Sacramento Haunted Houses Finding New Ways To Stay OpenHaunted Houses may not seem socially-distant friendly in the age of COVID-19, but at least one local venue is finding a new way to bring the thrills.
Court Orders State To Release Or Transfer 1,100 San Quentin InmatesA California appeals court has ordered state corrections officials to cut the population of one of the world's most famous prisons to less than half of its designed capacity, citing officials' “deliberate indifference” to the plight of inmates during the coronavirus pandemic.
California Theme Park Closures Impacting Jobs, Shops, Neighboring CommunitiesCalifornia's amusement parks have been pining to reopen for months, hoping to bring back thousands of workers sent home in March when the coronavirus pandemic forced them to shut down.
In A Leap Of Faith, Davis Dance Studio Turns To Distance LearningMirror Image Dance Company in Davis moved the dance lessons outside during the pandemic. Now, tables and chairs take up the dance floor for distance learning.
Counties Setting Up Alternative Ways To Assist Maskless VotersCounties across the region are setting up alternative ways to assist voters who choose to forego a mask.   
Expert: As Daily Infections Hit About 60K, US Nearing 'Rapid Acceleration' Of COVID CasesUS Covid-19 cases will begin to rapidly accelerate in about a week, a leading health expert says, as the country's daily averages keep climbing toward the summer's peak and several states are setting hospitalization records.
Court Orders Immediate Release Or Transfer 1,700 San Quentin Prison Inmates Over Virus OutbreakA state appeals court ordered San Quentin State Prison to immediately cut its inmate population by half Tuesday, which would require transferring or releasing about 1,700 inmates, citing the state’s inability to manage a deadly COVID-19 outbreak at the prison.
Central California School Fined $15K For Violating Court Coronavirus OrderA Central California private school has been ordered to pay $15,000 for defying a judge’s order to close classrooms and stop in-person teaching.
Sacramento County Supervisors Call For County CEO Nav Gill To ResignSacramento’s embattled county executive is being asked to step down by two county supervisors.
California To Allow Fans To Attend Games At Outdoor Stadiums; No 49ers Games YetFor a brief moment, it looked as if the next 49ers home game could have had some fans in attendance after California made some new modifications to its coronavirus reopening plan.
Youth Sports Teams Vote To Travel Out Of State Because California Won't 'Let Them Play' HereA growing number of youth sports teams are voting to travel out of state to play since they are not allowed to compete in California.
CVS Health Hiring 15,000 For Flu Season, Coronavirus Second WaveCVS Health said on Monday that it would hire 15,000 workers as the pharmacy chain readies for an anticipated increase in coronavirus and flu cases in the fall and winter months ahead.
Several Sacramento Library Locations Reopening To PublicSeveral Sacramento Public Library locations are reopening to the public next month. 
Gov. Newsom Lays Out Timeline For COVID-19 Vaccine In CaliforniaGov. Gavin Newsom said Monday a coronavirus vaccine could be available in California as early as next month, but most people won’t be able to get it that fast.
Person Tests Positive For COVID-19 After In-Person Meeting With Top Sacramento County OfficialsSome Sacramento County leaders are in quarantine after a person who attended a meeting of department heads tested positive for coronavirus.