Split Classes? Half Days? What Will School Look Like In September?For many parents turned pandemic home school teachers, summer can’t come soon enough. But what is the likelihood that distance learning will continue in the fall?
Sacramento Kings Amend Arena COVID Contract - Critics Say Still Not EnoughThe Governor's Office of Emergency Services will no longer have to pay to use the Kings former arena as a surge hospital for coronavirus patients.
Are Nursing Homes Under-Reporting COVID-19 Cases?As it stands, at least two out of five COVID-19 deaths (1,171/3032) in California are linked to nursing homes.
State Audit Finds CSU Campuses Increased Student Fees Without 'Adequate Justification'A state audit is shedding light on why the California State Universities are refusing to refund mandatory fees for on-campus facilities and services now that campuses are closed.
Coronavirus Unemployment: 8 Weeks And Still No Money Or Answers From EDDIt’s been nearly eight weeks since the president signed the CARES Act, giving people an extra 13 weeks of unemployment benefits, but Californians still can’t even apply for that money.
Former Sacramento Kings Executives Say The Team Should Not Be Able to Profit Off the PandemicSome former Kings executives say they are shocked that the organization is charging the state $500,000 a month to rent the shuttered Sleep Train Arena to be used as a field hospital site for COVD-19 patients.
Some Self-Employed Workers Still Waiting For Pandemic Unemployment Assistance PaymentsAfter seven weeks of waiting just to apply for unemployment, many self-employed Californians were optimistic they’d get their money within 48 hours of applying, as promised. But it turns out, that didn’t exactly happen.
Expired License Struggles Amid DMV Closures - Virtual Services May HelpThe DMV touted its new virtual services that are intended to reduce the need for in-person office visits and help people get during the COVID-19 shutdown Tuesday.
Coronavirus Unemployment: EDD Success StoriesWhile many filers continue to struggle, we're finally seeing some successes. However, they have taken much longer than expected.
Some Restaurants Play The Waiting Game As Reopenings, Memorial Day Weekend Tests LockdownsAs phase 2 of the coronavirus reopenings allowed hundreds of Sacramento County restaurants to open back up for dine-in services, some are choosing to play the waiting game.
Folsom Outlets Reopen After 2 Months Of Closure Due To PandemicThe Folsom Premium Outlets reopened on Saturday after closing just over two months ago due to the pandemic.
Salmonella Outbreak In 28 States, Including California, Linked To Chicks And DucksSpringtime brings the birth of new life, including pet poultry like chicks and ducklings. But those young birds may bring with them pesky Salmonella bacteria.
Sacramento County Allows Restaurants To Reopen for Dine-in Customers Starting FridaySome restaurants may open slower, while others plan to begin seating customers right away.
State Fair Is Canceled But You Can Still Enjoy Some Fair Food Favorites To GoThe California State Fair is selling a complete to-go California State Fair meal.