Major League Baseball welcomed spectators back to stadiums for regular season games for the first time since October 2019.
As COVID-19 vaccines roll out worldwide, InVixa is working on a new delivery method for a cholesterol-lowering drug to treat respiratory inflammation caused by the coronavirus.
A year into the COVID-19 pandemic, many entrepreneurs feel reasons for hope, both for their companies and the world at large.
In highway crash statistics, unemployment claims, anti-Newsom lawsuits and florist sales, these charts present a “before” and “after” picture of these last surreal, lonely, heartrending, life-ending and life-altering 365 days.
New moving data and intensifying housing bidding wars undercut fears of a California mass exodus. But some cities have been hit harder, and many rushed moves are difficult to track, obscuring COVID-induced migration.
California will send out roughly 5.7 million Golden State Stimulus payments of $600 to residents struggling to stay afloat during the pandemic. For most recipients, the money could come in as soon as a month.
A CalMatters data analysis reveals a wealth gap between students more likely to receive in-person instruction and those less likely to have that option.
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Several 2021 laws focus on issues related to COVID-19.
As new state grants, tax credits and federal loans roll out, small business owners say their survival will depend more on reopening rules, red tape and resolving unemployment chaos. What happens next will shape the state’s job market for years to come.