A California Highway Patrol officer suffered life-threatening injuries Saturday after being struck by a suspected drunk driver while directing traffic on Highway 99 north of Yuba City, CHP Yuba-Sutter said.
Unemployed Again? Reopening Claims Amid Second ShutdownWe’re 18 weeks into the pandemic and some who are still waiting for their unemployment from the first round of closures now have to re-open their claims as their industries close again.
Businesses Scrambling To Adapt To ClosuresThe ever-changing rules coming down from the governor are leaving many small business owners in Modesto stressed.
Vegetation Fire Expected To Burn 125 AcresFirefighters are working to contain a vegetation fire burning on Excelsior Road near Dierks Road in Vineyard.
Evening Forecast - July 14, 2020Staying in the 90s this week.
South Lake Tahoe Postponing All Big Events Until Mid-SeptemberThe city says all concerts and big events will have to wait.
California's New Coronavirus Testing StrategyThe state is scrambling to improve COVID-19 testing.
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Split Over Reopening Schools Amid PandemicWe're still weeks away from school beginning again and some districts are already calling off in-person classes.
Testing Sites Reopening In Sacramento CountyAs the state shuts down more and more businesses, coronavirus testing sites are reopening to meet growing demand.
7/14/20 PM Digi-CastJust about right for July!
5 Sacramento-Area Eateries Cited By ABC For Allowing Dining InCalifornia Alcoholic Beverage Control officials say five Sacramento-area restaurants were among those cited for continuing to allow indoor dining over the Fourth of July weekend.
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California Ski Resort Eyes Name Change Over Derogatory TermCalifornia’s popular Squaw Valley Ski Resort is considering changing its name to remove the word “squaw” — a derogatory term for Native American women — amid a national reckoning over racial injustice and inequality. Katie Johnston reports.
Raw: Sewer Main Break In Placer CountyCrews are now cleaning up the mess. (Video provided by the Placer County Sheriff's Office)
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California Closing Again: State Takes Step Back As Coronavirus Cases SpikeBars and indoor dining across the state are among the activities being rolled back.
MythBusters Host Grant Imahara Dies At 49The popular science TV presenter reportedly died after a brain aneurysm.
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Preventing Wrong-Way Crashes On California HighwaysA new project is pumping the brakes on wrong-way drivers. The results of a three-year pilot program conducted by Caltrans and UC Davis have finally been released.
Local Fairgrounds Donating Picnic Tables To RestaurantsCoronavirus shut down the Yuba-Sutter Fairgrounds on March 16 and they have not been open since. Despite the venue's slow summer, they’re doing what they can to make sure local businesses in their area stay on their feet.
Placerville Leaders Discuss Removing Noose From LogoThe city known as "Hangtown" is discussing removing the noose from its logo.
Republic Fan Group 'Levee Patrol' Gets Sneak Peek At Team's ReturnIn their first game back, Sacramento Republic FC played the Tacoma Defiance Monday.
Mental Impacts Of Coronavirus Shut DownsThe return of widespread coronavirus restrictions in California will have a big psychological impact on business owners and employees forced out of work again.