2021 California State Fair Postponed, But Organizers Hope For ‘Slimmed-Down’ Version Later In The Year
‘I Don’t Want To Do It Without Him’: The Boardwalk, Iconic Orangevale Music Venue, For Sale After Owner’s DeathIt’s the end of an era for a Sacramento-area music venue where some of the greatest rock bands played.
Gov. Newsom Pushes Full California Public School Reopening by Fall As Many Districts ResistGov. Gavin Newsom's administration said Wednesday that all California schools should reopen when the new academic year begins next fall, though his guidelines remain merely an expectation rather than a mandate.
California Lifts Attendance Limits On Houses Of Worship In Wake Of High Court RulingCalifornia on Monday lifted its limits on indoor worship services in the face of U.S. Supreme Court rulings that struck down the coronavirus public health mandates.
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.
Thunder Valley Casino Holds Job Fair As Employers Scramble For CandidatesA local casino is looking for dozens of full and part-time workers amidst a labor shortage.
Gov. Newsom, Lawmakers Reach Deal To Get California Children Back In ClassroomsGov. Gavin Newsom and state legislative leaders have reached an agreement aimed at getting most California public schoolchildren back in classrooms by the end of March.
It Took California 6 Months To Hit 10K COVID Deaths, But Barely 1 To Go From 20K To 30KThe U.S. is entering the second month of the biggest vaccination effort in history with a major expansion of the campaign, opening football stadiums, major league ballparks, fairgrounds and convention centers to inoculate a larger and more diverse pool of people.
California COVID Deaths Top 30,000 After Deadliest Weekend On RecordCalifornia has hit another grim coronavirus milestone. Data from John Hopkins University on Monday showed the nation’s most populous state has recorded more than 30,000 deaths since the pandemic started nearly a year ago.
How Coronavirus Ravaged America's Nursing Homes: 'We've Gone From Long Term Care To Carnage In Five Months'Nursing homes all over the country were ravaged by COVID-19. AARP's Elaine M. Ryan shares her thoughts on the failures in care that occurred for seniors and the future of nursing homes.
With Loan Money Gone, Restaurants Are At Mercy Of VirusThe check has arrived and beleaguered restaurant owners across America are looking down on their empty wallets.
Santiago Cruz, Inmate Serving 125-Years-To-Life In Prison, Released Due To CoronavirusA California inmate who was serving a 125-year-to-life sentence for arson and making threats to rape and kill is being released from prison because of COVID-19.
South Lake Tahoe Closing Boat Ramp To Discourage Visitors Possibly Spreading CoronavirusIn the wake of a recent spike in COVID-19 cases in South Lake Tahoe, the city announced Wednesday it would be closing its boat ramp.
Maroon 5 Postpones Summer Tour, Concord, Mountain View ConcertsMaroon 5 has joined the growing list of artists canceling their summer tours due to the coronavirus pandemic. The group was scheduled to play Concord Pavilion on August 22 with Meghan Trainor.
Coronavirus Impact Report: Americans Have Driven 60 Percent Less Since Stay-At-Home Order BeganEfforts to slow the spread of the coronavirus have led to 60 percent less driving in the U.S. since the shelter-at-home order began. As a result, vast amounts of greenhouse gases have been cut but so have millions of dollars in gas-tax revenues.