Shortage Of Workers To Fill Jobs Leading To Higher Costs For ConsumersOn the road to reopening, more jobs are hitting the market. But there may be more jobs than people who want to take them.
Stockton Hopes To Draw In Visitors By Highlighting Its Instagrammable LocationsStockton is part of the 209 that some think has gems worthy enough to visit for Instagram.
Calvary Cemetery in Citrus Heights ExpandingThe deadly results of the pandemic are forcing a local cemetery to expand. With a backlog in funerals and cremations, the need has never been greater. 
California Legislature Approves Significant Tax Break For Small BusinessesThe California Legislature approved a major tax break for small businesses on Monday, voting to give up as much as $6.8 billion in revenue over the next six years so that struggling business owners can have smaller bills.
Gov. Newsom Seeks To Ban Fracking In California By 2024Gov. Gavin Newsom said Friday he will halt all new fracking permits in California starting in 2024, using his executive authority to take on the state's powerful oil and gas industry in a year he will likely face voters in a recall election.
TurnSignl App Aims To Help Everyone Get Home Safely After Traffic StopsDaunte Wright's deadly encounter with police started with a traffic stop that escalated. A group from Minnesota wants to change that with a new cellphone app.
Gisele Bundchen Joining DraftKings As 'Special Advisor'Gisele Bundchen is joining DraftKings as a special advisor.
Gold Rush Return To Grass Valley? Company Works To Reopen Idaho-Maryland Mine, But Protesters OpposeIt's been decades since gold country in California has been actively mined, but a Canadian company wants to change that in Grass Valley.
‘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.
Cheesesteaks, French Fries To Power Philadelphia? New Partnership Turning Restaurant Grease Into Green EnergyLifecycle Renewables and Vicinity Energy will recycle more than one million gallons of restaurant waste each year.
Developers Want To Transform Former Natomas Sports Club Into High-End Apartment ComplexThe beloved Natomas Sports Club that closed during the pandemic may soon see a major transformation as developers want to turn it into a high-end apartment complex with plenty of space to work from home.
FDA Completes Inspection Of J&J Vaccine Maker Emergent BioSolutions, Cites Concerns Over Cross-Contamination, SanitationThe U.S. Food and Drug Administration has completed its inspection of the Baltimore-based Johnson & Johnson vaccine maker Emergent BioSolutions Tuesday and "cited a number of observations concerning whether the facility’s processes met our requirements and standards."
Sacramento Passes Ordinance Cracking Down On Massage Businesses Peddling SexSacramento city leaders on Tuesday passed an ordinance cracking down on illegal massage businesses.
Business Districts Say Fewer Restrictions On Criminals Are Driving Out BusinessSacramento County businesses say California's no bail policy and looser chronic-nuisance-offender policies are destroying their livelihoods
Some Sacramento Theaters Remaining Closed Despite Being Allowed To ReopenSome theaters say it doesn't make sense financially to reopen for much smaller audiences