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Take a look at some of this week's top news stories from across the state.
Gov. Gavin Newsom says individual counties can still implement stricter regulations if they choose.
A look at the latest stats related to the major fires burning across California. Plus, see a map of the fire locations as of Aug. 28.
The California Governor introduced a "game changing" ability to produce and process COVID-19 tests by partnering with PerkinElmer.
The Republican senator represents the 38th State Senate district, which encompasses most of inland San Diego County.
Kimberly Guilfoyle was among many speakers at the Republican National Convention Monday who deemed CA a chaotic land of oblivious leaders.
The justices in a separate ruling upheld Peterson's 2004 murder conviction.
A new ranking from Forbes lists the best employers in all 50 states. See which companies Golden State workers love the most.
"I was panicking trying to find water and I thought 'what do I have a lot of?'" Bud Light.
The Lucky Ones Ranch was home to a hodgepodge of 105 animals before it was ravaged by the LNU Lightning Complex fires.
An act of arson may have sparked an explosive fire that tore through the USS Bonhomme Richard at Naval Base San Diego last month.
Not long after thieves broke into a firefighter's truck and drained his bank account, a seemingly bogus fundraiser for him followed.
Stay out of evacuation zones, first responders warn. Bridges have collapsed, trees have toppled and more.
The Milwaukee Bucks' kicked off a league-wide boycott of NBA playoff games over the shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
The Mariners voted unanimously not to play in protest of the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha, Wisconsin.
Sharks captain Logan Couture said the incident occurred Tuesday night in Toronto while he was in public.