Baseball’s Back! Opening Day Brings A's Fans Back To ColiseumAmerica’s national pastime is back after a year with no fans during the pandemic. Opening day across the country included families from our area making the trip to see the Oakland A’s home opener at the Coliseum.
Road To Recovery: Stanislaus County Opens Up Vaccines To Those 16 And UpIt was a big step forward across California on the road to recovery from the pandemic as anyone 50 and up was made eligible to get the vaccine as of Thursday.
For Sacramento-Area Residents, Getting The COVID Vaccine Calls For PersistenceGetting vaccinated is about to become more difficult as the number of doses continues to shift amid growing eligibility standards.
Local Organizations Vaccinate 200 Farmworkers, Promise More Vaccine Equity To ComeOn the eve of Cesar Chavez Day, a local organization is making a major push to get farmworkers vaccinated in Sacramento County.
Emails Show Placer County Government Strife Over Sheriff’s Decision to Announce Man’s Death After COVID VaccinesNewly obtained emails show placer county officials clashing over the death of a man hours after he received a COVID-19 vaccine.
San Joaquin County Considers Incentives In Exchange for COVID TestsCash for COVID tests? That's the plan San Joaquin county is considering in an effort to change tiers. The county hasn't been able to leave California's most-restrictive purple tier for months. The reason, they've learned, is not enough people are being tested.
Pandemic Pettiness: Sacramento Neighbor Receives ‘Shock Collar’ in Anonymous Amazon DeliveryA Sacramento woman called out an anonymous neighbor for sending her an Amazon delivery with a shock collar for her barking dog.
COVID Vaccinations Could Cause False Positive Readings Of MammogramsWhen she found a lump in her left breast during a routine self-check, Boston primary care physician Dr. Devon Quasha knew exactly what to do. She immediately scheduled a diagnostic mammogram and ultrasound at Massachusetts General Hospital for early January.
Score One For Re-Opening; Sacramento River Cats Baseball Season ReturnsSacramento Rivercats games will begin again this year — and fans will be allowed in the stands.
In-Person Prison Visits Stopped Due To COVID Pandemic Will Soon ResumeCalifornia state prisons will soon resume limited in-person visits with inmates more than a year after they were halted because of the coronavirus pandemic, officials said Tuesday.
California COVID Cases Keep Falling And More Businesses ReopenCalifornia’s improving coronavirus numbers continued their downward fall, leading to Tuesday’s announcement that much of the San Francisco Bay Area can reopen to a greater degree and that now 94% of the state’s population is out from under the most severe restrictions.
California Health Officials Reverse Ban On Cheerleaders At High School Sporting EventsCheerleaders will be allowed at outdoor sporting events, California health officials announced Friday.
Movie Theaters Reopening In Sacramento RegionEnjoying your favorite flick could mean getting off the couch and calling a few friends for an in-person movie experience.
Pres. Biden Outlines Plan To Have All Adults Vaccine-Eligible By May 1President Joe Biden is outlining his plan to make all adult Americans eligible for vaccination by May 1 and get the nation back "closer to normal" by the Fourth of July.
California Allowing Theme Parks, Ball Parks And Stadiums To Reopen With Strict Limits On April 1Californians will soon be able to go to Disneyland, baseball games and even outdoor concerts again soon.