RSV cases are on the rise; Nazi salutes; Plummet Test Results: Top CA Stories

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Check out some of this week’s top news from around the state.

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California home prices, seller profits plummet: Report

ATTOM, a curator of nationwide real estate data, released its U.S. home sales report for the third quarter of 2022 on Thursday.

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CA student test scores plummet, especially in maths: achievement tests

While CA schoolchildren suffered less learning loss than other states, students still suffered greatly and the achievement gap widened.

Newsom Lambasts Valero’s 500% Profit Increase As Gas Prices Soar

The Democratic governor this week again called for penalizing price-fixing among major oil companies to fight high prices.

Community leaders, Gov. Gavin Newsom respond to anti-Semitic fliers

Community and state leaders spoke out after anti-Semitic fliers were found around Beverly Hills for the fourth time since 2021.

RSV cases on the rise in CA: 5 things you should know about the ‘triple’ threat

California hospitals are experiencing an unusually high number of admissions for respiratory syncytial virus, health experts say.

Governor Gavin Newsom visits Orange County to address homelessness

The Governor of the Golden State will visit SoCal today to attend the ribbon cutting of the new Unified Command Center in Orange County.

Timeline of CA payments to mitigate inflation; 15.8 million unprocessed payments

If you’re still waiting for your inflation relief payment, don’t worry. Here’s when it might arrive.

A strong earthquake was felt throughout the bay area

Here’s what the US Geological Survey has to say about the earthquake that shook the country as far away as Nevada.

6 birds test positive for bird flu in Orange County

The confirmed cases in Orange County come about a week after L.A. County health officials reported eight cases of bird flu.

Body Found Stuffed in Suitcase ID’d As Young Boy; 1 Arrested in SF

A body found in Indiana has been identified as an Atlanta boy. His mother and another person, both seen in CA, were identified as suspects.

a man in a clown mask accused of sexual assault; More victims are being sought

A 22-year-old man has been arrested on suspicion of sexually assaulting a woman and robbing another in the Inland Empire.

OC teacher arrested on suspicion of criminal offence: Report

Police were dispatched to Aliso Viejo High School on Wednesday after receiving reports that a substitute teacher had threatened to commit a crime.

Woman attacks home with pickaxe as grandmother, newborn Hide: Report

Wielding a large pickaxe, a 65-year-old woman terrorized a Pasadena home by smashing its windows.

Nazi Salutes Over 405, Kanye’s Rant: LA Struggles With Anti-Semitism

Los Angeles continues to struggle with anti-Semitism and racist hate speech in prominent places.

Kanye West walked out of Skechers HQ after showing up uninvited

Skechers executives have condemned his recent anti-Semitic actions and said they have no plans to work with West in the future.

This little piggy was stopped at the CA border and sent back home

Authorities are reminding travelers that some pets are not allowed into the US after a miniature pig was stopped at the border.

Wildfires put LA mountain lions at risk of death, UCLA study shows

After large fires like Woolsey, lions immediately saw their habitat shrink and were forced to venture into urban areas.

An unclaimed $38 million SoCal SuperLotto Plus ticket expires

The winning ticket was purchased at a Southern California 7-Eleven and matched all six numbers from the April 30 drawing.

The $1.5 million Powerball is being sold at a Bay Area gas station

The winning ticket holder has 180 days to claim their prize.

$1,556,855 Powerball ticket sold in SoCal

As the Powerball jackpot climbs to an estimated $800 million, one lucky player in Southern California is already a millionaire.

A mysterious glow lights up the sky over Southern California

The night sky light show could be seen from Mexico to Malibu to Nevada.

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