Driver Arrested On Suspicion Of DUI After Driving Neck-Deep Into Manure PondA driver found himself deep in a smelly situation near Elk Grove on Monday.
Gym Owner Forced To Shut Down After County Health Officials Make MistakeA gym owner was forced to shut down his businesses after a mistake by county health officials Thursday.
Stevante Clark Booked Into Sacramento County Jail On Aggravated Battery ChargesStevante Clark, the brother of Stephon Clark, an unarmed black man whose 2018 shooting by Sacramento police received national attention, has been arrested on domestic violence charges.
Sacramento County In Talks With State To Reopen More QuicklySacramento County could be closer to allowing dine-in restaurants to reopen.
Scandia In Sacramento Reopens For Outdoor Activities Only All visitors will have to wear masks if they plan to partake in outdoor activities like putt-putt golf.
Sacramento Mayor Wants To Make Face Masks Mandatory As More Businesses ReopenSacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg is calling on county leaders to make face coverings mandatory for residents as they take steps toward easing the stay-at-home order.
Warm Weather Brings People Outside During Stay-At-Home Order“It’s nice to see the activity," Christine Rich said. "People aren’t being afraid and shut up in their houses anymore.”
Sacramento County Golf Courses Remain Open, Packed With PeopleEven amid the coronavirus crisis, Saturday was a busy day for golf courses across Sacramento County, like Haggins Oaks. The parking lot was packed with cars as golfers hit the green, but not everyone was happy about their decision.
Website Breaks Down Coronavirus Hotspots In Sacramento CountyA new Sacramento County website zeroes in on the number of coronavirus cases by zip code.
Schools, Agencies Working To Keep At-Risk Youth Safe Amid Coronavirus Stay-At-Home OrderIt's important for them to be checking in on at-risk kids, whether they're dealing with homelessness, anxiety/depression or just need someone to talk to.
Coronavirus Update: Sacramento County Extends Stay-At-Home Order Through May 1The new order sets new social distancing protocols for essential businesses, restricts access to recreation facilities, clarifies essential activities and travel, and prohibits all non-essential gatherings of any number of people.
Homeless And Coronavirus: Sacramento County Says 663 Beds Are Coming To House HomelessMore than 600 beds are coming to Sacramento County to help the homeless during the coronavirus public health crisis.
Coronavirus Won't Stop Natomas Unified From Trying To Finish The School YearSacramento County officials want residents to shelter in place to fight against the spread of the coronavirus, but the Natomas Unified School District says they are planning to finish the school year anyway.
Sacramento County Announces Shift Away From Quarantines In Coronavirus Mitigation EffortsSacramento County is moving away from 14-day quarantines for people who have been in contact with someone with the novel coronavirus, officials announced Monday.
Sacramento County Proclaims Public Health Emergency In Response To CoronavirusSacramento County declared a public health emergency and local emergency Thursday afternoon in response to the novel coronavirus.