Pandemic Matrimony: Couples Flocking To Popular Tahoe Spot To Elope"The newlyweds do plan on having a big celebration with their friends and family as soon as it is safe.
California Nail Salons Once Again Allowed To Operate IndoorsNail salons in California get the go-ahead for indoor operations. Salon employees and customers we talked to said it's about time. 
Squaw Valley Alpine Dropping Walk-Up Tickets For Ski SeasonThe coronavirus pandemic is changing the upcoming ski season in the Sierra. 
New State Ads Warn People To Avoid Partying Over Labor Day WeekendThe state is taking a new approach to stop the spread of COVID-19 ahead of the holiday weekend.
'Inside Jokes, Outside Laughs': Comedians Get Creative With Silent Show In Old SacramentoThe pandemic has forced performers to get creative to keep the show going. You've heard of silent discos, now we are hearing about silent comedy shows.
Public Pools Running While Water Park Faces FinesWhile the temperatures soar into the triple digits, it's no surprise to find people drawn to the water at the Elk Grove Aquatics Center.
CHP Performing Almost Daily Rescues As Visitors Bombard Parks And TrailsOfficer Richard Jones said the number of rescues CHP is performing right now is extremely unusual.
Local Church Meets Outdoors For First In-Person Service Since Social Distancing Orders BeganA Sacramento area church met in Del Paso Heights for in-person services for the first time since March.
Auburn Drive-In Weekend Concert Aims To Give People Live Music At A DistanceMore than a hundred people gathered at the Gold Country Fairgrounds on Saturday as part of a three-day drive-in weekend concert. The event’s goal doubled as a way to enjoy music amid the COVID-19 pandemic while raising money for the local fair.
Stockton Offers No-Cost Temporary Outdoor Permits For Personal Care ServicesThe City of Stockton announced on Thursday that no-cost temporary outdoor permits are being offered so that businesses offering personal care services such as barbershops and nail salons can operate outside.
'Love Yuba Like A Local': Advocates Urge Visitors To Respect The RiverWith limited things to do this summer, more people are getting outside. But some locals say even that is getting out of hand.