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AT&T And Verizon Turning On 5G At Some US AirportsThe plan is being delayed at some airports. Neither company said how long the delays would last .
Orange Shortage Leading To Higher Orange Juice PricesGet ready to squeeze out more money for orange juice. Citrus disease and bad weather has led to Florida's smallest orange harvest in nearly 80 years.
Sacramento City Council Voting On Measures To Improve Old Sac, DowntownSacramento City Council is meeting to discuss proposals to do things like improve security and remove trash in Old Sacramento and other downtown areas.
Former Nordstrom Building At Arden Fair Mall Could See New LifeThe store closed in May of 2020. It's unclear what the new owner of the store will house there.
New Casino Coming To North Lake TahoeA project for a new luxury casino and resort in North Lake Tahoe is moving forward.The investment group that recently bought the Biltmore Lodge and Casino just bought another property in North Lake Tahoe. This one is right on the lake. The company plans to tear down the cottages that are there and build a new casino and hotel. They hope to break ground in May of 2022.
Tractor Shortage Could Lead To Higher Prices At The Grocery StoreHigh gas prices are impacting food costs, and a supply chain issue could make it worse. Rachel Wulff shows that a shortage of tractors could put a pinch on your pocketbook.
Downtown Businesses Returning To Normal After Power RestoredBusiness owners are hustling to get back online after a fire at a SMUD substation caused a massive power outage earlier this week. The outage forced businesses to close during one of the busiest times of the year. The owner of Steamers Café says she threw out thousands of dollars worth of food when she lost power. .
Black Friday Helps Struggling Businesses Less Due To Worker ShortageThere's a worker shortage just as the holiday shopping season has gotten underway. Black Friday may be here, but some businesses don’t have enough staff to stay open as long as they’d like.
Procter & Gamble Recalls Body Sprays Over Cancer-Causing IngredientSeveral popular body sprays are being recalled over a possible cancer-causing chemical. Procter & Gamble is voluntarily recalling 18 versions of its Old Spice and Secret-brand deodorants, the products may contain benzene, which can cause leukemia and blood cancer of the bone marrow, although no one has reported any adverse effects, the company says.
Nearly 2M More People Will Shop Between Thanksgiving And Cyber Monday This Year Than LastThe National Retail Federation forecasts record holiday spending, predicting retail sales will jump more than 10% to $859 billion. Early signals already point to robust spending, with sales climbing 1.7% last month as people purchased fitness gear, electronics and clothing heading into the holidays.
Port Problems Forcing Local Shop To Have Supplies Shipping By TruckShipping cross-country to meet customer deadlines. That’s what’s happening with some small businesses trying to keep up with customer demand.
Historic Partial Lunar Eclipse Lasted 3 Hours, 28 MinutesLast night (11/18) was the longest partial lunar eclipse in nearly 600 years. Time lapse video from the Griffith Observatory looks like somebody just put their hand in front of the lens, but we're told this is showing the historic event which was called the blood moon. NASA says that it lasted three hours, 28 minutes and 23 seconds.
Why Is Gas So Expensive In California? AAA's Sergio Avila ExplainsCalifornia just broke the state's gas average for a second day in a row. It now sits at $4.68. What is it going to take to lower these gas prices? AAA's Sergio Avila explains.
Chickpea Fire In Ceres Under InvestigationA fire at a chickpea factory and Ceres is under investigation. The fire happened Sunday night on Brewmaster Dr. just before 8:30 p.m. No one was hurt.
California: Amazon Facing $500K Proposed Fine For How It Notifies Employees About COVID CasesThe company Amazon is reportedly on the hook tonight for $500,000. The state says the company has been putting workers in COVID danger. Attorney General announced the fine today over the way the tech company notifies employees about COVID outbreaks. The fine still requires court approval.
Elk Grove Officials Visit Zoos As Part Of Sacramento Zoo Feasibility StudyElk Grove could become the future home of the Sacramento Zoo. City officials visited the Houston Zoo earlier this month as part of its usability study. Last month, they also visited the Fresno Zoo. Once the study is complete, the city council will vote on whether it feels the zoo is a good fit for the city.
County Files Complaints Against Placerville Businesses For Violating COVID OrdersTwo Placerville restaurants that had their health permits revoked over COVID-19 safety violations have now had complaints filed officially against them by El Dorado County. Apple Bistro and Danette's Brick Oven Pub had their health permits revoked last year but refused to close. A cease and desist letter was sent on October 21 stating that the county would be seeking all applicable damages, fines and that a closure order if the restaurants stayed open. The county says both restaurants have ignored the letter.
Sacramento International Airport Ranks In Top 10 For Fewest DelaysSacramento International Airport just ranked as one of the top 10 airports in the country with the fewest delays and cancellations. The Family Vacation Guide found Honolulu International Airport had the fewest number of delays and cancellations out of any airport in the US.
Sacramento Food Bank Receives Turkey Delivery That Can Feed 20K PeopleThe special delivery was courtesy of Foster Farms. Turkey donations have been an annual tradition for the company since 2008. A company spokesperson says the need is greater than ever and prices on thanksgiving food items are on the rise.
Former Stockton Mayor Michael Tubbs Releases New BookFormer Stockton Mayor Michael Tubbs is releasing a new book, it's called "The Deeper the Roots: A Memoire of Hope and Home". The book details his story from growing up poor to getting a Stanford scholarship and then he was the youngest and first black mayor in Stockton history.
Airpark Groundbreaking Held In StocktonAn airpark is coming to Stockton. A groundbreaking ceremony was held today at the side on Arch Airport Road and I-5. The project will convert nearly 1.2 million square foot industrial space. Officials say it'll create up to 5,000 new jobs as well and increase economic development in that area.
Two New Apartment Buildings Going Up Along Stockton Boulevard Near 10th Avenue In SacramentoTwo new apartment buildings are planned near the new Aggie Square development in Sacramento. The project is planned on vacant lots along Stockton Boulevard between 9th and 10th Avenues.
Unoccupied Opendoor-Owned Sacramento Home For Sale Targeted By SquattersPotential squatters in Sacramento have vandalized a Tahoe Park home. The 14th Ave. home has been sitting vacant for five months as a real estate tech company tries and fails to sell it.
Placerville Rite Aid Trying To Distance Itself From Noose On SignThe store is located at Hangtown Village Square. The company says it doesn't want to be associated with the noose imagery and hung boards over the sign, but they have since been taken down.

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