City Of Sacramento, Downtown Partnership Offering Return-To-Work IncentivesBack to business, the City of Sacramento and the Downtown Sacramento Partnership are teaming up on a big giveaway in hopes of bringing employees back to the metro.
Winters Couple Gets Back Investments Taken By The StateAn eight-month-long battle is finally over for a Winters couple who had trouble getting their investments back from the state of California.
Pain At The Pump: Increasing Gas Prices May Not Decrease Any Time SoonDemand continues to rise as Americans begin returning to normal and that is causing a rise in gas prices.
Call Kurtis: Is Free Same Day Delivery Really free?A Roseville mom says she paid more to use Costco same-day delivery than if she’d shopped in the store.
California To Pay $5.2B To Cover Lower-Income Residents' Unpaid Rent During COVID PandemicCalifornia will extend its ban on evictions and cover back rent and utility payments for people who fell behind during the pandemic under a $7.2 billion plan announced Friday that Gov. Gavin Newsom called the "largest and most comprehensive renter protection deal in the United States."
Home In Manteca Neighborhood Sells For Nearly $1 MillionMillion-dollar homes are flying off the market in Manteca.
Folsom Cafe Owners Dip Into Savings, Sell Everything To Keep Business AliveA Folsom couple dipped into their savings and sold everything they had to keep their dream cafe alive.
California Unemployment Rate Improves, State Adds 100k Jobs For 4th Straight MonthAs of May 2021, California has regained more than half of the 2.7 million jobs it lost at the start of the coronavirus pandemic, officials said Friday, a trend driven by restaurants and hotels hiring more people as the nation’s most populous state reopens its economy.
Sacramento Zoo Enforces Early Closures As Heatwave Hits ValleyA heatwave hitting the valley has forced the Sacramento Zoo to implement early closures through the end of the week.
Businesses Prepare For End Of COVID Restrictions, New Mask GuidelinesBusinesses are gearing up for the big change, but how close to normal can we expect things to get?
Rideshare Services Like Lyft, Uber Struggle To Get Drivers Behind The WheelRideshare Apps are desperate for drivers. The pandemic has slowed travel so much that companies like Uber and Lyft are struggling to get workers behind the wheel and customers in the cars.