Golfland Sunsplash in Roseville is back open for business, despite public health guidelines that prohibit outdoor water parks from operating. 

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Sunsplash In Roseville Open For Business Despite State Guidelines Prohibiting Water ParksGolfland Sunsplash in Roseville is back open for business, despite public health guidelines that prohibit outdoor water parks from operating. 
Search On For Suspect Who Shot At Officers In North SacramentoSacramento Police are searching for a man who threatened suicide in North Sacramento then fired at officers who came to help.
Pregnant Woman And Unborn Child Killed In Turlock Shooting; Search On For SuspectA search is on for the suspect after a pregnant woman was fatally shot in Turlock early Tuesday morning.
Which Schools Can Apply For In-Person Class Waivers?California released new guidance Monday on the waiver process that will allow elementary schools to apply to return to the classroom, even if they're in counties on the state's monitoring list.
Body Cam Video Released Of Deadly Police Shooting In StocktonThe deadly shooting took place at an apartment complex on July 15.
Off-Duty Stanislaus County Sheriff's Deputy, Friend Save 3 Peoples' Lives After ATV Crashes Into DeltaAn off-duty deputy and friend who were out just enjoying an afternoon boating in the Delta were in the right place at the right time and saved three peoples’ lives.
Parents, Teachers React To State Paving Path For Elementary Schools To ReopenCalifornia elementary schools that are ready to open their doors may get the green light from the state after new guidelines from the California Department of Public Health were released Monday.
Learning Curve: Prioritizing Students' Social And Emotional Health NeedsMental health impacts remain a symptom of the COVID-19 pandemic, months after it began. This crisis mixed with distance learning has its own effects on students when they're not in the classroom.
Technical Issue Has California Under-Reporting Virus CasesA technical problem has caused a lag in California’s tally of coronavirus test results, casting doubt on the accuracy of recent data showing improvements in the infection rate and number of positive cases, and hindering efforts to track the spread, the state’s top health official said Tuesday.
California District Attorneys Urge Roger Goodell To Pull NFL’s Stephon Clark PSANFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is being urged to pull a public service announcement that talks about the death of Stephon Clark.
Clorox Wipes Shortage Expected To Last Into 2021Clorox, the world's biggest maker of disinfectant cleaning materials, said consumers will continue to see a shortage of its wipes and other products into 2021 because of overwhelming demand during the pandemic. Katie Johnston reports.
Elk Grove Coronavirus Testing Pop-Up Fills Up FastTesting is first come, first served at the National Guard-run testing site.
Roseville Kidnapping Suspect Crashes Maserati While Fleeing From AuthoritiesA man is under arrest and facing charges of kidnapping after an incident in Roseville on Monday that ended with him crashing his Maserati while trying to escape from authorities. Katie Johnston reports.
Off-Duty Deputy, Friend Save 3 Peoples’ Lives After ATV Crashes Into DeltaAn off-duty deputy and friend who were out just enjoying an afternoon boating in the Delta were in the right place at the right time and saved three peoples’ lives. Katie Johnston reports.
Hollwyood Headlines 8/4/20 - 'Get Duked', 'Teenage Bounty Hunters', 'Fantastic Fungi'On the Hollywood Headlines segment today, we're getting previews of "Get Duked", "Teenage Bounty Hunters", and "Fantastic Fungi."
Youth Sports Guidelines Include Face Coverings InsideThe state has released new guidelines for student athletes during the coronavirus pandemic.
California Issues Guidelines For School ReopeningThe state Department of Public Health released the guidelines for public, private and charter schools seeking permission from local health officers to resume in-person instruction if they are located in one of 38 counties that remain on a state watch list because of troubling COVID-19 increases.
Stockton Navy Sailor Chris 'Bobby' Gnem Remembered As Inspirational And Kind-HeartedA Navy sailor from Stockton presumed dead following a military training accident is being remembered as an inspiration to others.
ICUs Remain Overwhelmed In San Joaquin, Stanislaus CountiesThe coronavirus is showing some signs of slowing down in California, with the exception of the Central Valley, which is now the state's main hotspot.
Sites Fire In Colusa County Now 55 Percent Contained; Evacuation Advisories In EffectFirefighters say better mapping has given them a better idea for the size of wildfire that is prompting evacuation orders in rural Colusa County.
Waste Management Worker Michael Jodoin Killed On the Job In Grass ValleyA Waste Management worker was struck and killed by a woman allegedly driving under the influence Monday morning in Grass Valley.
Rancho Cordova Sales Tax Increase Will Be On Nov. BallotThe city is proposing a half-cent sales tax increase.
2 El Dorado County Restaurants Lose Health Permits And Face Fines But Vow To Stay OpenCafé El Dorado and Apple Bistro face hundreds of dollars in fines, but the owners said they won’t close. Customers said they’ll keep coming if the doors stay open.
California Releases Guidance On Elementary School WaiversAs some students returned to distance learning Monday, the state released new guidance for elementary schools seeking to resume in-person learning.

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