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California will provide temporary tax relief and $500 million in aid to small businesses struggling because of coronavirus outbreak restrictions. Gov. Newsom on Monday announced the measures, which he says could be worth billions of dollars to businesses.
Dr. Scott Atlas, a science adviser to President Donald Trump who was skeptical of measures to control the coronavirus outbreak, is leaving his White House post. Atlas had no formal experience in public health or infectious diseases.
Local health officials expect a surge in COVID-19 testing after #Thanksgiving as travelers return from holiday gatherings. They are urging anyone who gathered over the holiday to get tested and #quarantine for 14 days to avoid a greater surge in cases.
This year's #CyberMonday promises to become the largest online sales day in history. During the peak hour of 8 pm to 9 pm Pacific, shoppers could spend $13 million per minute, according to Adobe Digital Insights, which tracks online spending.
There's been as much as a 70% increase from last year in people paying rent on a credit card, according to one analysis. "If the choice is debt or homelessness," said one 29-year-old in LA, "I'm going to go in as much debt as I can."
The 2020 Atlantic hurricane season ends today. The season broke plenty of records — including the most named storms in a season and the most U.S. continental landfalls by a named storm.
@SanDiegoPD tell KPBS the outcome of a controversial June 4 arrest will remain secret. The arrest, which was captured on video, shows a young woman being put into an unmarked van by a group of unidentified armed men.
The #SanFrancisco 49ers and other teams may need to find a temporary new home after #SantaClara County banned all contact sports from holding games and practices for the next three weeks in response to rising cases of the #coronavirus in the area.
Many members of the Uighur ethnic minority have fled persecution to Turkey, which they have traditionally viewed as a refuge. But now, many Uighurs in Istanbul tell NPR they fear China is pressuring Turkey to threaten them.
KPBS reporter @MaxRivlinNadler captured this video of hundreds of protesters marching through North Park and Hillcrest.
A super bloom of wildflowers is only days away in the Anza Borrego Desert following the recent rain
Wondering what all that fuzz is about downtown? It's the #ScienceMarchSD , & we've got all the deets:
A video from Thursday shows the arrest of a female protester downtown by several unidentified men. One of them says “If you follow us, you will get shot. Do you understand me?”