City Of Sacramento Partners With Local Restaurants To Deliver MealsThe meals are being delivered to vulnerable populations who are in need during the shelter in place order.
Unemployment Concerns In CAliforniaAs the coronavirus pandemic worsens, more and more people are losing jobs.
Isolated Hospital PatientsHospitals and assisted living facilities are working to limit exposure for patients and staff, but that can be excruciating for those with loved ones inside.
25,000 People Signed Up For New State Health Care Corps In 24 HoursCalifornia continues to aggressively take steps to minimize the impact of the deadly coronavirus. Governor Newsom gave his daily coronavirus update on Tuesday and said thousands of people on Monday have volunteered to help.
Hotline To Help SeniorsCalifornia Gov. Gavin Newsom announced a new campaign on Tuesday to help the state’s seniors fight social isolation and food insecurity amid the coronavirus pandemic.
CBS13 News PM News Update - 3/31/20The latest headlines.
3/31/20 PM Digi-CastSunny and breezy to start out April.
Iconic Freeport Boulevard Raley’s Sign Restored After Being Damaged In FallThe iconic Raley’s sign along Freeport Boulevard that was damaged when it fell while being moved to the chain’s new store has been restored. Katie Johnston reports.
Coronavirus Update: California Launches Hotline To Help People Reach Out To SeniorsGov. Newsom announced a new initiative to check-in on seniors who have been isolated during the coronavirus pandemic.
CBS13 News AM News Update - 3/31/20The latest headlines.
Man Suspected Of Trying To Break Into Closed Roseville Business Through RoofA man is under arrest after officers say he tried to burglarize a Roseville business over the weekend by coming through the roof. Katie Johnston reports.
Morning Forecast - March 31, 2020Find out what kind of weather we're expecting this week.
Moneywatch: Emissions Standards Rolled Back During Coronavirus OutbreakThe Trump Administration is rolling back emissions standards set by the Obama Administration.
Coronavirus Pandemic: Remote California Counties Tell People To Stay AwayThe sheriffs are urging people to stay home and flatten the curve.
Coronavirus: Latest UpdatesCalifornia leaders are working hard to flatten the curve.
Passing The Time During QuarantineSince we can no longer go to the movies, restaurants, or even take a trip, many of us are getting creative on how to pass the time.
San Joaquin County Fair CanceledThe fair was set to happen in June, and now the young farmers may be hit the hardest.
UC Davis Engineers Rising To The ChallengeThe escalating virus crisis is being met head-on by a team of UC Davis engineers in a creative way.
Drive-In Movies Still OpenYou won't be able to get popcorn and soda, but the Westwind Drive-Ins are still open for you to enjoy a movie from the comfort of your car.
Alpine & Tuolumne Counties Ask Visitors To Stay AwayThe counties are asking visitors and second homeowners to stay away during the coronavirus pandemic.
Governor's Call For Health Care Workers AnsweredGovernor Newsom is calling on retired healthcare workers in California to come back to work and help hospitals deal with the projected surge of COVID-19 cases ahead.
Finding A New RoutineParents of children who have autism are working to create new routines for their children during the coronavirus shelter-in-place order.
Sellands Market Cafe Closing All Three LocationsThe company said they are closing all locations for the safety of their employees.
Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort Lays Off 275The Jackson Rancheria Casino Resort is extending its temporary closure indefinitely amid the coronavirus pandemic.