Moneywatch: Insurers Waive COVID-19 CostsMore people will soon be able to get tested for coronavirus.
Gov. Newsom To Give Coronavirus UpdateGov. Gavin Newsom will join workers on the front lines of the coronavirus pandemic on Monday as he’s expected to announce a major initiative that could also help California's healthcare workforce.
Coronavirus: Shoppers Notice More Used Protective Items Littering Store Parking LotsRebecca Beuttel said she’s been seeing plenty of people protecting themselves at stores in Roseville during the coronavirus pandemic. She told CBS13 not everyone is disposing of their protective masks, gloves and disinfectant wipes into garbage cans.
Crackdown At State ParksThe state parks department has closed off vehicular traffic at all 280 sites temporarily.
Serial Killer Dubbed Grim Sleeper Dies In California PrisonLonnie Franklin, the convicted serial killer known as the "Grim Sleeper" who preyed on the women of South Los Angeles for more than two decades, has died in prison. He was 67.
Search Continues For Hit-And-Run Driver In CarmichaelThe search continues for the driver involved in a hit-and-run in Carmichael.
Person In Critical Condition After Being Shot In RosevilleThe Roseville Police Department said a person is hospitalized in critical condition after being shot during an altercation with another person on Saturday night.
Volunteers 3-D Printing Face ShieldsA group of volunteers is getting together and producing thousands of facemasks with 3-D printers to donate for local health workers in need.
Coronavirus Impact: CA State Parks Closes Vehicle Access At All 280 SitesCalifornia State Parks announced Sunday that vehicular access will temporarily be closed at all 280 state parks to prevent the spread of coronavirus after experiencing a surge of visitations at many sites.
Save Mart, FoodMaxx, Lucky Stores Adding Plexiglas GuardsThe shields will be installed at grocery stores through California and Northern Nevada.
Denio's Farmers' Market Open Seven Days A WeekThey said the amount of outdoor space they have keeps shoppers at a distance from each other.
Citrus Heights Food Bank Hosts Drive-Thru Food DriveThe Citrus Heights Food Bank hosted a drive-thru food drive for the community.
Lottery Employee Tests PositiveA California Lottery field employee tested positive for coronavirus.
Nursing Students Face Cancelled Classes, Unable to Join Workforce When Most NeededFor some, moving to online classes and not walking at a graduation ceremony means nursing students aren't able to join the workforce when they're desperately needed.
Nursing Program Shut Down In SacramentoAmerican River College shut down its nursing program six weeks before graduation.
Sacramento Lottery Field Employee Tests Positive For CoronavirusA California Lottery field employee has tested positive for COVID-19 and now staffers are concerned hundreds of others may be at risk.
Drive-By Birthday Party In Elk Grove For 6-Year-Old BrookeBirthdays during the shelter-in-place order may not sound like much, but one Elk Grove neighborhood came together to celebrate a special sixth birthday on Friday.
Comedy Spot Providing Laughs During Tough TimesThe midtown comedy club is live streaming shows to help people laugh during the coronavirus crisis.
When Home Isn't SafeIt’s a frightening reality of everyone sheltering in place because of COVID 19. Victims are now forced to stay inside with their abusers.
Booze To GoThe California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control says restaurants with a liquor license can now sell mixed drinks to-go.
Struggle For Social DistanceState park officials said many of their facilities saw record visitation last weekend, making it impossible for people to properly social distance.
Spike In Coronavirus Cases And DeathsThe number of cases in the U.S. has increased by nearly 20,000 in 24 hours.
Plans For Hospital At Sleep Train ArenaThe Sleep Train Arena will likely be turned into a field hospital, according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Cookies To Celebrate DoctorsFor Goodness Bakes is delivering cookies to medical workers.