Modesto Man Urging People Not To Gather For Holidays After Wife, 41, Dies From VirusA Modesto man is pleading for people to take the pandemic seriously after his wife of 21 years died from the coronavirus.
Did Schools Reopen Too Soon? California Federation Of Teachers Says YesIn Sacramento County, the Folsom Cordova Unified School District has already seen nearly a dozen positive COVID-19 cases this month.
Woodland Offering Grant Program To Help Small Businesses Impacted By PandemicThe state has made it harder for businesses to operate with the more restrictive purple tier designation, but city leaders are doing what they can across our area to help financially as we head into the colder holiday season.
For Every 1 COVID Related Death, 9 People In US Left Grieving, Study SaysHow much of an effect has COVID had on the inhabitants of planet Earth? The coronavirus pandemic has taken the lives of 1.3 million people across the globe and left many more people to grieve their loss.
Despite COVID-19, Analyst Forecasts One-Time $26B California Budget WindfallCalifornia is expected to have a one-time $26 billion windfall in its next budget year, according to the state's nonpartisan legislative analyst, who said Wednesday that the economic consequences of the coronavirus pandemic have not been as severe as anticipated.
As COVID-19 Resurges, Some Stores Reporting Shortages Of Toilet PaperShoppers are once again loading up on paper goods and cleaning supplies in areas of the United States hard hit by rising coronavirus infections, leading to empty shelves at some Walmart stores.
Politics And Science Collide: Yolo County Health Officer Speaks On Pandemic Response, Political PressureCalifornia's first recorded COVID-19 death, intense political pressure, and physical threats. All of those events happened just months after Dr. Aimee Sisson took the job as Placer County’s Health Director.
Some In Yuba City Resist California's New Coronavirus RestrictionsFor every 100,000 people, California is averaging 16.5 new cases, while Sutter County is averaging 21.8 and the positivity rate among test-takers in the county is more than double the state’s 5.2%.
UC Davis Becomes Latest UC School To Roll Out COVID Exposure AppThere’s a new way to find out if you have been exposed to COVID-19 in the Davis community.
Local Schools Don’t Require Quarantine After Youth Sports Travel, Despite CA Travel AdvisoryWhat's being done to keep in-person classes COVID-free when student-athletes return from tournaments? The state advises a 14-day quarantine after travel but CBS13 has learned, most schools do not.
Grass Valley Businesses Fight To Survive Rain, Tier Changes In 24 HoursAfter falling back to the most-restrictive purple tier, some Nevada County restaurants are fighting back with a lawsuit. 
Is There COVID On That? CBS13 Swabs High-Touch Surfaces To Find OutCBS13 investigative reporter Julie Watts swabbed some high-touch surfaces to find out where COVID might be lingering and how surface tests might be useful.
Some Local Lawmakers Urge Businesses To Stay Open Despite Mass Reversal Into Purple TierSome local lawmakers said rule changes won’t fly this time.
Newsom: Masks Must Be Worn When Outside The HomeGov. Gavin Newsom is tightening the mask rules, saying you must wear a face covering when leaving the house. 
Ceres Fire Department To Continue COVID-19 Testing After Six Firefighters Test PositiveA small fire department takes a big hit. Ceres Fire Chief Kevin Wise said at least six of his firefighters have tested positive for COVID-19 since last Thursday.