CBS13 Investigates: Why Most California Parents Can't Use Paid Family Leave For School ClosuresThe federal Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) was supposed to provide Paid Family Leave to parents when schools or childcare centers closed due coronavirus. However, research shows most working Californians don't qualify for the federal benefits.
California Youth Sports Guidelines Finally ReleasedCalifornia's official youth sports guidance, released Monday night by the California Department of Public Heath, finally provides permission for a restricted return to youth sports.
CBS13 Investigates: Does Governor's 'Great Plates Delivered' Program Deliver On Promises?According to data obtained by CBS13, fewer than half of the participating cities and counties are providing the full 21 meals a week.
CBS13 Investigates: Putting The Antibody Test To The TestBy now, you've likely heard some of those tests can be inaccurate, so is it still worth getting one?
What's Behind The Coronavirus Testing Shortage?A nationwide coronavirus testing shortage has forced several Sacramento testing sites to temporarily shut down. So what's behind this shortage, and why are we just hearing about it?
State Flip-Flops On Youth Sports: No Team Drills Or Conditioning Allowed In Any CountyFrom high school football to soccer clubs, many kids are back to team drills and training. But the state tells CBS13 those teams are violating state health orders and could be guilty of a misdemeanor.
California Drivers With Licenses Expiring Before May 1 Get Deadline Extension Due To CoronavirusCalifornia drivers whose licenses are set to expire between now and May 1, 2020 will get an extension, due to the coronavirus.
Coronavirus Unemployment: CBS13 Answering Frequently Asked QuestionsFrom EDD’s state unemployment to the $600 federal stimulus unemployment, to the new pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC) program, the guidance is changing by the day, and the most common question we get is: "When will I get my money?"
Coronavirus Unemployment: How Many People Are Really Getting Checks?The Employment Development Department (EDD) has processed more than 2.5 million unemployment claims but that doesn't mean 2.5 million people are getting the unemployment payments that they need to survive.
Coronavirus Unemployment: $600 Checks On The Way - For SomeCalifornians who are already getting unemployment from the EDD are about to get a big bump in their bi-weekly checks. But for the millions who don’t qualify for state unemployment, it's still not clear how or when the EDD will get them the money they are entitled to.
Coronavirus Unemployment: What if You’re Furloughed Or Your Hours Are Reduced?If you are furloughed without pay, you’re entitled to full unemployment, just like anyone else out of work. And if you’re furloughed with partial pay, you may qualify for partial benefits.
Coronavirus Unemployment Application Problems: Lessons Learned So FarSome of the first people who filed for unemployment during the pandemic are getting their claims approved — and denied.
Coronavirus Unemployment Concerns: EDD Printing Errors?As if applying for unemployment wasn’t nerve-wracking enough, CBS13 has learned of printing errors on some letters from the Employment Development Department (EDD) that are causing confusion, undue stress and potentially compromising peoples identities.