Third Stimulus Check: Will Your Next Relief Payment Be $1,400?A third stimulus check seems likely, but it won't necessarily be the $1,400 amount that everyone keeps talking about.
Stimulus Check Update: Are Relief Payments Bad For The Economy?A third stimulus check is a very popular idea, but some experts believe it's not what the economy needs right now.
City Steps Up With $1 Million To Save Struggling Sacramento ZooThe pandemic has been eating away at the Sacramento Zoo, leaving it struggling to feed and care for all the animals. 
Gov. Newsom Signs Executive Order To Stop Pandemic Evictions Through JuneGov. Gavin Newsom signed an executive order on Thursday that extends authorization for local governments to halt evictions for commercial renters impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic through June 30.
Video Shows Street Vendor Harassed, Cart Kicked Over In South SacramentoEdith Baralles says she was attacked and harassed while just doing her job, selling snacks in a neighborhood near Franklin and 12th.
Second Nugget Market Opens In West RosevilleA second Nugget Market opened in the Roseville area and real estate experts say the development is proof that west Roseville is turning the corner in becoming its own community.
Disguised On DoorDash? Several Chain Restaurants Marketing Food Under Different NamesA Call Kurtis investigation uncovered several chain restaurants marketing their food under different names.
Vacaville Barber Plans To Sell Shop After Licenses Get RevokedJuan Desmarais, the owner of Primo’s Barbershop in Vacaville, is just weeks away from being banned from cutting hair in the State of California.
'95630 Bingo' Supports Folsom Small BusinessesKimberly Morphis created a game called "95630 Bingo" to support businesses in that zip code.
Sacramento Homeowners Who Bought Next To MLS Stadium Voice DisappointmentPeople who bought homes in Downtown Sacramento to be close to the Major League Soccer stadium that's suddenly in limbo are voicing surprise and disappointment over the collapsed deal.
Report Affirms Job Losses Of Low-Income California WorkersThe California jobs most vulnerable to layoffs and furloughs due to the pandemic were among people making less than $40,000 a year, a state report released Tuesday found, with women in low-income households suffering the worst job losses.