About 1,600 healthcare workers will be in attendance on Tuesday.
Sacramento Kings Welcoming Some Fans Back To Golden 1 CenterAbout 1,600 healthcare workers will be in attendance on Tuesday.
Some Local Theatres Remain ClosedDespite being allowed to reopen, some local theatres will stay closed. Representatives say that reduced capacity doesn't allow them to stay afloat.
Public School Students Return To Classes In OaklandStudents in middle and high school have returned to school in Oakland.
Businesses Prepare For Fans Return To Kings GamesSacramento Kings fans will be making a COVID comeback this week for the first time since March of last year. Fans will be allowed in the stands starting Tuesday and nearby businesses are already getting ready.
Golden 1 Center To Welcome Fans Back To Kings GamesCapacity will be capped at 10% for at least the first few games.
Some Sacramento Businesses Given ‘Micro-Grants’Local businesses that struggled during the pandemic are getting a little bit of a boost from the city.
Restrictions On Indoor Events RelaxedOn the same day vaccine eligibility expands, Californians will also be able to attend indoor events again.
Live Events Set To Return To SacramentoCalifornia is coming back, with the stage in Sacramento already being set for live indoor events. Starting Thursday, Californians will once again be able to attend concerts, conventions, and conferences.
Kings Host The Timberwolves At G1C April 20The Golden 1 Center is welcoming back fans this month , starting with a special group of frontline workers on April 20 when the Kings take on the Timberwolves. Fans will be required to have either proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test.
Sacramento Kings To Let Some Fans Return To Golden 1 Center Starting April 20Fans will soon be allowed back into Sacramento Kings games at the Golden 1 Center.
Several Local School Districts Return To CampusMore students will be returning to classrooms on Monday.
Families Gather At Roseville Speedway For First Race In Over A YearIt's been 18 months since people have been in the stands.
San Francisco Giants Welcome Some Fans Back For Home OpenerFans either need to have a negative COVID-19 test or their vaccination card to be let in.
Crocker Art Museum ReopensThe Crocker Art Museum is framing its reopening around a new exhibit showcasing a more diverse group of artists.
Hundreds Of Sacramento Students Come Back Into The ClassroomLots of measures are in place to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
Crocker Art Museum Reopening On ThursdayThe museum is bringing back guests at 25 percent capacity.
Fans Head To Sutter Health Park For A's-Giants ScrimmageBaseball fans were excited to be back at Sutter Health Park, and many showed up before the gates even opened Wednesday.
Local Ballparks Returning To NormalcySports stadiums are returning to normal, and one example of that is Sutter Health Park in West Sacramento.
Summer Uncertainties In Sacramento As California Restrictions LoosenNow, brides and grooms trying to plan a summer wedding are doing so without any guidelines.
Baseball Is Back At Sutter Health ParkSutter Health Park is the Alternate Training Site scrimmage between the San Francisco Giants and Oakland Athletics on Wednesday.
With June 15 Announcement, Will Counties Be Back To Normal By Summer?California is coming back, announcing its clearest "end in sight" yet Tuesday. The state is laying out a date for lifting restrictions that have changed daily life throughout the pandemic.
California Plans To Fully Reopen Economy On June 15California has set a date for when it will fully reopen after the pandemic.
Sutter Health Park Welcoming Back FansThis week, the park will be welcoming back fans for MLB scrimmages.
Curtains Rising After CA Loosens RestrictionsIndoor gatherings, events and concerts will now be permitted, California announced on Friday.