Alone Together: Mother-Daughter Duo Help Connect Families With Loved Ones In The ICUA local woman and her daughter have come up with a way to connect families, especially during those final hours.
Sacramento Photo Booth Company Captures Holiday Cheer, One Selfie At A TimeAfter losing many events for their photo booths and adjusting to virtual options, Giggle and Riot Funhouse developed a new alternative: a selfie experience.
80-Year-Old Folsom Artist Takes Big Risk, Opens New Studio Amid PandemicTony Herbst is 80 years old and after three years of practice, he’s decided to open his own art studio.
Stockton Teen Starts Business Cleaning For Others In The CommunityTreyvon the high school athlete is now Treyvon the young businessman.
Elk Grove Barber Staying Afloat After Suffering Heartbreaking LossA local barber is trying to keep his business afloat under the most difficult circumstances. Not only is he dealing with COVID-19 disruptions, but also a heartbreaking loss.
Drive-Thru 'Burner' Art Festival Brings Hundreds Of People Practicing Social DistancingAs more places are getting closed and events are being canceled, one group is still trying to keep the spirit of summer alone with a drive-thru festival.
Pandemic Pay It Forward: Sacramento State Student Using Unemployment Stimulus Money To Help OthersA Sacramento State student isn't just reading or hearing about people in need, she's doing something about it.
Drive-In Country Concert To Be Held At Gold Country FairgroundsThe Gold Country Fairgrounds in Auburn is planning a drive-in concert next month. 
Martial Arts School Gets Creative After Being Forced OutsideA second round of shutdowns has hit businesses in counties across California, including indoor gyms facilities. One popular martial arts center has moved its operations outside.
With Indoor Dining Off The Table, Yuba-Sutter Fairgrounds Stepping Up To Help BusinessesThe Yuba-Sutter Fairgrounds are doing what they can to make sure local businesses in their area stay on their feet.
Long-Awaited Homecoming After Pandemic Travel Restrictions Keep Airmen DeployedThe Fourth of July couldn't come soon enough for Maritza Phillips.