California Back In Action With Baseball, Music And Amusement Parks Soon Open To FansCalifornia health officials gave the green light to outdoor sports, events and amusement parks Friday, citing outside activities combined with mask-wearing can significantly reduce the risk of spreading COVID-19.
Vaccine Line Jumpers Gaming System To Get Their ShotWith limited vaccine supplies, we're hearing more stories of people gaming the system and jumping the vaccine line.
Education Layoffs Looming? Districts Start To Give Some Teachers The Pink SlipAmid a statewide talk of extra school funding and a push to re-open schools, some Sacramento-area districts may be battling budget cuts.
Del Paso Heights Vaccine Clinic Gets Supply Cut Off – What Happens Now?A doctor’s mission to gets vaccines into the arms of people who live in Del Paso Heights hit a major roadblock as allocations for first doses have now been halted with more than 3,000 people eager to get the shot.
'This Is A Liberty Issue': Group Representing Placer County Restaurant Owners Threatens To Sue Newsom Over COVID RegulationsOngoing coronavirus-related regulations that are limiting restaurants have left a bad taste in owners’ mouths, leaving one group from Placer County threatening to sue the state and Gov. Gavin Newsom if those restrictions aren’t lifted.
California Allowing Theme Parks, Ball Parks And Stadiums To Reopen With Strict Limits On April 1Californians will soon be able to go to Disneyland, baseball games and even outdoor concerts again soon.
City Steps Up With $1 Million To Save Struggling Sacramento ZooThe pandemic has been eating away at the Sacramento Zoo, leaving it struggling to feed and care for all the animals.
Greater Sacramento-Area Counties Predict Brighter Future As New Vaccine Initiative Rolls OutCalifornia's updated vaccine allocation initiative has Greater Sacramento area counties predicting the light at the end of the tunnel is closer than ever.
Gov. Newsom Signs Executive Order To Stop Pandemic Evictions Through JuneGov. Gavin Newsom signed an executive order on Thursday that extends authorization for local governments to halt evictions for commercial renters impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic through June 30.
Sutter Health Secures Some, But Not All Second Doses After ShortageSutter Health says it’s secured some, but not all of the second vaccine doses needed to fully vaccinate 90,000 seniors and healthcare workers.
State Shifts Focus Of Vaccine Rollout To Prioritize Low-Income CommunitiesCalifornia is now allocating 40% of vaccine supply to low-income communities. It's a new curveball in an already rocky rollout for the coronavirus vaccine, as the state is striving for more equitable distribution.
Elk Grove Woman Lived Through Japanese Internment, Stage-4 Breast Cancer – Now, She's Fully Vaccinated Against COVIDA 90-year-old Elk Grove woman who lived through Japanese internment camps during WWII and then went on to beat breast cancer is now fully vaccinated against the coronavirus.
California Lawmakers OK $6.6 Billion Plan Aimed At Returning Students To The ClassroomThe bill does not order school districts to resume in-person instruction and it does not say parents must send their kids back to the classroom if they don't want to.
While Other States Loosen COVID Restrictions, Gov. Newsom Urges Californians To Double Up On MasksOn Thursday, Governor Newsom said California is not going to follow other states in completely removing mask guidelines.
Indoor And Outdoor Youth Sports Can Resume In California After Settlement; COVID-19 Case Rate Still The Determining FactorA group that had filed a lawsuit against California's COVID-19 restrictions against youth sports says they’ve reached a settlement that will allow all high school sports to resume across the state.