New Covid-19 mandate announced for state, health care workers - Sacramento Business Journal
State employees and health care workers will be required to show proof that they've been fully vaccinated against Covid-19, or else be tested weekly, Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Monday.
People with long-term COVID symptoms will be eligible for disability
WASHINGTON - President Joe Biden says that people grappling with the long term effects of COVID-19 will have access to disability protections.
Facebook is building its own 'village' in the Bay Area
Facebook is moving into a new industry: real estate developer.
Santa Clara: Eureka! opens its first new Bay Area restaurant in 5 years
It's been more than five years since Eureka! - a SoCal-born restaurant group featuring a scratch kitchen - expanded in the Bay Area beyond its two East Bay and two South Bay locations.
Forty Under 40 2021: Alfredo Villanueva, Stoel Rives - Portland Business Journal
Name: Alfredo Villanueva
Company: Stoel Rives
What the company does: Business law firm
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The Prince of Wales and Jony Ive launch the Terra Carta Design Lab
Former Apple designer Jony Ive has teamed up with The Prince of Wales to launch an initiative that will encourage Royal College of Art students to propose designs that tackle climate change.
Malware Makers Using Exotic' Programming Languages
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Polyglot malware authors are increasingly using obscure programming languages to evade detection.
Pro-Israel PAC Has Spent Nearly $1 Million to Try to Sink Nina Turner's Campaign
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Activists File Lawsuit to Halt Construction of National Grid Natural Gas Facility in Greenpoint | Brownstoner
Environmental activists have filed a lawsuit to halt the construction of National Grid's natural gas facility in Greenpoint, saying the project is in violation of state environmental law.
LAFD received complaints that a top official was drunk on duty. Some say it was covered up
In May, as the Los Angeles Fire Department was battling the Palisades blaze, Chief Ralph Terrazas received a report that his top administrative commander appeared to be under the influence of alcohol or drugs while on duty at the agency's headquarters, where he was overseeing its operations center, The Times has learned.