Tale Of Two Towns: More Businesses Open In El Dorado Hills While Folsom Stays Under Tight Restrictions
Four counties in the Sacramento-San Joaquin Valley are close to lifting some novel coronavirus restrictions.
Feds: Fraudster blew $30K in Vegas with virus loan money
A convicted bank robber from Rhode Island fraudulently obtained $600,000 in forgivable federal business loans and spent $30,000 in Las Vegas before being caught, federal prosecutors said Tuesday.
With 95% Homes Hit, Feds Say No Need For Census Extension
A Wisconsin man is suing a LaCrosse city clerk and Gov. Tony Evers (D) after he was dismissed from a paid poll worker position for refusing to wear a mask at a voting precinct, citing a medical condition.
Reese's is putting pretzels in peanut butter cups, because 'the hell with it, it's 2020'
This year has been far from sweet, so Reese's is embracing its salty side by adding pretzels to its peanut butter cups.
Nail salons get OK from California to operate indoors
California Health and Human Services Secretary Dr. Mark Ghaly held a news conference Tuesday where he gave an update on county changes in California's new color-coded, tiered reopening system.
'America's Got Talent' finale: From Archie Williams to Broken Roots, who could win it all?
After an unprecedented season riddled with COVID-19 restrictions, injuries and illness, "AGT" is one night away from crowning its $1 million champion.
Skydiver pops the question to his girlfriend at 13,000 feet
This marriage proposal is certainly a memorable one.
3 Bay Area counties move into less-restrictive coronavirus ‘red tier,’ allowing for more business reopenings
Napa, Marin, San Francisco, and Santa Clara counties are also in the red tier.
Tommy DeVito, original Four Seasons member, dead at 92 from COVID-19
Tommy DeVito, one of the smooth harmonizers of legendary doo-wop group the Four Seasons, has died from complications of the coronavirus. The baritone vocalist and lead guitarist was 92.
UC Davis football coach: We want players to be safe
As the students make their return to UC Davis, there is one fall tradition they will be missing this coming quarter: football.
University of California Unfairly Admitted 64 Connected Students Over Last Six Years, Audit Finds
A California state audit finds that the University of California wrongly admitted at least 64 wealthy students over the past six years as “favors to donors, family, and friends.”