California And Federal Government Agree To Wind Farm On Pacific CoastCalifornia and the U.S. government announced an agreement Tuesday to open up areas off the state's central and northern coasts to the first commercial wind energy farms on the Pacific Coast.
Sales Of Cosmetics, Teeth Whiteners Up As Masks Come OffThe masks are coming off, and for many, that means it's time to "face" a familiar goal: Looking our best.
Sun City Lincoln Hills Proposed Ban of Electric-Assist Bikes Faces BacklashA Lincoln 55-and-up community is proposing a ban on electric bikes on their trails. That has residents with mobility issues seeking to put the brakes on the ban before it goes into effect.
Many Sacramento Area Businesses Will Keep Mask Requirements Despite Relaxed CDC GuidelinesThe CDC announced new freedoms to not wear a mask as long as you are fully vaccinated, but after more than a year of restrictions, many businesses won't be getting rid of their rules anytime soon.
Chick-fil-A, Facing Sauce Shortage, Now Limiting Customers To 1 Dipping Cup Per ItemThe supply chain shortage just got fowl: Chick-fil-A is limiting the number of sauces it's giving out to customers because of limited stock.
44 Attorneys General Urge Facebook To Stop Plans For An Instagram For KidsFacebook's plans to launch a version of Instagram for children under the age of 13 continue to get backlash.
Pool Owners Could Pay Double For Chlorine This SummerSummer is around the corner, but anyone who is looking forward to a refreshing dip in the pool to cool off may be in for a big "shock." A chlorine shortage may make it more difficult for pool owners to buy the sanitizing tabs.
A ‘Sizzling Hot’ Pandemic Expansion For Sacramento's Burger PatchWhile many restaurants have struggled to stay alive during the pandemic, one Sacramento restaurant is expanding. Burger Patch, a plant-based burger business, that opened two years ago in midtown Sacramento has added two additional locations during the pandemic.
Paralyzed Davis Woman In Battle With Pension Giant CalPERS for Medical CareSara Granda is an attorney herself - and ironically works for California’s Department of Health Care Services.
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.
Reducing Your Environmental Footprint: How To Reuse, Recycle, Repurpose“We pull about a half a million tons a year of concrete out of the waste stream and repurpose it as gravel."
Free Bottled Water Coming To Thousands of Homes With Contaminated WaterPeople in some Stanislaus and Merced counties are being warned if their water comes from groundwater wells, it could be contaminated with harmful amounts of nitrate.
Signs Of Recovery As California Adds Jobs For 2nd MonthCalifornia employers added 119,600 new jobs in March, the second straight month of growth following a topsy-turvy year of enormous losses and inconsistent gains during an unpredictable pandemic.
Call Kurtis: Hanging Onto Gift Cards? Don'tViewers stuck with unspent Fry’s Electronics gift cared are trying to get their money back.
211K Pounds Of Ground Turkey Sold As Wegmans Or Nature Promise Brands Could Be Contaminated With SalmonellaThe U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) issued a public health alert for about 211,406 pounds of raw ground turkey products sold at Wegman's or as the Nature's Promise brand Saturday.