Unemployment ClaimsA record number of Californians filed unemployment claims over the past two weeks, now many are wondering when they’ll get their first payment. CBS13 is getting answers.
3D-Printed Face ShieldsA Bay Area nonprofit is stepping up to help during this crisis.
Push For More Hospital BedsGovernor Newsom is promising to bring thousands of additional hospital beds to the state to prepare for sick patients.
Nonprofits Face Uncertain Future During Coronavirus OutbreakA crisis period like the coronavirus is the time when local non-profits may be needed the most. Hundreds of community members have stepped up to help local food banks with their free time.
Airport Ghost TownIn wake of the coronavirus pandemic, flights are being canceled left and right, passengers are staying away, and the immediate future of travel is very much up in the air.
Sleep Train Arena To Become Field HospitalThe old Sleep Train Arena will be turned into a field hospital, according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Sacramento County Schools Extend Closures To May 1Schools will be implementing distance learning plans.
Man, 34, Suspected Of Hitting And Killing Grandfather With Baseball Bat In North HighlandsA man is under arrest on suspicion of striking and killing his own grandfather with a baseball bat in North Highlands.
Coronavirus Shutdown: Are Florists Essential Businesses?A Davis florist is fighting to stay open amid the coronavirus crisis.
Coronavirus Shelter-At-Home: Yolo County Allowing Non-Essential Businesses To Make DeliveriesYolo County is throwing a lifeline to businesses deemed non-essential amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Coronavirus Update: California Cases Continue To RiseAll counties in our area now have confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus.
Moneywatch: New Precautions At TargetThe retailer is changing some policies due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Man Reportedly Hit, Killed Grandfather With Baseball BatA North Highlands man reportedly struck and killed his grandfather with a baseball bat Thursday night.
Rocklin Restaurant Giving Out Free Pizza To Families Struggling Through Coronavirus PandemicA Rocklin pizza place is stepping up to help the community.
Loosening Social Distancing Rules?President Trump is considering a plan that would relax social districting rules in some parts of the country.
Sneeze Guard Production In Elk GroveA new layer of protection is coming to a store near you. Large acrylic panels are being installed at thousands of grocery stores across the country.
Hoarding Hurts VeteransAs people continue stockpiling, facilities that help veterans in need are scrambling for the basics.
A Dose Of Optimism Amid Coronavirus OutbreakExperts predict the construction boom will put Sacramento in a good position once the economy bounces back from COVID-19.
Sacrificing Safety For Style?Keeping up your appearance in self-isolation is something many have accepted to be impossible right now.
Primo Pizza In Rocklin Offers Free Pizza To People In NeedYou can call 916-871-0759 to order.
Sacramento Business Fund Closed After Overwhelming ResponseAn emergency fund for small businesses in Sacramento is already closed following an overwhelming number of applications.
All California DMV Offices Closed Until April 1 For CleaningCalifornia's Department of Motor Vehicles announced that beginning Friday it will be closing all of its field locations through the end of March due to the coronavirus to begin a move toward providing essential services virtually.
New Cases Confirmed At Elk Grove Assisted Living FacilityOfficials say there are five new COVID-19 cases at Carlton Senior Living in Elk Grove.
Don't Flush Wipes!You may be running low on TP, but flushing wipes will create a big mess in your pipes.