Latest Coronavirus Updates

1 In 10 Coronavirus Patients With Diabetes Die Within A Week, Study FindsOne in 10 coronavirus patients with diabetes died within the first seven days of hospitalization, and one in five needed a ventilator to breathe, according to new research.
Butte County Inmate Tests Positive For Coronavirus; 26 Other Inmates ExposedThe Butte County Sheriff's Office announced Friday that an inmate in the county jail who was previously housed with 26 other inmates has tested positive for the coronavirus.
Arden Fair Mall Reopens: Here's What Shoppers Can ExpectArden Fair Mall is back open again. Shoppers were eager to hit the stores, and many waited in lines just to get inside.
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.
Joining Area Retailers, Sunrise Mall Set To Reopen FridayFollowing the Roseville Galleria and Arden Fair, the Sunrise Mall will reopen Friday morning. 
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.
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.
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.
Jackson Rancheria, Cache Creek, And Thunder Valley Casinos Set To Reopen On June 8As California moves through the stages of reopening, casinos across the state are back in business. 
Placer County Will Do Antibody Tests On Volunteers To Help Guide Reopening PlansPlacer County leaders plan to test people for COVID-19 antibodies, then use the results to influence guidelines on reopening.
Refusing To Return: Small Business Owner's Employees Not Coming Back To WorkSmall business owners are running into problems as they slowly start reopening. Some workers currently on unemployment are now saying they aren’t coming back.
Legal Sports Betting Pitched As California Budget SalveTwo California lawmakers on Thursday pitched legalized sports betting as a way to help prop up a state budget devastated by the economic shutdown designed to slow the spread of the coronavirus, though their revised proposal immediately reignited a turf battle between powerful gambling interests.
Coronavirus Unemployment: Inside EDD’s $11.1 Million Call Center Contract As Calls Go UnansweredAfter months of promises and millions of dollars spent on the EDD call center, people are still struggling to get through to someone with answers at the EDD.
West Sacramento Plexiglass Company Busy Making Barriers, PPE As California ReopensPlexiglas companies around the country are seeing an uptick in business due to the pandemic. 
California Politicians Won't Get 1st Pay Raise in YearsCalifornia state lawmakers and other top elected officials won't be getting a pay increase for the first time in five years as the state faces a major budget deficit and mass unemployment induced by the coronavirus.
Lassen County Sees 1st Coronavirus Cases, Slows ReopeningA rural Northern California county that had been one of the state's two counties without any reported coronavirus cases now has at least five, prompting the county to temporarily rescind its orders allowing the reopening of restaurants, shopping and other services.
California Senate Plan Would Reject Most Of Gov. Newsom's Budget CutsThe California Senate's plan to make up the state's estimated $54.3 billion budget deficit rejects Gov. Gavin Newsom's proposed cuts to public education and health care programs - and instead takes more money from reserves and delays billions of dollars in payments to school districts.
El Dorado County Rescinds Tahoe Travel Ban, State Still Restricting Nonessential TravelEl Dorado County rescinded its nonessential travel ban to South Lake Tahoe Wednesday, but tourists are still discouraged from visiting the area. 
Bridging The Digital Divide: State Leaders Working To Give Students Access To Computers, InternetGuidelines for California schools to reopen are expected in early June.
Painting During the Pandemic: Elk Grove Artist Gets Creative to Keep Business AfloatAs many businesses begin the reopening process, people who rely on the entertainment industry still have their normal work lives on pause.
Is California Reopening Too Quickly? Some Say It IsOver the course of the last week restaurants, churches, and hair salons are all up and running but there are concerns the rapid reopening is too fast.
Diocese Of Stockton Resuming Public Mass In JuneThe Diocese of Stockton is making plans to resume public masses.
EDD Working To Hire 1,800 Employees During PandemicTo help process the millions of unemployment claims made during the coronavirus pandemic, the Employment Development Department is hiring 1,800 new staff over the next several weeks. 
Wilton Family Helping Others With 'Christmas In Quarantine' ProjectA Wilton family is getting into the holiday spirit in May. They say their "Christmas in Quarantine" project has taken off. 
UC Davis Computer Scientists Launch App To Help Slow Spread Of COVID-19Computer scientists at UC Davis have developed a web-based contact-tracing app called We-Care. 
Aerospace Museum Of California Set To Reopen Outdoor ExhibitsIt’s a small step towards the new normal, but a giant leap for the Aerospace Museum of California, which plans to take flight with its outdoor exhibits on Thursday.
Placer County Asking State For Permission To Reopen Nail Salons, Gyms, Entertainment VenuesPlacer County wants to move into stage 3 of California's reopening plan and allow businesses like nail salons and gyms to reopen. 
Arden Fair Mall To Reopen On Friday For In-Person ShoppingArden Fair Mall will be reopening for in-person shopping on Friday, officials say.
Too Soon For Data, California Reopens More BusinessesGavin Newsom has crafted himself as a data-driven governor, letting the facts dictate what has been a largely cautious approach to public safety amid the coronavirus pandemic.