Cal Expo To Lay Off Over Half Of Its Full-Time EmployeesOver half of Cal Expo's full-time employees are being laid off due to huge financial losses, officials confirmed Friday.
Raging Waters At Sacramento's Cal Expo Cancels 2020 SeasonWith plenty of hot weather here to stay, don’t expect to cool off at Cal Expo as Raging Waters says it’s canceling its 2020 season.
Cal Expo’s Fourth Of July Fireworks Show Officially Canceled Over Coronavirus ConcernsCal Expo has officially announced that this year's Fourth of July fireworks celebration has been canceled.
Cal Expo Seeks Legalized Sports Wagering To Help With Money TroubleGambling on sports could be allowed in California as soon as next year if voters approve the move.
State Fair Is Canceled But You Can Still Enjoy Some Fair Food Favorites To GoThe California State Fair is selling a complete to-go California State Fair meal.
Coronavirus Testing: A Look At Sacramento County’s Drive-Thru TestingAs the coronavirus continues to spread in California, many still have questions about testing. 
Fighting Coronavirus: Two Dozen RV-Style Self-Quarantine Trailers Arrive At Cal ExpoApproximately two dozen RV-style trailers meant to help at-risk individuals self-quarantine during the coronavirus crisis have arrived at Cal Expo as part of Governor Gavin Newsom's plan to protect vulnerable populations during the outbreak, the City of Sacramento said.
'Prepare Now': Leaders Warn California To Get Ahead Of Coronavirus, Increase TestingLeaders in California are saying there still aren't enough coronavirus tests, so they're trying to get ahead of the virus, fast.
SacAnime Convention Kicks Off At Cal ExpoMore than 16,000 anime lovers are expected at the SacAnime Convention this weekend.
This Year's Global Winter Wonderland At Cal Expo Canceledholiday tradition thousands of Sacramentans enjoy every year is canceled.
Aquaman's Jason Momoa Coming To Sacramento Wizard World ConventionActor Jason Momoa, known for his roles as "Aquaman" and in "Game of Thrones," will headline the event on Saturday, Sept. 21.