It's no easy task selling a house under a stay at home order. The "For Sale" signs are still out and realtors are taking them on but how does that work when no one can go out to actually see their new dream home?
More Houses SellingIt's no easy task selling a house under a stay at home order. The "For Sale" signs are still out and realtors are taking them on but how does that work when no one can go out to actually see their new dream home?
Old Ventilators To Be Refurbished To Fight Against CoronavirusGovernor Gavin Newsom and San Jose Mayor Sam Liccardo on Saturday took a tour of Sunnyvale company Bloom Energy where hundreds of old ventilators the state had in storage are being refurbished as part of the fight against coronavirus.
CBS13 PM News Update - 3/28/20Here are the latest stories from around the region.
Evening Forecast - 3/28/20Here's your extended 7-day forecast!
Nursing Program Shut Down In SacramentoAmerican River College shut down its nursing program six weeks before graduation.
Sacramento Lottery Field Employee Tests Positive For CoronavirusA California Lottery field employee has tested positive for COVID-19 and now staffers are concerned hundreds of others may be at risk.
Drive-By Birthday Party In Elk Grove For 6-Year-Old BrookeBirthdays during the shelter-in-place order may not sound like much, but one Elk Grove neighborhood came together to celebrate a special sixth birthday on Friday.
Comedy Spot Providing Laughs During Tough TimesThe midtown comedy club is live streaming shows to help people laugh during the coronavirus crisis.
When Home Isn't SafeIt’s a frightening reality of everyone sheltering in place because of COVID 19. Victims are now forced to stay inside with their abusers.
Booze To GoThe California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control says restaurants with a liquor license can now sell mixed drinks to-go.
Struggle For Social DistanceState park officials said many of their facilities saw record visitation last weekend, making it impossible for people to properly social distance.
Spike In Coronavirus Cases And DeathsThe number of cases in the U.S. has increased by nearly 20,000 in 24 hours.
Plans For Hospital At Sleep Train ArenaThe Sleep Train Arena will likely be turned into a field hospital, according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Cookies To Celebrate DoctorsFor Goodness Bakes is delivering cookies to medical workers.
Unemployment ClaimsA record number of Californians filed unemployment claims over the past two weeks, now many are wondering when they’ll get their first payment. CBS13 is getting answers.
3D-Printed Face ShieldsA Bay Area nonprofit is stepping up to help during this crisis.
Push For More Hospital BedsGovernor Newsom is promising to bring thousands of additional hospital beds to the state to prepare for sick patients.
Evening Forecast - March 27, 2020Get ready for a bit of a wintery weekend, then we'll be back to more spring-like weather next week.
Nonprofits Face Uncertain Future During Coronavirus OutbreakA crisis period like the coronavirus is the time when local non-profits may be needed the most. Hundreds of community members have stepped up to help local food banks with their free time.
Airport Ghost TownIn wake of the coronavirus pandemic, flights are being canceled left and right, passengers are staying away, and the immediate future of travel is very much up in the air.
Sleep Train Arena To Become Field HospitalThe old Sleep Train Arena will be turned into a field hospital, according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Afternoon Forecast - March 27, 2020Find out what kind of weather we're expecting this weekend.
Sacramento County Schools Extend Closures To May 1Schools will be implementing distance learning plans.
Man, 34, Suspected Of Hitting And Killing Grandfather With Baseball Bat In North HighlandsA man is under arrest on suspicion of striking and killing his own grandfather with a baseball bat in North Highlands.