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Last Minute Scramble As More Districts Prepare For Distance LearningIt may be a nerve-racking weekend with a looming countdown to distance learning. Several districts will kick off online classes on August 10, but not without many feeling unprepared.
'Safety Ambassadors' Encourage South Lake Tahoe To Mask UpThe hardest-hit region of El Dorado County is taking a new approach when it comes to mask mandates.
Cal Fire Chief Rescues Tortoise That Was Hit By Vehicle In San AndreasA Cal Fire chief made an unusual rescue Thursday in the town of San Andreas.
Elk Grove Family Comes Face To Face With Boa Constrictor In ToiletAn Elk Grove resident was met by a startling sight when he walked into the bathroom.
Restaurant Scene Transformed In Downtown RosevilleThe downtown Roseville restaurant scene has moved completely outside in an effort to help local business stay afloat.
California Releases Roadmap For Colleges To Resume In-Person ClassesCalifornia released a roadmap for colleges and universities to resume in-person classes Friday.
Grass Valley Cafe That Openly Defied Health Rules VandalizedA Nevada County restaurant that refused to stop indoor dining was vandalized with curse words and anti-Trump messages.
South Lake Tahoe Experiences Real Estate Boom Amid PandemicWhile the pandemic has caused financial problems for many industries, it’s actually resulting in a real estate boom in the South Lake Tahoe area.
Hart-Ransom School District Teachers Demand More Planning TimeThe superintendent released the schedule all teachers will have to follow, but teachers are furious, calling this a "last minute" schedule for distance learning that cannot be planned with just three days' notice.
Sacramento Family Still Seeking Justice After Boy Nearly Killed When Car Crashed Into HomeA Sacramento family is still picking up the pieces after a hit-and-run driver crashed into their home in the middle of the night, narrowly missing a sleeping 11-year-old boy.
Sacramento Man Says 'No' To Jury Summons In Light Of PandemicSteve Hirschauer, 65, said he's worried for his own health and said he shouldn't be forced to be in a position to break the law
Evening Forecast - Aug 7, 2020Looking at some possible triple-digit temperatures this weekend.
Learning Curve: Citrus Heights Teachers Convert Garage Into Distance Learning ClassroomA local husband and wife teaching team went to new lengths to connect with the students from home.
Woodland Residents Attempted To Cash Dead Deputy's Benefit Checks, Investigators SayTwo Woodland residents are accused of attempting to fraudulently cash benefit checks sent to the family of a sheriff's deputy killed in the line of duty in 2008, the Yolo County Sheriff's Office announced on Friday.
Roseville's Sunsplash Could Be Fined Up To $500 A Day For Staying OpenThe City of Roseville is cracking down on Sunsplash for keeping the slides open despite health orders.
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Friday Afternoon Weather Forecast - Aug. 7, 2020Find out what kind of weather we're expecting this weekend.
Elk Grove Resident Comes Face-To-Face With Boa Constrictor In ToiletAn uninvited guest caught an Elk Grove resident by surprise.
Latest Figures Show 10,000 Californians Dead Of CoronavirusCalifornia has surpassed 10,000 deaths from the coronavirus, making it the U.S. state with the third-highest number of deaths since the beginning of the pandemic.
Motorcyclist Leads Deputy On High-Speed Chase In North AuburnA motorcyclist who led a deputy on a high-speed chase in the North Auburn area has been arrested.
Hasbro Removing Trolls Doll From Stores; Petition Says Button Is Inappropriately PlacedPawtucket, Rhode Island-based Hasbro says it is pulling a Trolls doll from store shelves after a petition with over 250,000 signatures accused the toymaker of promoting child abuse by placing a button on the doll's "private area under her skirt." Katie Johnston reports.
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Report: California Paid Millions For Sleep Train Arena Hospital That Saw Few PatientsThe state paid millions for rent, maintenance and hundreds of healthcare workers for a make-shift hospital that saw fewer than a dozen patients.
New Data Reveals Underlying Conditions Behind San Joaquin County Coronavirus DeathsMany of the coronavirus victims in San Joaquin County had underlying conditions.