Gov. Newsom Signs Laws Protecting California Workers From COVID-19California companies must warn their workers of any potential exposure to the coronavirus and they must pay their employees workers compensation benefits if they get sick with the disease under two laws Gov. Gavin Newsom signed Thursday.
Long-Running Citrus Heights Pumpkin Patch The Pumpkin Farm Won’t Be Open This Year Due To CoronavirusThe coronavirus pandemic has forced a long-running pumpkin patch in Citrus Heights to stay closed for the first time in nearly a half-decade.
Supervisor To SF Salon Owner Erica Kious: Placer County Would Welcome You With Open ArmsA supervisor has sent an open letter to the San Francisco salon owner at the center of a controversial visit involving House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, urging the businesswoman to set up shop in Placer County.
Howe Avenue Discovery Club Student Tests Positive For COVID-19A student at a San Juan Unified school program has tested positive for COVID-19, the district announced Wednesday. 
California’s Response To Coronavirus Reaches Six-Month MilestoneSeptember 19 marks six months since the state’s economic shutdown.
CDC Director: Face Masks Will Stop Coronavirus Better Than Vaccine; Experts Weigh InThe face mask has been a divisive symbol since the pandemic started, and now one of the nation's health leaders says they are the best weapon we have in fighting COVID-19.
Natomas Unified Adds Creativity, Connection With Virtual Extra-Curricular ActivitiesAs distance learning continues, kids' creativity and teamwork skills may not be getting as much attention.
Gov. Newsom: Nothing In State Guidelines Preventing Pac-12 From Resuming FootballAny plans for the Pac-12 to join the Big Ten in returning to football are on hold due to health policies in two states within the conference.
CDC Director: COVID Vaccine Won't Be Widely Available Until Mid-2021The director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) told lawmakers on Wednesday that he doesn't expect a potential COVID-19 vaccine to be available for most Americans until the middle of next year, even as the government unveiled plans to begin distributing a vaccine as soon as possible.
‘Desks Are The New Toilet Paper;’ Needed Furniture For Makeshift Home Classrooms, Offices Sold OutAn apparent shortage of desks and tables in the Bay Area has families scouring stores and emptying shelves, in search of ways to construct makeshift classrooms and offices in their homes during the pandemic lockdown, now entering its seventh month.
Yuba County Leaders Want More People To Get Tested For Virus 'Even If Symptoms Are Mild'Yuba County health officials are asking people to get tested if they even have the mildest of symptoms.