The ongoing coronavirus crisis that has brought the country to a halt is affecting businesses and non-profits big and small – including the Sacramento Zoo. Katie Johnston reports.

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Coronavirus Closures: Big Deficit Prompts Sacramento Zoo To Lay Off Dozens Of EmployeesThe ongoing coronavirus crisis that has brought the country to a halt is affecting businesses and non-profits big and small – including the Sacramento Zoo. Katie Johnston reports.
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90-Year-Old Survives CoronavirusThe family of a 90-year-old Lathrop man who tested positive for COVID-19 says he beat the virus.
Police Chase Ends With Crash Into CruiserPolice say a DUI suspect was arrested Monday evening after prompting a chase and crashing into multiple vehicles, including a patrol car.
Calls To Company's Suicide Hotline Up 40% In MarchCalls to a suicide crisis hotline have increased across the Sacramento region, one company says.
State Reportedly Considering Closing Fishing Season In Some AreasSome smaller communities are worried fishermen will bring the virus from out of town and overwhelm their health care system.
Lodi Pastor Vows To Keep Assembling, Threatens Federal LawsuitA church showdown is heating up in San Joaquin County over the coronavirus stay-at-home order. 
Hospital Staffing ConundrumIt seems counterintuitive — hospitals reducing hours for their employees at a time of crisis like this — but at hospitals that have not seen the surge yet, it’s actually very slow right now.
Thieves Use Stolen Semi Truck To Crash Into And Steal ATMSuisun City Police are investigating a stolen ATM case.
Suisun City Man With Coronavirus Discharged From HospitalCalifornia Highway Patrol employee Dwayne Potts was allowed to go home Monday afternoon after he was hospitalized with coronavirus symptoms. 
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Evening Forecast - April 6, 2020It's drying out and warming up!
Coronavirus Crisis Uncertainty: Payment Protection LimitsResponse to the federal stimulus package to help small businesses impacted by the coronavirus pandemic has been overwhelming. At least one bank is no longer accepting applications.
Resident At Gold River Senior Living Facility Dies From CoronavirusNow there are concerns surrounding protecting seniors at assisted living facilities.
California Loaning 500 Ventilators To National StockpileGov. Gavin Newsom says it is loaning out 500 ventilators to the Strategic National Stockpile inventory to help other states during the coronavirus pandemic.
State Working To Meet Coronavirus Medical NeedsAs tens of thousands of retired health care workers and medical students sign up to join the army of the California Health Corps, little is known about how it will actually operate, how much it will cost, and whether you, the taxpayer, will front the bill.

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