Can You Fix Ventilators? A Fuel Cell Engineer Figures It Out

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — It was late when engineer Joe Tavi’s boss called with an odd question: Could their company, which makes fuel cells, learn how to fix a ventilator? California had a bunch of broken ones, and the governor had asked if San Jose-based Bloom Energy could repair them so coronavirus patients could breathe. Tavi, an engineer who grew up taking apart the family vacuum cleaner to see if he could put it back together, said he would sleep on it. But he didn’t sleep. Instead, he mad...
Tags: News, California, Ap, San Jose, Gavin Newsom, Sacramento Calif, Bloom Energy, TAVI, Society of Critical Care Medicine, Coronavirus, Joe Tavi, Susan Brennan


10 things in tech you need to know today

Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Thursday. SoftBank is backing out of its plan to buy $3 billion of WeWork shares, including nearly $1 billion from former CEO Adam Neumann. A special committee of WeWork's board has threatened to take legal action against SoftBank. YouTube is planning to launch an in-app rival to viral video-sharing app TikTok before the end of 2020. The feature, called "Shorts," will live as a feed inside the existing YouTube mobile app, meaning users ...
Tags: Apple, Google, Amazon, Europe, California, Softbank, Trends, Philippines, Sprint, Beverly Hills, University of Pennsylvania, Minecraft, WeWork, Jeff Bezos, Detroit, Financial Times


Coronavirus: Family emergency planning should take pets into account

Callie Acosta of Riverside gives love to her newly adopted Gizz-Moe, a 10-year-old, blind, shih tzu mix, at Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center on Wednesday, April 1, 2020. (Photo by Cindy Yamanaka, The Press-Enterprise/SCNG) Chairs are set up outside in case of a crowd at Mary S. Roberts Pet Adoption Center’s intake area in Riverside on Wednesday, April 1, 2020. “Visitors are following the six foot rule. Families are obviously staying together, but the others are doing good with following. ...
Tags: News, Dogs, California, La, Police, Animals, Pets, Sport, Public Health, Soccer, Lausd, Southern California, San Bernardino, Penelope, Riverside, Orange County Register


Nursing students want to help fight COVID-19. Give us a pathway to do so.

California is facing a health care emergency as we prepare for a surge of patients from the COVID-19 pandemic. COVID-19 cases threaten to overrun our hospitals and our health care system. That’s why Governor Gavin Newsom and his administration have scrambled to reopen mothballed hospitals, covert other facilities into makeshift treatment facilities and add to the healthcare workforce. Newsom should be commended for his leadership in authorizing the state’s agencies and licensing boards to take t...
Tags: New York, Texas, California, Opinion, Sport, Soccer, Gavin Newsom, Newsom, Guest Commentary, West Coast University, Ryane Panasewicz, Bureau of Registered Nursing


Teen Sets Up Makeshift Operation Making Face Shields For Doctors, Nurses

WEST SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – School may be out, but 16-year-old Zuriel Joven is actually busier than ever. The West Campus High School junior has spent his days isolating at home setting up a makeshift operation right in his bedroom. He designs, prints and pieces together face shields for doctors and nurses. He got the idea because both of his parents work in the medical field. “My mom tells me about how little protection they have in the hospital because there are really dire shortages in the hosp...
Tags: News, California, US, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, West Sacramento, Zuriel, Coronavirus, Ford Made Face Shields, CBS13 School, Zuriel Joven, West Campus High School, Joven Joven, Zane Jahnsen


Health Departments, Police Investigate Reports Of Social Distancing Violations At Parks

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Police and public health departments are fielding call after call about people ignoring social distancing at parks. The complaints mostly involve people playing pick up games and ignoring the six-foot social-distancing rule. Health officials are encouraging people to report violations to 311. But going to the park is the break a lot of people need right now, to keep from breaking. “You’ve got to keep your mental health. People are going to get real….it could be ugly,” said M...
Tags: News, California, Cdc, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Sacramento County, Parks, Placer County, McKinley Park, Sisson, Amy Sisson, Mark Richards, Coronavirus, Placer County Public Health Officer Basketball


California engineer ran train 'off the end of rail tracks' in attempted attack on USNS Mercy in Los Angeles, DOJ says

A California man faces federal charges after officials say he ran a train "at full speed off the end of rail tracks" near the U.S. Naval Ship Mercy.         [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, California, Usa Today, USNS Mercy in Los Angeles DOJ