DMV Extends Suspension Of Behind-The-Wheel Test Through End Of JanuaryThe California Department of Motor Vehicles has further extended its suspension on behind-the-wheel tests through the end of January.
Extended Stay-At-Home-Order Brutal News For San Joaquin County BusinessThe extended regional stay-at-home home order in parts of California is brutal news for business in San Joaquin County.
Downtown Commons Nearly Empty As Sacramento Kings Play Home OpenerOn a night when you'd normally find crowds of people packed downtown celebrating a Sacramento Kings home opener and win, only a few fans and silence could be seen.
Apple Temporarily Closes All California Stores Amid PandemicAll of Apple's 53 California retail stores have been temporarily closed amid a surging coronavirus pandemic.
'We're Following Rules': Solano County Remains Open, Welcomes Visitors From Other Parts Of RegionSolano is the only county in its region still not under the regional stay-at-home-order.
Business Owners Disrupt Sacramento County Meeting Discussing Fines For Businesses That Violate COVID-19 RestrictionsBusiness owners broke into the Sacramento County supervisor's office to protest a meeting about proposed fines on businesses that don't comply with COVID-19 restrictions.
Customers Enjoy Last Night Of Outdoor Dining As Stay-At-Home Order Goes Into EffectOutdoor dining is once again no longer an option for restaurants within the San Joaquin Valley as the region's low ICU capacity has prompted tighter restrictions amid the pandemic.
San Joaquin Valley Prepares For New Stay-At-Home Order Effective Sunday NightIn the San Joaquin Valley region, some feel things are looking grim. The area has the worst numbers in the state with only 8% of ICU beds left across the region.
'Running Out Of ICU Beds': Yolo County Enforces New COVID Restrictions Ahead Of ChristmasYolo County announced on Friday new restrictions ahead of Christmas as the number of coronavirus cases and hospitalizations continue to rise.
'All Of Us Are Essential': Hair Salons, Other Businesses On The Brink Of Another Shutdown“All of us are essential. Anybody who makes money to support their family is considered essential."
Holiday Catering Takes A Hit In Woodland Amid Tighter COVID RestrictionsAs the holidays arrive, restaurants are hungry for ways to stay afloat in what is their busiest and most profitable time of the year.