California's top utility regulator blasted Pacific Gas and Electric on Monday for what she called "failures in execution" during the largest planned power outage in state history to avoid wildfires that she said, "created an unacceptable situation that should never be repeated."

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Rancho Cordova Cancels Fireworks ShowEven though it was planned as a drive-in event, Rancho Cordova canceled the festivities after the governor's guidelines on Wednesday.
Yolo County Preemptively Closes Some BusinessesThe county wasn't on the state's watch list, but it's ordering some businesses to close as coronavirus infections rise.
Thursday Weather Forecast - July 2, 2020Find out what kind of weather we're expecting for the holiday weekend.
Morning AppCast (7/2/20)The latest weather forecast.
Painting Positivity In Oak ParkLooking for light in the darkest of days, artists in Oak Park are teaming up to spark creativity in their community.
Future Fallout: Looking Forward To The Second Half Of 2020What does the future hold, and when might this all be over?
New Proposal To Change Davis Police DepartmentThe city of Davis is considering a first-of-its-kind plan to remove the name “police” from the Davis Police Department.
COVID-19 Closure Domino EffectCresco Restaurant Equipment & Supply Co. has items on the shelves Manager Addison Williams never imagined stocking before.
Yuba County Sheriff Searching For Suspect Wanted In Deadly Hit And RunDetectives are investigating if a hit-and-run crash that left a motorcyclist dead is related to a shooting at a Yuba County motel parking lot.
Ex-Hughson Mayor Charged With Impersonating Police OfficerFormer Hughson Mayor Tom Crowder was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence.
Vandals Strike Homes Of 2 Sacramento Council MembersSacramento police are now investigating.
Sacramento Leaders Discuss Police Reform PlansThe Sacramento City Council held their much-anticipated meeting surrounding possible police reform in the City of Sacramento Wednesday.
Yolo County Preemptively Closing BusinessesCiting rising increases in coronavirus cases, Yolo County announced it will close bars and indoor dine-in restaurants ahead of the holiday weekend for at least three weeks.
Restaurants Dealt Crushing BlowSacramento County restaurants are back to the bottom line — no bars and no indoor dining — as coronavirus cases surge.
State Says Youth Sports Training Not AllowedFrom high school football to soccer clubs, many kids are back to team drills and training. But the state tells CBS13 those teams are violating state health orders and could be guilty of a misdemeanor.
Evening Forecast - July 1, 2020Looking at a warm holiday weekend ahead.
Sacramento City Leaders Discussing Police ReformOne proposal includes an overhaul of the city's 911 system.
Stockton Set To Receive $27.1M In COVID-19 FundingMayor Michael Tubbs said the money will be used for recovery plans, homeless services, rental and small business support.
Woman Fighting For A Hospital BedIn Stanislaus County, a woman is fighting to keep her mom in the hospital at Kaiser in Modesto. She claims they're trying to release her even though she's still sick.
Sacramento Restaurants Ordered To Stop Indoor DiningAmid an increase in COVID-19 cases, Governor Gavin Newsom is ordering some businesses in 19 counties to stop indoor operations ahead of the holiday weekend.
After Looting, Shoe Consignment Store May File For BankruptcyA businessman who deals in sneakers wants his money back after a consignment of shoes were stolen during looting at the end of May.
Coronavirus Enforcement Strike TeamCal OES will lead multi-agency strike teams responsible for enforcing coronavirus guidelines.
Grass Fire Burns RVs Off BradshawFirefighters are battling a vegetation fire involving RVs off of Bradshaw Road in Sacramento County on Wednesday.

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