Preparing Your Students For Possible Return To The ClassroomIf school returns in the fall, things certainly won't look the same with masks and social distancing requirements likely at districts across the Sacramento area. Though, enforcing that isn't always easy, especially with younger kids.
California Scrambles For More Firefighters Amid PandemicAs California enters wildfire season, the state is scrambling to find sufficient firefighters amid a coronavirus outbreak that has depleted the ranks of inmates who usually handle some of the toughest duties and caused a budget deficit that derailed plans to hire 600 new state firefighters and support personnel.
California Northern Counties Beginning To Feel COVID-19 BiteSome of California’s northern counties, which saw few cases of the coronavirus and were the first to begin reopening their economies, are cracking down again as the state’s rising tide of infections hits home.
Companies Tied To Top California Officials, Including Gov. Newsom, Get Federal AidBusinesses tied to California Gov. Gavin Newsom, Lt. Gov. Eleni Kounalakis and two of the state’s legislative leaders were among those that received federal loans aimed at keeping small businesses afloat during the coronavirus pandemic, records released Monday showed.
'Wear A Mask' Campaign Launched In Response To California Coronavirus SurgeGov. Gavin Newsom on Thursday announced the launch of a "Wear A Mask" public awareness campaign encouraging Californians to wear facial coverings as the state experiences a continued spike in coronavirus cases.
Gov. Newsom Orders Bars In Several Counties, Including San Joaquin, To CloseAs some counties report rising coronavirus cases, Gov. Gavin Newsom ordered bars in several California counties, including San Joaquin, to close Sunday.
Gov. Newsom Steps Up Urgency Of Virus MessagingCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom issued his sharpest warning yet on the rising coronavirus threat, announcing for the first time the state wanted a county to shut down again, pleading with residents to wear masks and reminding them that dozens of people are dying each day — 79 more reported Friday.
Judge: California Can’t Require Cancer Label For Weed KillerCalifornia can’t require a cancer warning label on Roundup, the world’s most widely used weed-killer, a federal judge ruled Monday.
The First Wave Isn't Over: Gov. Newsom Says Everyone Needs To Wear A Face MaskGov. Gavin Newsom says it's more important now than ever for everyone to wear face masks.
Guidelines And Exemptions To California's New Mask OrderWhere and when are masks required? Who is exempt? Here are the details of California's new mask order.
California To Allow Nail Salons To Reopen Starting June 19Some Californians will again be able to get a manicure, a new tattoo or enjoy a massage starting late next week under new state guidance issued Friday.
Pop Open A Bottle, California Wine Tasting Rooms ReopeningCalifornia wineries started uncorking their bottles and welcoming people back to their tasting rooms Friday as the state's $145 billion tourism industry gears up with hotels, zoos, museums and aquariums also allowed to reopen.
Socially Distant Fitness: Gyms Prepare For Reopening FridayGyms will be expected to follow state public health guidelines to keep facilities clean and maintain proper social distancing protocols.
African American Reparation Bill Passes California AssemblyA proposal to establish a task force to study and prepare recommendations for how to give reparations to African Americans passed the California Assembly on Thursday.
California Assembly Backs Repealing Affirmative Action BanA push to change California’s Constitution to let public universities and government agencies consider race when making admissions and hiring decisions passed its first test Wednesday as more than two-thirds of the state Assembly voted to put the question on the ballot in November.