Federal Judge Blocks Trump Administration from Ending Census Early

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One of the new Santa Clara County census kiosks that will be set up at COVID-19 pop-up testing sites. (Jana Kadah/Bay City News)

Federal Judge Blocks Trump Administration from Ending Census Early

A federal judge in San Jose has barred the Trump Administration from putting a halt to counting for the 2020 U.S. Census a month early. Judge Lucy Koh  issued a preliminary injunction preventing the administration from doing so.

Biden's Massive Lead Against Trump Continues in California

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The Monterey Jazz Festival Kicks Off Online This Weekend

This weekend, the Monterey Jazz Festival kicks off its 63rd season, but the pandemic has brought big changes to this California happening. For the first time in its history the Monterey Jazz Festival will be completely virtual this year.
Reporter: Michelle Loxton, KAZU 

"Who You Calling Slow?" Album Features Improvised Songs from People with Developmental Disabilities

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