On this episode of WTF California, we are living in a state of hypocrisy from Governor Gavin Newsom to the Antioch City Council. Newsom preaches safety over COVID-19, however, he now is urging baseball to bring the All Star Game to the state. Meanwhile, Antioch City Council preaches bringing the community together, but fails to show up to any of the 12 Easter egg hunts put on by the Antioch police department—the irony here, they basically voted 4-1 against community participation with only Councilmember Lori Ogorchock showing up.
- Californians are headed to Texas. Why more people are moving to Lone Star State
More people appear to be leaving the Golden State for the Lone Star State. ABC13’s Jeff Ehling wanted to know why. Californians are headed to Texas.
- CFPB Proposes Mortgage Servicing Changes to Prevent Wave of COVID-19 Foreclosures
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) today proposed a set of rule changes intended to help prevent avoidable foreclosures as the emergency federal foreclosure protections expire. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and ensuing economic crisis, millions of families nationwide have suffered the loss of income and nearly 3 million homeowners are behind on their mortgages. The CFPB’s proposal seeks to ensure that both servicers and borrowers have the tools and time they need to work together to prevent avoidable foreclosures, recognizing that the expected surge of borrowers exiting forbearance in the fall will put mortgage servicers under strain.
- EXCLUSIVE: Neighbor’s racist rant against Chinese family caught on camera in San Jose
SAN JOSE, Calif. (KGO) — A San Jose couple is trying to raise awareness after a hate incident occurred right on their front porch.
- Southern California Man Charged With Throwing Rocks At Asian Woman, Child In Car
FULLERTON, Calif. (AP) — A Southern California man has been charged with throwing rocks at an Asian woman and her 6-year-old son as they drove down the street last month, authorities said Monday.
- Long Beach Convention Center expected to be used as shelter for migrant children
LONG BEACH, Calif. (KABC) — The city of Long Beach may soon allow its convention center to temporarily shelter up to 1,000 migrant children, city officials said Monday.
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