Local Establishments Continue To Get Creative With Business Models During Coronavirus PandemicThese businesses are adjusting to the unknown like many of us.
Communicating Amid Coronavirus: FBI Warns Video Meeting Users Of ‘Zoom-Bombing’Just when you thought it was safe to video conference without interruption, law enforcement is warning people of "Zoom-bombing."
San Joaquin County Fair Canceled Over COVID-19 ConcernsThe San Joaquin County Fair will not happen this year due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Deputies Investigating Fatal Shooting In Sacramento CountyDeputies are investigating after a man was reportedly shot and killed in a Sacramento County neighborhood early Monday afternoon.
Man Suspected Of Trying To Break Into Closed Roseville Business Through RoofA man is under arrest after officers say he tried to burglarize a Roseville business over the weekend by coming through the roof.
SUV Drives Through Front Of Petsmart On Florin Road Near Highway 99Two people have been injured after a vehicle crashed into the front of a business in the 7200 block of Florin Mall Road.
How To Help Food Insecure Children As Schools Stay Closed Over CoronavirusOn any given day, the National School Lunch Program provides low-cost or free lunches to 29.7 million children. But the coronavirus pandemic is shutting down schools and parents are scrambling to find ways to feed their hungry kids.
Jackson Rancheria Casino Extends Temporary Closure Amid Coronavirus, Cuts 275 JobsThe Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort is extending their temporary closure indefinitely amid the coronavirus pandemic.
A’s Minor League Coach, A Former Stockton Ports Manager, On Ventilator After Testing Positive For CoronavirusA longtime coach in the Oakland Athletics minor league system has tested positive for coronavirus and is on a ventilator, his family says.
Bicyclist In Critical Condition After Being Struck By Vehicle In West SacramentoThe West Sacramento Police Department said a bicyclist is in critical condition after being hit by a vehicle on Jefferson Boulevard.
Coronavirus: Shoppers Notice More Used Protective Items Littering Store Parking LotsRebecca Beuttel said she’s been seeing plenty of people protecting themselves at stores in Roseville during the coronavirus pandemic. She told CBS13 not everyone is disposing of their protective masks, gloves and disinfectant wipes into garbage cans.
Protection Against Coronavirus: Makeshift Operation Making Medical Shields For Free For Sacramento Healthcare WorkersDoctors and nurses put out the call for more protective gear as they treat a growing number of coronavirus patients and Alan Puccinelli stepped up to make it happen by pulling together a makeshift operation to create thousands of face shields for Sacramento hospitals.
Vacaville Police Arrest Man They Say Led Officers On High-Speed Chase In Stolen CarThe Vacaville Police Department said they arrested a man who led officers on a high-speed chase in a stolen vehicle from Vacaville to El Sobrante while traveling at speeds exceeding 110 miles per hour.
Domestic Calls Skyrocket As Coronavirus Forces Victims Inside With AbusersVictim advocates say now is the time for neighbors to step up and look for any signs of stress or abuse next door.
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 Impact: Nonprofits Face Future Financial StrugglesA crisis period like the coronavirus is the time when local non-profits may be needed the most. Hundreds of community members have stepped up to help local food banks with their free time.
Airport Ghost Town: Many Flights Canceled As California Is Told To Stay HomeIn wake of the coronavirus pandemic, flights are being canceled left and right, passengers are staying away, and the immediate future of travel is very much up in the air.
First Confirmed Coronavirus Case Announced In Colusa CountyThe Colusa County Public Health Department on Friday announced the county's first confirmed case of coronavirus, an "older-aged individual with underlying health conditions and history of international travel."
SMUD Extends Suspension Of Power Shutoffs Due To Non-Payment Through April 17SMUD announced in a news release on Friday that they will be extending their suspension of power shutoffs due to non-payment until April 17 as the number of confirmed coronavirus cases continues to grow.
California Cities Could See Coronavirus Outbreaks As Bad As NYC, Officials SayLos Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti had a grim warning about the coronavirus pandemic for cities in California and across the country.
Rocklin Restaurant Giving Out Free Pizza To Families Struggling Through Coronavirus PandemicA Rocklin pizza place is stepping up to help the community.
North Highlands Man Reportedly Hit, Killed Grandfather With Baseball BatA North Highlands man reportedly struck and killed his grandfather with a baseball bat Thursday night.
Experts: Sacramento Could Be The First Economy To Bounce Back After CoronavirusExperts say Sacramento’s economy could be the first to bounce back from COVID-19
Protecting Workers: Elk Grove Company Making 'Sneeze Guards' For Grocery StoresA new layer of protection is coming to a store near you. Large acrylic panels are being installed at thousands of grocery stores across the country.
Hoarding Hits Local Veterans Struggling For SuppliesAs people continue stockpiling, facilities that help veterans in need are scrambling for the basics.
House Calls: Hairdressers Split On How To Make Ends Meet During Coronavirus ClosuresKeeping up your appearance in isolation is something many have accepted to be impossible right now. Whether it be about hair, nails or lashes, others wanting to look and feel good and are going to great lengths to make it happen.