Coronavirus Outbreak: Child Care ConcernWith the stay-at-home order, there has been a lot of confusion and concern about preschool and child care.
Staying Positive In IsolationThere’s no denying it’s been a tough week for much of the Sacramento area, but amidst all of the fears and anxieties people are facing, many are still bringing hope.
What Can You Do During Statewide Stay-At-Home Order?With this statewide stay-at-home order issued Thursday by Gov. Gavin Newsom to mitigate the spread of the coronavirus, many people are wondering what they can and cannot do.
Vacaville Opens Hotline To Assist Quarantined SeniorsThe City of Vacaville set up a hotline to help quarantined seniors in need of assistance during the coronavirus outbreak – serving the most vulnerable in the community at a time when they are at the greatest health risk.
City Of Sacramento Giving Free Child Care To First RespondersThe City of Sacramento announced today that they will provide free child care to all first responders during the coronavirus outbreak.
UC Davis Researchers Working To Find Test, Treatment And Vaccine For CoronavirusResearchers at UC Davis are racing to develop solutions for the coronavirus with the help of the patient being treated there. Infectious disease doctors and scientists are now trying to unravel the biology of the coronavirus to come up with diagnostic tests, treatments, and a vaccine.
Coronavirus Update: Over 1,000 Confirmed Cases Of Coronavirus In CaliforniaThe latest numbers from Johns Hopkins University show there are 1,030 confirmed cases of the coronavirus across the state and the death toll has risen to 18.
Coronavirus Update: Gov. Newsom Tells All Californians To Stay HomeThe governor hopes this will slow the spread the virus and help hospitals not be overwhelmed.
Bucking The SystemSome Placerville residents are choosing to still dine at restaurants, ignoring public health orders.
Shelters Filling UpLocal shelters are looking for people to foster and adopt animals during the coronavirus crisis.
Stranded Travelers ReturnThe Sacramento tourist and her friends were stranded in Morocco when the borders closed.
Sac RT Reducing Bus And Train Service Starting Next WeekPublic transportation will continue during the shelter in place order.
Off-Duty Sheriff's Deputies Posted Outside Some Raley's StoresRaley's requested the extra security.
Enforcing The Stay-At-Home-OrderBusinesses can be held criminally responsible for not following the shelter in place rules.
Entire State Told To Stay HomeThe Governor issued a statewide shelter in place order Thursday.
Q&A With CBS13 Political Analyst Gary DietrichCBS13's Political Analyst Gary Dietrich answers a few of our questions.
Nurses Raise ConcernsSome local nurses say not enough is being done to protect them.
Seniors Stuck In The DarkSeveral seniors are trapped self-isolating in an area without power.
Saving The School Year?Sacramento County wants neighbors to shelter in place, but the Natomas Unified School District says they are planning to finish their school year anyway.
Newsom Projects 56% Of Californians Will Catch CoronavirusThe governor said on Thursday that a projected 25.5 million people in the state could catch the virus.
Man Accused Of Being Serial Child MolesterThe South Lake Tahoe Police Department said a three-month-long investigation resulted in the arrest of a man who's accused of sexually abusing multiple children.
Governor Newsom: 25.5 Million People In CA Could Get The VirusThe governor projects approximately 56% of Californians could get the coronavirus over an eight-week period.
Sacramento County Stay-At-Home OrderJust before midnight tonight, residents of Sacramento County will be placed under a legal order to stay inside.
Vacaville, Folsom Premium Outlets Closing TemporarilyThe outlets announced Wednesday they would close until March 29, to help stop the spread of the coronavirus.