California Eases Virus Restrictions, Allows Up To 3 Households To SocializeCalifornia is easing its coronavirus restrictions to allow up to three households to socialize outdoors, an expansion of rules aimed at people tempted to have even larger gatherings around Halloween, Thanksgiving and end-of-year holidays, Gov. Gavin Newsom said Monday.
California To Give Guidance For Halloween, Trick-Or-Treating Amid Covid-19 On TuesdayCalifornia leaders are expected to release guidance tomorrow on Halloween activities amid the coronavirus pandemic.
UC Davis Researcher Studying Whether Dogs Can Detect The Smell Of COVID-19A UC Davis alum is on a team of U.S. Army researchers trying to determine if dogs can smell the Coronavirus. Now, her research team has reached a new phase Of their work looking for COVID-19 “sweat” samples.
Looking To Travel In The US? Here Are The Travel Restrictions By StateWith the Covid-19 pandemic in near constant fluctuation in the United States, the 50 states are having to adapt rapidly with their rules and regulations.
Regal Cinemas Closures Impacting Surrounding BusinessesMoviegoers were getting their last shows in on Friday night as employees prepare to close their doors amid a company-wide shutdown. The closures mean bad news for surrounding businesses as well. 
Sacramento City Unified Opens On-Campus Learning Hubs For Vulnerable StudentsSome Sacramento City Unified students are heading back to the classroom. 
Movies And Museums: More Things To Do Open Back Up In Sacramento CountySome museums and theaters are reopening for the first time in months, but how safe is it to head out?
'Living Life Halfway': Sacramento Residents Navigate New Freedoms Amid PandemicAs shops and restaurants get more freedom to open, people have more opportunities to venture out. But it’s not without frequent reminders that we are in the middle of a pandemic.
Gov. Gavin Newsom Tests Negative For CoronavirusGov. Gavin Newsom has tested negative for the coronavirus after someone in his office was infected and another state employee tested positive for COVID-19, it was announced Thursday.
Regal Goes Dark Nationwide, What Happens To The Massive Buildings Left Behind?Moviegoers are getting their last flicks in as Regals across the country are shutting down with no official reopening date.
Sacramento City Unified Schools Prepare For Potential In-Person OpeningOne of the largest school districts in the area is inching closer to a potential in-person start date, and safety is at the top of parents' minds. The Sacramento City Unified District is dotting its I's and crossing its T's to make sure plans are foolproof.
Research Finds More People Are Remembering To Wash Their HandsWhile more people are remembering to wash their hands amid the pandemic, some still need a reminder, according to new research published Thursday. 
'We Don’t Get It': Stuck In Final Reopening Tier, South Sacramento Business Owner Ponders Closing For GoodA south Sacramento business owner is worried he will soon have to close his doors for good due to the pandemic.
Study: Women Do Better At Mask Wearing And Other Measures To Stop Spread Of Covid-19Wearing a mask, social distancing and washing hands regularly are the best ways we have to stop the spread of Covid-19. But when it comes to these crucial habits, it appears that women are more likely to be following these steps to a greater degree than men.
How To Support Your Teen’s Mental Health Through Covid-19With so many struggling, it's a vital time to offer support to teenagers in your life. Here's how to start, how to teach resilience and warning signs that might signal your teen needs extra help.