A new study says social distancing and remote learning has led to an increase of students. Researchers looked at 3,000 students for at least a year, and more than half said they had symptoms of depression and anxiety, a quarter had trouble sleeping, 60 percent recorded eating issues, and 40 percent have had suicidal thoughts. This study was published in JAMA Pediatrics Journal.
Scott Peterson Resentencing Hearing Set For WednesdayPeterson is expected to be in the courtroom on Wednesday.
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Wednesday Weather Forecast - Dec. 8, 2021Find out what kind of weather we're expecting the rest of the week.
Experts Discuss Omicron Findings In Sacramento WastewaterScientists say we are seeing the very beginning of Omicron in the community — and the impact is huge. It's kind of an early warning system that's helping public health officials respond before an outbreak.
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Roseville's Nixtaco Hit By ThiefSurveillance camera capture the suspect stealing the restaurant’s expensive smoker, and he left a social media trail for everyone to see.
Woman Accused Of Trying To Drown Boy In Yuba County CanalA woman is facing an attempted murder charge after she allegedly tried to drown a 4-year-old boy in a Yuba County irrigation canal before he was rescued, authorities said Tuesday.
Person Killed In Sacramento Freeway Road Rage Shooting Was Retired Correctional OfficerThe suspected gunman will make his first court appearance on Thursday.
Multi-County Murder Mystery In California Involves Alabama MenUC Hastings Law Professor John Myers says it’s uncommon but not impossible. He explained that without a body, the case has to be airtight.
Evening Forecast - 12/7/21Here is your extended 7-day forecast!
Helmet Video Of Orangevale Residential FireSacramento Metro Fire's helmet video shows a closer look at what firefighters encounter on the job.
Yuba Water Agrees To Transfer Water To Bay Area In 2022The agency will transfer roughly 3 billions gallons of water next year.
Homeless Community Crackdown At Sacramento Industrial ParkThe city ordered 160 vehicles to clear from this industrial park last week, and Monday, the city sent crews to tow many of the vehicles and trailers that were still there.
Mentorship Nonprofit Turns To Stockton Community To Expand ServicesRaising Youth Resilience is a leadership and mentoring organization for at-risk youth in Stockton, and now, the leadership team is calling on the community to expand their work.
Q&Answers: Citizen Hotel's Naught-And-Nice ListThe Citizen Hotel in Sacramento is unveiling its 2021 naughty-and-nice list.
Scott Peterson Resentencing Hearing Wednesday In San Mateo CourtPeterson is expected to be resentenced to life without parole for the killings of his wife, Laci Peterson, and unborn son.
Arrest Nade In Deadly I-5 Shooting In SacramentoThe suspected gunman in a deadly shooting on Interstate 5 in Sacramento on Monday has been arrested, the California Highway Patrol announced Tuesday.
Gov. Gavin Newsom Publishes Children's BookGov. Newsom is releasing his own children's book today. The book is called "Ben & Emma's Big Hit". All proceeds from the sale of the book go to the International Dyslexia Association.
Search On For Truck Thief In Yuba CountyThe search for a pickup truck thief is part of a growing trend in California. CHP officers in Yuba County say a man stole an F-250 truck in Plumas Lake. The truck was found, but officers are trying to track down the thief. Officers say thieves are targeting Super Duty trucks because they can easily be hot-wired.
Truck Loses Control And Rolls Along Highway 99 North Of GaltCalifornia Highway Patrol is investigating a crash off of Highway 99 in Sacramento County.
Getting Answers: Arrest Made In I-5 Freeway Shooting?We're asking law enforcement officers if they've made an arrest in the freeway shooting on I-5 near Richards Boulevard Monday that left one man injured. The suspect was allegedly in a white Mercedes.
Ceremony Commemorates Those Who Died In Attack On Pearl HarborLaw enforcement, along with military vets and others, participated in the ceremony held in Sacramento's Discovery Park Monday. Organizers say they don't want to lose the memory of the attack and those who lost their lives that day. Nearly 2,400 Americans were killed in the attack, propelling the country into WWII.
Tuesday Noon Forecast - 12/7/21There's more rain on the way. Cody Stark times it out in his latest forecast.
Pickup Overturns In Crash Near GaltNo injuries were reported.