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'Golden State Killer' suspect pleads guilty to 13 murders, admits dozens of rapes

30 Jun 2020

SACRAMENTO, Calif. An elderly ex-policeman confessed on Monday to being the violent serial prowler known as the "Golden State Killer," pleading guilty to 13 murders and admitting to dozens of rapes and break-ins that terrorized California during the 1970s and '80s. | Video

Pandemic throws 'curve ball' at California wildland firefighters

29 Jun 2020

SANTA ROSA, Ca. The coronavirus pandemic has forced California officials to rethink how they train for and fight wildfires to avoid spreading the virus among firefighters and the public.

Trump wants California to let automaker Tesla reopen assembly plant

13 May 2020

FREMONT, California U.S. President Donald Trump on Tuesday urged that Tesla Inc be allowed to reopen its electric vehicle assembly plant in California, joining CEO Elon Musk's bid to defy county officials who have ordered it to remain closed. | Video

California county says Tesla may not reopen vehicle factory, stifling Musk's plans

09 May 2020

Tesla Inc "must not reopen" its vehicle factory in the San Francisco Bay area as local lockdown measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus remain in effect, the local county health department said on Friday.

Self-driving vehicles get in on the delivery scene amid COVID-19

30 Apr 2020

SAN FRANCISCO Self-driving cars, trucks, sidewalk robots and shuttles are rolling out of the labs and parking garages and onto American streets to help deliver groceries, meals, and medical supplies. | Video

California researchers test everybody in one town for coronavirus

21 Apr 2020

BOLINAS, Calif. Researchers began testing an entire town in northern California for the novel coronavirus and its antibodies on Monday, one of the first such efforts since the pandemic hit the United States. | Video

A day in the life of an Amazon courier on the frontlines of the U.S. pandemic

10 Apr 2020

DUBLIN, Calif. Excelso Sabulao delivers groceries for Amazon.com Inc in California so he can help provide his parents an income. Now, with endless interactions at stores and at homes during a pandemic, he worries his work will kill them. | Video

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