CBS13 News AM News Update - 4/3/20The latest headlines.
Morning Forecast - April 3, 2020Find out what kind of weather we're expecting this weekend.
Moneywatch: Zoom Security UpgradesFacing criticism over its security lapses, Zoom is doing some upgrades.
Coronavirus Response: Trailers Arrive At Cal Expo To Help House HomelessState and local leaders are doing what they can to help at-risk populations during the coronavirus pandemic. .
Reporter In Movie 'Outbreak' Compares On-Screen And Real PandemicHe played the role of a reporter in the Hollywood movie "Outbreak," now he’s living through the real thing.
Medical Tents Set Up At Travis Air Force BaseThe tents will be used for coronavirus testing.
Unemployment Filing ProblemsThe EDD says it is working overtime and just announced it processed over a million claims in two weeks.
Restaurant Survival ModeOne year after it earned a rare Michelin Guide recommendation, the fine-dining restaurant called Canon has become essentially a drive-through.
Carjacking Suspect ArrestedThe San Joaquin County District Attorney's office is looking for people who witnessed an attempted carjacking and beating of an elderly man on Highway 99 in Stockton Sunday.
Quarantine Crowdsourcing WebsiteLocal brothers have developed a crowdsourcing website to help people find where essential groceries are in stock.
Music Circus Cancels All 6 Shows Set For This SummerThe shows will run next summer instead.
Trailers To House Homeless Arrive At Cal ExpoApproximately two dozen RV-style trailers meant to help at-risk individuals self-quarantine during the coronavirus crisis have arrived at Cal Expo as part of Governor Gavin Newsom's plan to protect vulnerable populations during the outbreak, the City of Sacramento said.
Desperate Plea To SurvivorsA Sacramento woman is seeking out survivors of coronavirus to help her dad who was diagnosed last week.
Placer, Sacramento Counties Recommend Wearing Non-Medical MasksMasks should be worn in addition to physical distancing practices and frequent handwashing.
Unprecedented Unemployment Amid Coronavirus OutbreakJust one of the results of this global pandemic is an economic epidemic. Boarded up buildings and workers without work seems to be turning into the norm, and the numbers prove it.
Governor Says Deal Signed For Hospital Beds At Sleep Train ArenaThe arena will house 363 hospital beds for COVID-19 and non-COVID-19 patients.
Sacramento SPCA PAW PantryThe SPCA is offering free pet food for those who need it.
Captain Relieved Of CommandThe captain of a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier facing a growing outbreak of the coronavirus on his ship was fired Thursday by Navy leaders who said he created a panic by sending his memo pleading for help to too many people.
Evening Forecast - April 2, 2020Looking at a wet weekend ahead.
Different Kind Of Coronavirus TestChief Technology Officer Phil Coelho with Thermogenesis told CBS13 he and his team have developed a test for you to find out quickly if you have coronavirus.
Riverside County Sheriff's Deputy Dies From COVID-19Terrell Young is believed to be the second law enforcement officer to die from the coronavirus in California.
This Week In Politics With Political Analyst Gary DietrichCBS13 Political Analyst Gary Dietrich explains the tension between faith-based communities and local government over public health orders, and the fate of the DNC.
Outbreak At Local ChurchCounty health leaders say at least 71 members of the congregation at the Bethany Slavic Missionary Church have been diagnosed with the virus.
Supporting High School SeniorsSchool’s out, indefinitely. Distance learning can provide tools to finish out the school year academically, but soon to be graduates and their families still feel they’re missing out on many major milestones.