Two people are killed and four injured in an explosion at the Mojave Airport in California.
Two people were killed and four others seriously injured on Thursday in an explosion at an airport in the California desert, news reports said.
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- California passes a bill that will move the primaries to March near Super Tuesday.
- Key housing bills pass in California, the U.S. state with the highest number of people suffering from homelessness and poverty.
- California wants to schedule its primaries earlier than usual, possibly on March or Super Tuesday, to have much more influence in comparison to its weight and diversity and to help Californian candidates, such as Eric Garcetti and Kamala Harris.
- California Governor Jerry Brown signs a bill that will protect all California residents, regardless of their immigration status, from unnecessary detention and questioning; similar to those ordinances in sanctuary cities.
- California, Maine, Maryland and Minnesota sue the Trump administraion over the termination of DACA.
- California and San Francisco sue the United States Federal government over its opposition towards sanctuary cities.
- South Australia finalizes a deal with Tesla, spearheaded by tweets originating from CEO of Tesla Elon Musk, to install a battery system in the state. Tesla said in a statement that upon completion by December 2017, the system would be the largest lithium-ion battery storage project in the world, overtaking an 80 megawatt-hour power station at Mira Loma in California also built using Tesla batteries.
- Numerous U.S. states, including California, Mississippi, Kentucky and New York, reject requests for voter registration data from President Donald Trump's voter fraud commission.
- A heat wave strikes the Western U.S. states of Arizona, California, and Nevada. It is predicted to last until June 23.
- Four people, including the gunman, are dead, and six injured, after a man opens fire at people in a UPS building in the Potrero Hill neighborhood of San Francisco, California.