An ‘onslaught' of school protest aims to do what California’s government has struggled to achieve: keep students safe.
New state protocols allow health care workers who test positive but are asymptomatic to immediately return to work.
They understand the need to extend sick leave. They have the money. Do they have the will?
As the California governor heads into re-election mode, we examine his progress (or lack thereof) in several healthcare categories.
Just because medical institutions see another surge coming doesn't mean they're equipped to handle it.
Less than half of the state's nursing home residents have received the booster, which provides crucial protection against new variants.
The L.A. County Supervisor shares her own experience inside the state’s fractured medical system and the huge stakes in creating a better one.
Michelle Burton of the Social Change Institute talks about structural racism and its effect on generations of vulnerable communities.
The California Immigrant Policy Center's Sarah Dar makes the case for universal health care.
Venice Family Clinic's Elizabeth Benson Forer explains how the dramatic growth of her essential facility reflects the breakdown of our health care system.
Forty years into her career, RN Cathy Kennedy believes the poor and people of color will never get fair treatment until we make systemic change.
The mayor’s preemptive strike against the omicron variant is a stealth boon for businesses.
Though imperfect, the city's mandate shows promise for the likely holiday COVID surge.
The state is waiting for a federal court case to be resolved before implementing regulations meant to prevent further deaths.
While vaccine protests may draw media coverage, the mandates actually get results.
Democratic Assemblymember Ash Kalra is proposing a bill to jump-start the process, but Big Medicine will fight to kill it.
Expiring insurance waivers are sending out-of-pocket payments through the roof.
Politics have divided the state on masks and vaccinations, but there may still be hope for underserved communities.
A new UCLA study could help make EMS agencies more efficient throughout the state.
Again, Gov. Newsom contradicts past public safety orders and sides with political allies.