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Business Owner Opens Up New Shop During PandemicA sanitizing station sits at the front of Cuppa Tahoe. The reading nooks are all divided by bookshelves. You would think Sandra Santane designed the newest bookstore in South Lake Tahoe with the pandemic in mind, but that's not the case.
State Employee Dies After ElectrocutionA state employee died after being electrocuted while working in the California Department of Public Health building in Sacramento on Friday, officials said.
Stabbing Suspect In CustodyAn arrest has been made in connection to the stabbing death of a 44-year-old man in late April, the Stockton Police Department announced on Saturday.
Dad Arrested In Daughter's DeathA man is facing charges of homicide and assault on a child after his 7-year-old daughter was found dead in their home early Saturday, the Stockton Police Department said.
Memorial Day Service CancelledA veterans' cemetery in Dixon was forced to cancel its Memorial Day service because of the pandemic.
Holiday Tests LockdownAs phase 2 of the coronavirus reopenings allows hundreds of Sacramento County restaurants to open up, some are choosing to play the waiting game.
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Protests To ReopenHundreds of protesters rallied outside the state Capitol on Saturday to protest against California's stay-at-home orders even as residents entered the Memorial Day weekend with newly expanded options for beachgoing, barbecuing and shopping.
Lakside CrowdsCBS13's Rick Boone was live at Lake Natoma where people are getting out with their families.
Saving Toffee: CHP Officer Rescues Stuffed AnimalA plush dog named Toffee went on a little adventure Wednesday out an open car window on I-80 near the Antelope Scales. Thanks to a kind CHP officer, Toffee is now back home recovering with his family.
Roseville Mall Reopening Brings CrowdsSome customers complained about long lines Friday.
Gyms Frustrated After Reopening ReversalSome Sacramento County gyms were given the green light to reopen Thursday and had that approval taken away in the same day.
Psychologist Explains Mask-Shaming During PandemicThese days when people head out of the house, they make sure they have their phone, wallet, keys, and now, their mask.
President Trump Leads Push To Reopen ChurchesReligious services have become the latest flashpoint in the push to reopen.
Memorial Day Weekend Amid The PandemicWith nice weather and cheap gas, Californians are still asked to remain vigilant amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Midtown Sacramento Coming Back To LifeFor the first time in months, you can now dine-in at restaurants in Sacramento County. The county's amended health order went into effect at noon Friday.
EDD Application Error Keeping Self-Employed Filers From Back-PayAs businesses begin to reopen, many people are still waiting for the unemployment payments they are owed from the months they’ve been out of work.
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Coronavirus Survivor Speaks To CBS13CBS13’s Dina Kupfer introduces us to a local man who survived COVID-19, and the nurses who helped get him back on his feet.
President Calls Churches Essential, Will Override GovernorsPresident Donald Trump's declaration that religious services should be "essential" comes at a precarious point in the national balancing act that pits the call of worship against the risk of coronavirus.
Roseville Galleria Reopens For ShoppersThe mall's parking lot was full Friday as shoppers were allowed back inside.
Midtown Sacramento Restaurants ReopenBarricades have been brought in to extend the sidewalk and make more room for outdoor seating.
Park Rangers Prepare For Busy Holiday WeekendMemorial Day weekend is upon us and crowds are headed to the beach for a socially distant holiday.