KGTV: California Restaurants Rush To Staff Up As Reopening Nears
One restaurant owner told our sister station she needs to hire at least four more employees.
Traffic Deaths Are At Record Numbers. What's To Blame?
Experts blame rising traffic deaths on dangerous driving behaviors as well as inadequate infrastructure.By AP
President Biden Visits Arizona Computer Chip Site, Highlights Jobs
The Democratic president has staked his legacy in large part on major investments in technology and infrastructure that were approved by Congress.By Patrick Semansky / AP
10 Cars That Last The Longest (And 6 Are Toyotas)
A recent study analyzed more than 2 million cars to find out which may last the longest. Six Toyotas, two Chevys, a GMC and one Honda made the list.By AP
China Eases Anti-COVID Measures Following Protests
China is the last major country still trying to stamp out transmission of the virus while many nations switch to trying to live with it.By Ng Han Guan / AP
DOJ Subpoenas Election Officials In States Trump Disputed
Special counsel Jack Smith is overseeing investigations into the Capitol riot and Trump's frantic efforts to remain in power.By Charles Dharapak / AP
Aaron Judge Lands 9-Year, $360M Deal To Remain With New York Yankees
The free agent slugger will return to New York for $40 million per season, the highest average annual payout for a position player in the MLB.By FrankFranklin II / AP