How To Help Food Insecure Children As Schools Stay Closed Over CoronavirusOn any given day, the National School Lunch Program provides low-cost or free lunches to 29.7 million children. But the coronavirus pandemic is shutting down schools and parents are scrambling to find ways to feed their hungry kids.
Coronavirus Update: Gov. Newsom To Announce Initiative To Help Healthcare WorkersGov. Gavin Newsom will join workers on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic on Monday as he’s expected to announce a major initiative that could also help California's healthcare workforce.
Jackson Rancheria Casino Extends Temporary Closure Amid Coronavirus, Cuts 275 JobsThe Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort is extending their temporary closure indefinitely amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus: Shoppers Notice More Used Protective Items Littering Store Parking LotsRebecca Beuttel said she’s been seeing plenty of people protecting themselves at stores in Roseville during the coronavirus pandemic. She told CBS13 not everyone is disposing of their protective masks, gloves and disinfectant wipes into garbage cans.
COVID-19: Makeshift Operation Cranking Out Medical Shields For Free For Sacramento Healthcare WorkersDoctors and nurses put out the call for more protective gear as they treat a growing number of coronavirus patients and Alan Puccinelli stepped up to make it happen by pulling together a makeshift operation to create thousands of face shields for Sacramento hospitals.
Coronavirus Impact: CA State Parks Closes Vehicle Access At All 280 SitesCalifornia State Parks announced Sunday that vehicular access will temporarily be closed at all 280 state parks to prevent the spread of coronavirus after experiencing a surge of visitations at many sites.
Trump Extends Coronavirus Social Distancing Guidelines Until April 30President Trump announced Sunday the nationwide social distancing guidelines will remain in place until April 30, saying the "peak" of the coronavirus pandemic is expected in two weeks.
FDA Authorizes 15-Minute Coronavirus TestFederal health officials approved a coronavirus test that can provide results in less than 15 minutes, using the same technology that powers some rapid flu tests.
California Prepares For Coronavirus Surge In Week AheadCalifornians endured a weekend of stepped-up restrictions aimed at keeping them home as much as possible while hospitals and health officials scrambled Sunday to ready themselves for a week that could see the feared dramatic surge in coronavirus cases.
Old Ventilators To Be Refurbished To Fight Against CoronavirusGovernor Gavin Newsom and San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo on Saturday took a tour of Sunnyvale company Bloom Energy where hundreds of old ventilators the state had in storage are being refurbished as part of the fight against coronavirus.
Sacramento Lottery Field Employee Tests Positive For CoronavirusA California Lottery field employee has tested positive for COVID-19 and now staffers are concerned hundreds of others may be at risk.
Fight Against Coronavirus: Save Mart Companies Installing Plexiglas Shields At Store Registers Throughout California, NevadaThe Save Mart Companies announced that they will be installing Plexiglas shields at Save Mart, FoodMaxx and Lucky store registers throughout the state to add an extra layer of protection between cashiers and customers amid the coronavirus outbreak.
California Lawmakers Plead: Fight Virus, Don't Pack BeachesWith cases of coronavirus surging and the death toll surpassing 100, lawmakers are pleading with cooped-up Californians to spend a second weekend at home to slow the spread of infection.
Yuba County Food Bank To Deliver 3 Days A Week To Those At-Risk To CoronavirusThe Yuba-Sutter Food Bank said they will continue to deliver three days a week to residents considered most at-risk to coronavirus.
Domestic Calls Skyrocket As COVID-19 Forces Victims Inside With AbusersVictim advocates say now is the time for neighbors to step up and look for any signs of stress or abuse next door.
Coronavirus Updates: COVID-19 Headlines & Developments On March 27, 2020Here are the latest news updates on the coronavirus on March 27, 2020.
To-Go Cocktails Helping Keep Restaurant Industry AfloatRestaurants with liquor licenses can now sell cocktails to go.
State Parks Take New Steps To Thin Large Crowds At Popular Recreation Areas State park officials said many of their facilities saw record visitation last weekend, making it impossible for people to properly social distance.
Coronavirus Update: Army Corps Says Sleep Train Arena Could Become 360-Bed Field HospitalThe old Sleep Train Arena will be turned into a field hospital, according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Governor Bringing In Thousands Of Medical Tents: Where Are They Going?Governor Newsom promising to bring thousands of additional hospital beds to the state to prepare for sick patients.
California Restaurants Say 30% To Close Without State AidAs many as 30,000 California restaurants could close permanently because of coronavirus restrictions that have shuttered dining rooms and led to widespread layoffs, the industry warned Friday.
Coronavirus: When Will You Get Your Unemployment Payment?Under normal circumstances, it takes three weeks to get your first payment from the EDD after filing, and they hope to stick to that. At the current rate, it could take 5 weeks.
2 Manteca Firefighters Test Positive For Coronavirus After Being Exposed To COVID-19 PatientTwo Manteca firefighters have tested positive for coronavirus, according to city officials.
Coronavirus Impact: Nonprofits Face Future Financial StrugglesA crisis period like the coronavirus is the time when local non-profits may be needed the most. Hundreds of community members have stepped up to help local food banks with their free time.
Airport Ghost Town: Many Flights Canceled As California Is Told To Stay HomeIn wake of the coronavirus pandemic, flights are being canceled left and right, passengers are staying away, and the immediate future of travel is very much up in the air.
Coronavirus Crisis: Woodstock's Pizza Matching Donations To Help The Salvation Army Feed The HungryWoodstock's Pizza said they will be matching customers' donations to help The Salvation Army feed the hungry during the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus: UC Davis Faculty Member Tests Positive For COVID-19A UC Davis faculty member has tested positive for coronavirus, according to Chancellor Gary S. May.
Coronavirus Shutdown: Are Florists Essential Businesses?Davis police shut down a local florist amidst the stay-at-home order over the coronavirus pandemic.
Trump Signs Massive Coronavirus Relief PackagePresident Trump signed a massive relief bill to respond to the significant economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic Friday, after it was approved by a voice vote in the House earlier in the afternoon.
Disneyland, California Adventure To Remain Closed ‘Until Further Notice’ Amid Coronavirus PandemicDisneyland has announced that it is extending the closure of its Anaheim theme parks due to coronavirus concerns.