Adam Beam, The Associated Press

Adam Beam

The Associated Press

Sacramento, CA, United States

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Recent articles by Adam:

New California abortion laws set up clash with other states

California Gov. Gavin Newsom has signed more than a dozen laws aiming to make California an abortion sanctuary state → Read More

California governor urges overhaul of Democrats' strategy

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California Gov. Gavin Newsom called for an overhaul of... → Read More

California governor travels to Texas amid feud with GOP

California Gov. Gavin Newsom is traveling to Texas amid a public feud with the state's Republican governor → Read More

California launches website promoting abortion services: ‘CA’s fighting back’

The new California website — abortion.ca.gov — includes information on different types of abortion and how to get one. → Read More

Planned Parenthood maps strategy to protect abortion rights

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — Planned Parenthood leaders from 24 states gathered in... → Read More

California and the West broil in record heat wave

A record-setting heat wave made life miserable in much of the West on Tuesday, with California stretching into its second week of excessive heat that taxed the state's power supply with record-setting demand and brought it perilously close to ordering rolling outages while people were desperately trying to stay cool. → Read More

California weathers heat wave without rolling blackouts

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — A brutal Western heat wave brought California to the verge of ordering rolling blackouts but the state’s electrical grid managed to handle record-breaking demand. The stat… → Read More

Fire-stricken California town has learned to live on edge

WEED, Calif. (AP) — The fire-stricken Northern California town of Weed has long been seen by passersby as a whimsical spot to stop along Interstate 5 and buy an ironic T-shirt, but residents say th… → Read More

Fire-stricken California town has learned to live on edge

The fire-stricken Northern California town of Weed has long been seen by passersby as a whimsical spot to stop along Interstate 5 and buy an ironic T-shirt, but residents say they've grown edgy in recent years due to a new danger: Dark skies, swirling ash and flames that race so quickly they leave little time for escape. → Read More

Fire-stricken California town has learned to live on edge

The fire-stricken Northern California town of Weed has long been seen by passersby as a whimsical spot to stop and buy an ironic T-shirt, but residents say they’ve grown edgy → Read More

Flashbacks: Charred California town no stranger to wildfire

Her home destroyed, dog missing, and 10-year relationship with her boyfriend recently ended – all Naomi Vogelsang could do on Saturday was sit outside of a Northern California wildfire evacuation center with $20 in her pocket, waiting for a ride to the casino. → Read More

California wildfire destroys 100 homes, other buildings

About 100 homes and other structures have been destroyed in a Northern California wildfire that put thousands under evacuation orders. At a briefing Saturday, fire officials said improved weather conditions → Read More

California wildfire destroys 100 homes, other buildings

About 100 homes and other structures have been destroyed in a Northern California wildfire that put thousands under evacuation orders → Read More

Thousands flee, several hurt as wildfire scorches California

WEED, Calif. (AP) — Thousands of people remained under evacuation orders Saturday after a wind-whipped wildfire raged through rural Northern California, injuring people and torching an unknown numb… → Read More

After fall of Roe, California expands abortion protections

California lawmakers have approved more than a dozen bills this year to make it easier for women to get an abortion → Read More

California bill to make vasectomies cheaper goes to governor

California lawmakers have voted to make vasectomies cheaper for men → Read More

Newsom’s mental health care plan for homeless advances

California Gov. Gavin Newsom’s controversial proposal to steer homeless people with severe mental disorders into treatment cleared the state Assembly on Tuesday and is on its way to becoming … → Read More

California OKs bill to protect workers who use pot at home

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California could soon become the seventh state to make sure people won’t lose their jobs if they smoke marijuana when they are off the clock. State lawmakers on Tuesday pa… → Read More

California to protect health benefits for young immigrants

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — About 40,000 low-income adults living in the country illegally won't lose their government-funded health insurance over the next year under a new policy announced Monday by California Gov. → Read More

California aims to make its own insulin brand to lower price

A vial of insulin cost $25 in 1995, back when Chris Noble was 5 years old and just learning how to manage his Type 1 diabetes with the help of his parents and his doctors. → Read More