Unmasked Crowd At Yuba City High School Basketball Game Leads to School District InvestigationIt’s a game-time decision for the Yuba City Unified School District: whether to change the rules on who can attend indoor sporting events.
Getting Answers: Will Postal Service Be Able To Keep Up With Demand Of COVID-19 TestsCalifornians are rushing to get their at-home Covid-19 tests but can the US Postal Service keep up with demand?
Getting Answers: How Many Hospitals Are Helping Fill COVID-19 Surge Needs?Hospitals across the region are getting help from the state by way of extra beds and staff.
COVID Hospitalizations Reach Record Heights In Sacramento CountyAs cases of the COVID-19 omicron variant continue to surge, hospital leaders are concerned with what that means for future treatment.
Getting Answers: Can You Get Reinfected With The COVID-19 Omicron Variant?Can you get re-infected with omicron? And is the variant on the rise, or is it going down?
Yuba City School Closes Due To 'Escalating' Number Of COVID-19 CasesButte Vista Elementary will be closed from January 14-18 due to 44 positive COVID cases, according to a Sutter County spokesperson.
Sacramento First Responders Say Pandemic Has Led To Longer Emergency Room Wait TimesThe pandemic has exposed many things when it comes to deficiencies in our health care care system, and one issue has reached the tipping point for first responders: wait times.
Getting Answers: Should You Get Omicron On Purpose To 'Get Over It?'As omicron, the less severe but more contagious variant, continues to spread, some wonder if intentionally getting the virus could help with boosting immunity.
COVID Policy Pivot: Elk Grove Unified Revises Process For Notifying Families Of Positive TestsThe Elk Grove Unified School District on Tuesday announced it will now e-mail parents about positive COVID-19 cases instead of making individual phone calls.
Getting Answers: Are Distance Learning, Paid Sick Leave Due To Make A Return?On Tuesday, some Sacramento City Unified families spent close to an hour in line waiting for their test at the district office. It's a necessary step for students to return to class and their families to return to work.
State Releases Guidance On Medical Workers' Return To Work After Positive COVID TestAs COVID-19 omicron variant cases spike in California, state public health officials are modifying when medical professionals can return to work if they test positive, but only under certain conditions.
Yolo County Hands Out More Home COVID Tests To Those Who Tested PositiveYolo County is handing out free at-home COVID-19 tests, but there is one catch: you need to test positive first to get one.
Los Rios Colleges Move To Online Instruction Through End Of January As Omicron Surge ContinuesLos Rios Community College District on Monday announced a move to temporary online instruction through the end of January due to the surging COVID-19 omicron variant.
Summer Gonzalez, CEO Of Sacramento-Area Chain Kiki’s Chicken Place, Dies From COVID-19The owner of Kiki’s Chicken Place has died from COVID-19.
UC Davis Students Have Mixed Reactions To Remote Learning ExtensionThe extension, announced Thursday, is in response to a growing number of COVID-19 cases due to the Omicron variant that has impacted staffing in "some crucial areas," according to UC Davis Chancellor Gary S. May.