- Good Day's Coloring PagesHere's something fun you can do while inside!
- Virtual BandNewSongs has adapted online options for music students in the area!
- Door-To-Door Auto Service Fix Auto Orangevale Collision is still open for business!
- Open For Biz: Campelli's Pizzaampelli's in Roseville has adjusted to their new normal without a problem.
- Coronavirus & MoneyJeff Bangerter, of Bangerter Financial Services, Inc. answers important money questions.
Reuse Art ChallengeReCreate is a nonprofit Creative Reuse nonprofit located in Roseville, and they believe that every single day people toss potential art materials! They want to show parents how they can create a box of supplies that can keep their family entertained for hours.
Spring CleaningThe spring season is upon us! There is no better time to refocus and get started on spring cleaning, while practicing social distancing! We are catching up with the owners of The Maids of Folsom, where they will share tips and guidelines of disinfecting the entire house!
Maintaining Battery HealthFamilies in Sacramento are staying home from school, work, and practicing social distancing. Norma Riley is a franchisee of Batteries Plus Bulbs will discuss tips for maintaining battery life on their devices including charging batteries to 80%, updating apps and ensuring the device doesn't overheat!
To-Go Cocktails Helping Keep Restaurant Industry AfloatRestaurants with liquor licenses can now sell cocktails to go.
State Parks Take New Steps To Thin Large Crowds At Popular Recreation Areas State park officials said many of their facilities saw record visitation last weekend, making it impossible for people to properly social distance.
Coronavirus Update: Army Corps Says Sleep Train Arena Could Become 360-Bed Field HospitalThe old Sleep Train Arena will be turned into a field hospital, according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Governor Bringing In Thousands Of Medical Tents: Where Are They Going?Governor Newsom promising to bring thousands of additional hospital beds to the state to prepare for sick patients.
California Restaurants Say 30% To Close Without State AidAs many as 30,000 California restaurants could close permanently because of coronavirus restrictions that have shuttered dining rooms and led to widespread layoffs, the industry warned Friday.
Coronavirus Relief Package: How Much Money Will You Get, And When?The $2 trillion stimulus bill includes payments for most Americans. Here's how to figure out how much you'll receive.
'We Need Waaaaay More Of This': FedEx Worker Shares 'Thoughtful' Care Package For Delivery DriversFedEx workers are the usually ones leaving packages on our porches, so it came as a bit of a surprise when a driver found a box left for couriers on a front porch in Glendale, Arizona.
'It Is Not Going Good:' Boy Writes Hilarious Critique Of Mom's Homeschooling SkillsA stay-at-home mom in Kentucky learning the hard way that home schooling her kids during the coronavirus pandemic is not going to be easy.
'Makes Me Mad': Young Adult Tests Positive After Attending 'Coronavirus Party,' Says Kentucky Governor Andy BeshearSome young adults in Kentucky decided to hold a "coronavirus party" and now at least one of the people at the party has tested positive for COVID-19.
'Might Be Losing My Mind': Coronavirus Cabin Fever Leading Many To Vent Frustrations On Social MediaWith millions of Americans in lockdown to help stop the spread of the coronavirus, it's inevitable that some of us are starting to go stir crazy after a few weeks.