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Stockton Police Search For Stolen French Bulldog PuppyEllie, the 20-week-old puppy, was taken during a residential burglary Monday morning.
Hit And Run Suspect Found Tied To Pole In Calaveras CountyDeputies say a man who struck a person with his vehicle and drove away was found hours later tied to a telephone pole at the scene of the crime.
Facing The Frontlines At Travis Air Force BaseSeveral flights and groups at Travis Air Force Base are working closely together to build resources needed to support medical staff at David Grant USAF Medical Center.
Styling From A Safe DistanceAn Auburn hairstylist is getting creative to keep her business afloat and her clients looking good.
Sacramento City Council Approves $15M Homeless PlanIn an effort to protect the homeless population and slow the spread of the coronavirus, the Sacramento City Council approved a $15 million homeless response plan Tuesday.
Executive Order Suspends Tax On Supplies, But Only For StateThe executive order suspends sales tax on medical supplies purchased by the state, not private entities.
Big Change For BusinessesThe new Sacramento County Health order lays out strict new social distancing protocols for essential businesses.
Furloughed Workers And Unemployment Amid Coronavirus PandemicWith an increase in furloughed workers this week, there are a lot of questions about whether they are entitled to unemployment — especially for those who are still working part-time or getting partial pay.
Grocery Shopping SafelyDuring the coronavirus outbreak, here are some tips to grocery shop safely and reduce your risk of contracting the virus.
Yuba County Closing Golf CoursesIn an effort to slow the spread of coronavirus, Yuba County is closing golf courses.
Placerville Vice Mayor Tets Positive For CoronavirusThe Vice Mayor of Placerville tested positive for coronavirus and is now recovering.
Help For Job SeekersLost your job because of the coronavirus? Gov. Gavin Newsom says there is a website that can help.
Impact On Sacramento ZooThe ongoing coronavirus crisis that has brought the country to a halt is affecting businesses and non-profits big and small - including the Sacramento Zoo.
Evening Forecast - April 7, 2020It's warming up and feeling more like spring.
Drive-Thru Coronavirus Testing Expanded In SacramentoPeople experiencing mild coronavirus symptoms can now get tested.
Coronavirus Unemployment: State Provides Help For Job SeekersThe governor's office is launching an online program — onwardca.org — which helps match the more than 2 million unemployed Californians who have lost their jobs because of coronavirus with open jobs on the market right now.
Sacramento Considering Plan To Expand Protection For Homeless PeopleSacramento County passed a plan to spend $15 million to help protect the homeless.
Mental Health ResourcesWith the stress of the coronavirus crisis weighing on everyone, Gov. Gavin Newsom urged Californians to also take care of their mental health.
Tuesday 4/7 California Coronavirus UpdateGovernor Newsom said California is flattening the curve, but the curve is also stretching.
Coronavirus Update: Sacramento County Health Order ExtendedThe Sacramento County stay-at-home order has been extended through May 1 in an effort to reduce the spread of coronavirus.
Suspicious Package At ChurchPolice determined there was no credible threat to a Roseville church after a suspicious package that was delivered Tuesday afternoon.

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