Huge Relief For Nail Salon Workers As State Gives Green Light To Reopen IndoorsCalifornia's reopening announcement Tuesday brought a huge relief for tens of thousands of salon workers who finally got the green light to reopen nail salons indoors.  
California Reopens More Businesses As Infections Hit Lowest RateMore of California was cleared to reopen additional businesses Tuesday, including most of the San Francisco Bay Area and one of Southern California's largest counties, as coronavirus infection rates have fallen to their lowest level of the pandemic.
Causing Coronavirus Confusion Again, CDC Flip-Flops On Guidance Regarding COVID-19 SpreadThe Centers for Disease Control and Prevention released and then retracted information regarding how coronavirus spreads from person to person.
California’s Response To Coronavirus Reaches Six-Month MilestoneSeptember 19 marks six months since the state’s economic shutdown.
Placer County Ends Local Health Emergency - What Does That Mean?The Placer County Board of Supervisors voted to end the "local health emergency" in the county, prompting the resignation of the county's health officer.
CDC Documents: States Should Prepare To Distribute COVID-19 Vaccines As Soon As Late OctoberThe US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has told public health officials around the United States to prepare to distribute a potential coronavirus vaccine as soon as late October. It also provided planning scenarios to help states prepare.
Gov. Newsom Clarifies COVID Eviction Protections And Unveils Website For Tenants, LandlordsThe "Housing is Key" campaign is meant to help struggling renters and landlords know their rights under the state's new housing laws.
Frenzied Final Day Brings Firsts For California LegislatureHundreds of newly passed California bills could be in jeopardy after most of the Republicans in the state Senate were forced to vote remotely for several days because of the coronavirus — a legally untested procedure legislative leaders expect will prompt a lawsuit in the coming weeks.
New Eviction Law Gives Some Relief To Renters Amid PandemicState lawmakers approved a bill that would ban evictions for tenants who did not pay their rent between March 1 through Aug. 31 due to the pandemic.
Sacramento Businesses Respond To Newsom's New Reopening PlanNew state plans incorporating a four-tiered system to reopening is bringing mixed opinions with excitement and concern from struggling business owners.
Auburn Mayor Asks State To Allow City's Businesses To Resume Indoor OperationsPlacer County is no longer on the state’s coronavirus watch list, and now, because of the unhealthy air, Auburn is asking for permission to allow businesses to resume indoor operations.
Sacramento Health Officials Consider Paying COVID-19 Patients $1,000 To Stay HomeStipends would be granted to those who do not qualify for unemployment or other assistance programs.
CBS13 Investigates: Agencies Giving Governor Misleading InformationThere appears to be a pattern of state agencies giving the governor incomplete or inaccurate information prior to his public press conferences.
Rancho Cordova Leaders Consider Sales Tax Increase To Make Up For Pandemic LossesIf voters approve it, the new sales tax would be 8.75%, the same as Sacramento city's tax, but a full percentage point higher than Sacramento County's sales tax.
Are Strike Teams A Success? State Points To Improvements In Imperial CountyCounty leaders there say they are looking for answers on what a strike team may look like.