CHP: Victim Shot While Driving Then Run Over On SB I-5; Suspect In CustodyThe southbound lanes of Interstate 5 are all blocked north of 43rd Avenue for a death investigation. 
Neighbors Have Mixed Reactions To Family Of Coyotes In Midtown NeighborhoodA family of coyotes has made their home in a midtown Sacramento neighborhood drawing mixed reactions from residents in the area.
Peaceful Protesters Gather At State Capitol For Fifth Day Of George Floyd DemonstrationsOn the fifth day of George Floyd demonstrations, protestors gathered at the State Capitol to once again make their presence known.
Police Enforcing Curfew In Sacramento, Several Arrests MadeSeveral people have been arrested for violating the Sacramento curfew Tuesday night. 
People Trained In Emergency First Aid Hope To Provide Help To Injured ProtestersA group of people trained in emergency first aid are coming together during protests in Sacramento, putting their experience where their hearts are.
Peaceful Protestors Step Up In Fairfield After Violent LootingPeaceful protestors are stepping up to change the narrative and show the community something different.
Curfew Violators Describe Arrests, Bookings By Sacramento PoliceAs Sacramento begins a second night under curfew, police announced they made 48 arrests for violating the curfew order Monday — the first night it was issued.
Social Media Goes Dark To Support Black Lives Matter MovementThe social media world went dark in support of the Black Lives Matter movement. Celebrities and everyday people joined voices around the world, outraged by the killings of black people in the U.S.
National Guard Patrols Torn California Streets Amid UnrestMore than 2,400 California National Guard soldiers toting automatic military assault rifles are on the streets and authorities say that has allowed police officers to crack down on the rampant vandalism and thievery that scarred the first several days of demonstrations.
3 Killed After Helicopter Hits Power Line, Crashes Near FairfieldAuthorities say three people were killed in a helicopter crash near Fairfield Tuesday afternoon.
Man Sentenced To 19 Years In Prison For I-5 Crash Near Woodland That Killed 5-Year-oldA Sacramento man has been sentenced to 19 years and eight months in prison in connection with the crash that killed a boy on Interstate 5 near Woodland in June 2019. 
Businesses Affected By Stay-At-Home Order, Now Dealing With Sacramento CurfewThe citywide curfew has brought more uncertainty for businesses in the downtown Sacramento area.
Sacramento County Declares Local State Of EmergencySacramento County proclaimed a local state of emergency Tuesday. 
Business Owners Sifting Through Destruction After 5-Alarm Fire Ripped Through WarehousesFire investigators are now working to find what caused the five-alarm blaze in South Sacramento Monday night.
Kings Sideline Announcer Grant Napear Parts Ways With Kings, KHTK After BLM TweetGrant Napear has resigned from the Sacramento Kings and has been fired from his radio job at KHTK for controversial tweets about the Black Lives Matter movement.
VIDEO: Bicyclist Somehow Avoids Becoming Collateral Damage In Sacramento CrashOfficers investigating a recent south Sacramento crash were surprised to find that a bicyclist somehow managed to avoid being hurt from collateral damage.
Solano County Institutes Curfew After Several Businesses Hit Hard By Looters Monday NightSeveral stores in Fairfield were hit hard by looters Monday night, prompting Solano County officials to implement a curfew for the next few days. 
‘We’ve Got To Be Creative’: Gov. Newsom Helps Clean Up Graffiti Around State Capitol, Commits To Helping Businesses RecoverGov. Gavin Newsom was seen out by the California State Capitol on Tuesday morning helping clean up.
At Least 50 Arrested After Sacramento Curfew Goes Into EffectAt least 50 people were arrested following demonstrations after curfew in downtown Sacramento Monday night.
Stockton Jewelry Store Looted, 2 Suspects Arrested After High-Speed ChaseOfficers have arrested two men who led them on a high-speed chase after a Stockton jewelry store was looted early Tuesday morning.
What Happens When You Don't Pay Rent?Missed rent and mortgage payments can have a domino effect that hurts communities and depresses the economy.
State Supreme Court To Hear Scott Peterson’s Death Sentence AppealAn attorney will ask the California Supreme Court Tuesday to reverse Scott Peterson's death sentence because the national media attention did not allow him a fair trial.
4 Firefighters Hurt In Massive 5-Alarm Fire In South SacramentoTwo firefighters have been injured as crews worked to get the upper hand on a five-alarm fire that started Monday night in south Sacramento.
Vallejo Police Investigating Officer-Involved Shooting Following Reports Of LootingPolice in Vallejo are investigating an officer-involved shooting outside a Walgreens that followed reports of looting early Tuesday morning.
Peaceful Protester Targeted By Vandalism Receives Help From Stranger-Turned-Hero In SacramentoA man she had never met before, helped pay for the repair damages.
Fairfield Police Responding To Reports Of Looting At Solano MallFairfield police are asking residents to stay home Monday night as they respond to reported looting around the Solano Mall. 
Firefighters Battling 5-Alarm Commercial Fire Affecting Multiple Buildings In South SacramentoFirefighters are responding to a large commercial structure fire in South Sacramento. 
Police Arrest At Least A Dozen People For Violating Sacramento Curfew DowntownSeveral people were arrested Monday evening for violating the citywide curfew.
'If Can’t Depend On...The People That Are Supposed To Serve And Protect Us Then I’ll Do It Myself': Sacramento Gym OwnerAs protests got violent over the weekend, one downtown business owner stepped in himself to protect his gym.
Former Kings Player Matt Barnes: 'We Expect Nothing Less From A Closet Racist'; Grant Napear Placed On Leave For BLM TweetGrant Napear, the voice of the Sacramento Kings and co-host of a popular sports talk radio show, has been placed on administrative leave for a comment he tweeted about the Black Lives Matter movement.

California

National Guard Patrols Torn California Streets Amid UnrestMore than 2,400 California National Guard soldiers toting automatic military assault rifles are on the streets and authorities say that has allowed police officers to crack down on the rampant vandalism and thievery that scarred the first several days of demonstrations.
First California Prison Employee Dies of CoronavirusCalifornia's state prison system had its first known staff death due to the coronavirus, officials said, as well as the death of the 10th inmate from the virus.
Sacramento Officials Assess Damage; Senate Cancels MeetingsNearly two-thirds of properties in Sacramento's business district were damaged over the weekend following three consecutive nights of protests over the killing of George Floyd.
California Schools Chief Calls For New Plan On Racism, BiasCalifornia's education chief Tony Thurmond announced plans Monday to lead a new effort focusing on racism in state schools during emotional remarks on George Floyd.
Sewage Could Hold The Key To Stopping New Coronavirus OutbreaksThe vast brown rivers of sludge that gush into the sewage treatment plants across Germany may hold a key to early detection of any new wave of the coronavirus, scientists tell CNN.
How To Talk To Your Children About Protests And RacismNow it's even more likely that kids might find the video of George Floyd, an unarmed and handcuffed black man in Minneapolis, gasping for breath as a white police officer pressed a knee into his neck. Even if they haven't, experts say parents should assume their children are already aware of tragedies like these and their aftermath.

Politics

Sacramento Officials Assess Damage; Senate Cancels MeetingsNearly two-thirds of properties in Sacramento's business district were damaged over the weekend following three consecutive nights of protests over the killing of George Floyd.
‘A Pandemic On Top Of A Pandemic’: Gov. Newsom Addresses Protests Over Death Of George FloydCalifornia Governor Gavin Newsom on Monday described the racism fueling the last five days of civil unrest “a pandemic on top of a pandemic” and called on leaders and citizens alike to work to end systemic racism of society’s institutions.
California Schools Chief Calls For New Plan On Racism, BiasCalifornia's education chief Tony Thurmond announced plans Monday to lead a new effort focusing on racism in state schools during emotional remarks on George Floyd.
California To Vote On Business Tax Hike Worth Up To $12BCalifornia voters in November will decide whether to increase property taxes on commercial and industrial land to raise up to an estimated $12 billion annually for public schools and city halls across the state.
Trump Says U.S. 'Terminating' Relationship With World Health OrganizationPresident Trump announced Friday that he's "terminating" the United States' relationship with the World Health Organization, claiming China has total control over it.
Gov. Newsom On George Floyd Death: 'We’ve Got To Fundamentally Change Who We Are'California Gov. Gavin Newsom took the first part of his address on Friday to talk about death of George Floyd.

Health

George Floyd Protests Raising Fears Of Spike In Coronavirus CasesGovernment leaders and health officials have expressed their concern that coronavirus could rapidly spread during protests over the death of George Floyd.
Sewage Could Hold The Key To Stopping New Coronavirus OutbreaksThe vast brown rivers of sludge that gush into the sewage treatment plants across Germany may hold a key to early detection of any new wave of the coronavirus, scientists tell CNN.
How To Talk To Your Children About Protests And RacismNow it's even more likely that kids might find the video of George Floyd, an unarmed and handcuffed black man in Minneapolis, gasping for breath as a white police officer pressed a knee into his neck. Even if they haven't, experts say parents should assume their children are already aware of tragedies like these and their aftermath.
Yolo County Coronavirus Testing Facility Moving From Woodland To West SacramentoYolo County announced on Friday that the coronavirus testing facility in the area will move from Woodland to West Sacramento from June 2-20 with up to 135 people able to be tested each day.
If You Have ADHD, Here's How To Manage Working From HomeFor adults with ADHD, working from home can be frustrating and worrisome. But it can get better — an ADHD coach and psychologist offer tips for how adults with ADHD can productively manage working from home.
CDC Was 'Never Blind' To Early Spread Of Coronavirus In US, Director SaysThe CDC was "never blind" to the early spread of the coronavirus in the United States, the agency's director, Dr. Robert Redfield, told reporters on Friday.