'It Makes It Never Ending For Victims:' Experts Say Cyberbullying Is Getting Worse With Online LearningUC Davis professor of Sociology Robert Faris says bullying is easier during the pandemic.
'Nuts, Unbelievable': Sacramento Hot Housing Shift Sees Simple Selling With Bumpy BuyingSacramento is more than a hot housing market, some realtors are calling it insane.
US Retail Sales Jump 5.3% In JanuaryRetail sales increased sharply last month, the Commerce Department said Wednesday, beating economists' expectations and marking their first increase since September.
Sacramento City Council Approves $31M Expansion Of Rental Assistance ProgramThe Sacramento City Council approved an expansion of emergency rental assistance Tuesday.
General Motors Settles With California For $5.75M Over Faulty Ignition SwitchesGeneral Motors Co. has agreed to a $5.75 million settlement with California regarding false statements the company made to investors about problems with its deadly ignition switches, Attorney General Xavier Becerra announced Friday.
Denver Tax Expert: Why You Can't Write Off Home Office Expenses On Your 2020 TaxesWith the coronavirus pandemic forcing many people to telecommute or work from home, some are hoping to write off some of those expenses like high-speed internet or printing costs. Unfortunately, one tax expert in Denver said that's not the case.
Fake N95 Masks Are Flooding The Market. Here's How To Tell The DifferenceBetween the time the pandemic began and the year ended, US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) seized over 14.6 million counterfeit face masks entering the US, the agency told CNN.
After Painful Loss, Davis Restaurant Gets $150K GoFundMe Boost From Customers To ReopenThe family lost its wife and mother to cancer and was forced to close Sam's Mediterranean Cuisine to help with her caretaking during COVID-19.
Gov. Newsom Signs Law Extending Eviction Protections Until JuneCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom signed a law on Friday that extends eviction protections through the end of June.
Stimulus Check Latest: Parents Could Receive Monthly Payments With Expanded Child Tax CreditDemocrats are reportedly drafting a plan to expand the Child Tax Credit, which could lead to monthly payments for millions of the neediest Americans.
'Tip Or Go Home': Graffiti Warfare In Sacramento Supports Restaurant WorkersMidtown Sacramento restaurant workers are seeing graffiti signs with messages that read “Tip 100% or go home” – a sentiment most workers agree with as the pandemic continues to impact the industry.
Californians To Vote In 2022 On Banning Sale Of Flavored Tobacco ProductsCalifornians will vote in 2022 on whether the state should ban the sale of flavored tobacco products, including flavored vaping cartridges.
California: OK To Use Moderna Vaccine After Illness ReportsCalifornia says it’s safe to resume using a batch of coronavirus vaccine after some people fell ill and a halt to injections was recommended.
More Than 760,000 Pounds Of Pepperoni Hot Pockets Recalled, May Contain 'Glass And Hard Plastic'Nestle is recalling more than 760,000 pounds of pepperoni Hot Pockets.
Stay-At-Home Order Lifted: Here's What Can Reopen In The Greater Sacramento RegionAfter more than a month of the regional stay-at-home order, most of the Greater Sacramento region moved back to the purple tier of reopening Tuesday.