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Capping off weeks of giveaways in a bid to convince more vaccine-wary residents to get inoculated against the deadly coronavirus, the state on Tuesday picked the 10 winners of California’s biggest COVID vaccine prizes — $1.
On the same day as California fully reopens its economy, 10 vaccinated people won winning $1.5 million each. The winners were drawn during an event at Universal Studios in Los Angeles that was as much a celebration about the lottery as it was to mark the end of California’s stay at home order.
Ten Californians including one Marin County resident were selected to win $1.5 million each in California’s COVID-19 vaccine lottery Tuesday, the final and largest in a series of cash prizes to encourage inoculations.
For the first time in more than a year Tuesday became the day California scrapped it's pandemic-era restrictions and returned to what became the closest thing to a pre-pandemic world. What officially ended as of June 15: the need for physical distancing,
The family of a missing San Diego-area woman who vanished in January voiced anger toward detectives who recently asked her friends and relatives to help with the investigation, nearly six months later.
A motorcyclist killed in a crash on a freeway transition bridge near downtown Riverside was identified Monday as a 31-year-old resident of the city. Derek Escarcega died about 4:45 p.m. Sunday on the eastbound Pomona (60) Freeway connector to the westbound Riverside (91) Freeway.
Drink plenty of water and stay in a cool place, preferably with an air conditioner, on Tuesday, June 15, which weather experts predict will the hottest day this week in many Southern California communities.
Riverside County Monday reported two virus-related deaths, 17 newly confirmed coronavirus cases and a slight increase in the number of COVID-positive patients hospitalized. The aggregate number of COVID-19 cases recorded since the public health documentation period began in March 2020 was 301,
Ahead of the anticipated full reopening of California on Tuesday, Governor Gavin Newsom and state tourism officials are holding a live briefing to announce plans to "jump start the recovery of the travel & tourism industry.