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Coronavirus Unemployment: CBS13 Answering Frequently Asked Questions

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — We’ve been getting hundreds of emails and questions on social media from viewers who are struggling to file for unemployment. CBS13 Investigative Reporter Julie Watts has been working from home to get them answers over the past couple of weeks and is sharing answers to some of the most frequently asked questions. From EDD’s state unemployment to the $600 Federal Stimulus Unemployment, to the new Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation (PEUC) program, the guidance is c...
Tags: News, Local, California News, Sacramento, Unemployment, Department of Labor, Edd, Julie Watts, Investigative Stories, Coronavirus, Pandemic Emergency Unemployment Compensation PEUC


Face Mask Confusion: What Should You Wear When You Go Outside?

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — As the coronavirus outbreak continues to grow, many are facing face mask confusion. Local, state and federal leaders are sending mixed messages about what you should be wearing on your face when you walk out the door. Citing new data that shows high rates of transmission from people who are infected, but show no symptoms, the Center for Disease Control is changing its tune, every person should cover their face in public. Jason Maggio with local clothing companies Official an...
Tags: News, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Center for Disease Control, Klausner, Maggio, Jeffrey Klausner, All Good, Face Masks, California Public Health, Aimee Sisson, Coronavirus, Jason Maggio, Sacramento County Health Officer


Sacramento Families Line Up For Chromebooks As Distance Learning Becomes Focus During Coronavirus Crisis

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — As more and more school districts make the decision to close for the school year, distance learning has become a priority. Sacramento City Unified schools are trying to help ease the transition. “I have four kids at home and it’s kind of hard,” said mother Ashley Mckale. “We don’t have equipment to do it.” It was fast and furious at Hiram Johnson High School as hundreds of families lined up outside for the chance to get a Chromebook. They said it was a return to some sort of...
Tags: News, Washington, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Sacramento City, Hiram Johnson High School, Hiram Johnson, Julie Rose, Sacramento News, Coronavirus, Ashley Mckale, Mayako Weaver, Anthony Vendana


Coronavirus Changes: Sacramento Superior Court Holding Criminal Hearings Via Video Conference

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Due to the coronavirus outbreak, criminal hearings in Sacramento County will now be held via video conference. According to a press release from the Sacramento Superior Court, videoconference technology will be used for criminal in-custody matters during the coronavirus pandemic. Other court proceedings have been delayed. READ: Justice On Hold: Coronavirus Prompts Court Delays, Closings The defendant will appear in the main jail courtroom for their hearing and the judge and ...
Tags: News, Local, Sacramento, Sacramento County, Sacramento Superior Court, Coronavirus


Gov. Newsom: California Working To Secure 15,000 Hotel Rooms For Homeless During Coronavirus Crisis

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — California Gov. Gavin Newsom has announced a new project to try and house the homeless amid the coronavirus crisis. In his daily press conference on Friday, Newsom said that more than 6,800 hotel and motel rooms had been identified for use by California’s homeless population. An occupancy agreement has been reached for use of those hotel rooms, Newsom said. Newsom noted that the state was working to procure about 15,000 rooms in total. [email protected]: This is an operation be...
Tags: News, California, Local, Sacramento, Homelessness, Cal Expo, Gavin Newsom, Jose Andres, Steinberg, Darrell Steinberg, Newsom, Roomkey, Sacramento News, World Central Kitchen, Dina Kupfer, Coronavirus


Coronavirus Social Distancing: Target To Start Limiting The Number Of Shoppers Inside Stores

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Starting this weekend, Target will be limiting the number of shoppers allowed in stores due to coronavirus concerns. Beginning on Saturday, Target says they will be actively monitoring the number of shoppers coming into their stores. If needed, workers will then start limiting how many customers come inside. Target is introducing additional social distancing and safety measures to help our guests and team members stay healthy, including masks & gloves for our teams, monitor...
Tags: News, Local, Sacramento, Walmart, Costco, Target, Joe, Kroger, Coronavirus, Number Of Shoppers Inside Stores


State Senate Leader: California Legislature Won’t Return April 13 Due To Coronavirus Pandemic

SACRAMENTO (AP) – A leader of the California Senate says the Legislature will not reconvene on April 13 because of the coronavirus outbreak. “Given what the governor and our public health officials have stated, it has become increasingly clear that the April 13th return date the Legislature envisioned isn’t feasible,” Sen. Toni Atkins, president pro tempore of the Senate, said Friday in a statement first reported by Voice of San Diego. “Our top priority has to remain helping flatten the COVID-19...
Tags: Politics, News, California, Senate, Local, Sacramento, Ap, Arkansas, Gavin Newsom, Legislature, Assembly, California Legislature, Alex Vassar, Voice of San Diego, Sen Toni Atkins, California State Library California


CHP Releases Further Details On Victim Of Fatal Hit-And-Run In Stanislaus County

STANISLAUS COUNTY (CBS13) – The California Highway Patrol has released further details on the victim of a fatal hit-and-run crash in Stanislaus County and is asking the public for help in locating the vehicle involved. The CHP still has not released the victim’s name but confirmed the individual was a 51-year-old man from Patterson. ALSO READ: Driver Arrested After Allegedly Crashing Into CHP Patrol Car In Sacramento, Running Away The crash happened just before 7 p.m. on Wednesday along Marshall...
Tags: News, Local, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Gm, California Highway Patrol, Modesto, CHP, Patterson, Stanislaus County, Stanislaus County News, Marshall Road


California Journalist Who Played Reporter In ‘Outbreak’ Talks About Similarities To Coronavirus Pandemic

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — As you shelter in place from this real-life outbreak, you may find yourself watching the Hollywood movie “Outbreak.” The movie was filmed in Northern California 25 years ago. The fictional town of Cedar Creek was actually shot in Ferndale, California. Local television reporter David Silverbrand was cast to play the role of a reporter in the movie, which was a box office hit. Now with the coronavirus outbreak, Silverbrand is living in the role he was cast to play. Silverbrand...
Tags: Hollywood, News, California, California News, Sacramento, Outbreak, Ferndale, Cedar Creek, Coronavirus, David Silverbrand, Ferndale California Local, Silverbrand, Warner Brothers Silverbrand


Life Imitating Art For Northern California Journalist Who Played Reporter In ‘Outbreak’

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — As you shelter in place from this real-life outbreak, you may find yourself watching the Hollywood movie “Outbreak.” The movie was filmed in Northern California 25 years ago. The fictional town of Cedar Creek was actually shot in Ferndale, California. Local television reporter David Silverbrand was cast to play the role of a reporter in “Outbreak,” which was a box office hit. Now with the coronavirus outbreak, Silverbrand is living in the role he was cast to play. Silverbran...
Tags: Hollywood, News, California, California News, Sacramento, Outbreak, Ferndale, Cedar Creek, Coronavirus, David Silverbrand, Ferndale California Local, Silverbrand, Warner Brothers Silverbrand


Coronavirus Cancellations: 2020 Music Circus Season Postponed Until Next Year

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — For the first time in its 70-year history, Sacramento’s Music Circus season has been postponed. Broadway Sacramento announced Thursday that its 2020 season has been postponed due to the coronavirus. The six shows that were set to run this summer — Kinky Boots, Rodgers & Hammerstein’s Carousel, Cole Porter’s Kiss Me, Kate, Annie, Monty Python’s Spamalot and The Color Purple — will now take place next summer starting June 8. Broadway Sacramento President and CEO Richard Lewis ...
Tags: News, Local, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Lewis, Rodgers Hammerstein, Richard Lewis, Broadway Sacramento, Coronavirus, Music Circus, Kate Annie Monty Python


Coronavirus Update: Expert Predicts Unemployment Rate Will Reach Record High

SACRAMENTO (CBS) – Boarded up businesses and employees out of work is becoming the norm across California, and the Employment Development Department (EDD) is releasing staggering numbers that prove it. During the final week in March, unemployment claims reached nearly 900,000, which was a 370% increase from the week prior. Employment Development Department Unemployment Claims March 15th-March 21st — 187,000 claims filed March 22nd-March 28th — 878,727 claims filed 370% increase over the course o...
Tags: News, California, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Unemployment, Cbs, Employment Development Department, University of the Pacific, Edd, Kevin Michael, Employment Development Department EDD, Jeffrey Michael, Coronavirus, Center for Business and Policy Research


Coronavirus Update: Expert Predicts Unemployment Rate Will Reach Unprecedented High

SACRAMENTO (CBS) – Boarded up businesses and employees out of work is becoming the norm across California, and the Employment Development Department (EDD) is releasing staggering numbers that prove it. During the final week in March, unemployment claims reached nearly 900,000, which was a 370% increase from the week prior. Employment Development Department Unemployment Claims March 15th-March 21st — 187,000 claims filed March 22nd-March 28th — 878,727 claims filed 370% increase over the course o...
Tags: News, California, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Unemployment, Cbs, Employment Development Department, University of the Pacific, Edd, Kevin Michael, Employment Development Department EDD, Jeffrey Michael, Coronavirus, Center for Business and Policy Research


Restaurant Survival: ‘We’re Scrambling To Change Our Business Model’

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – One year after it earned a rare Michelin Guide recommendation, the fine-dining restaurant called Canon has become essentially a drive-through. Canon executive chef Brad Cecchi with smoked turkeys “It definitely feels like in the last two weeks I’ve aged seven years,” said Canon executive chef Brad Cecchi. “Every day we’re trying to figure out how to stay afloat and how to survive.” Canon shifted to curbside pickup from its online menu following Gov. Newsom’s stay-at-home o...
Tags: News, Restaurants, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Canon, Newsom, Family Meal, Cecchi, Coronavirus, Sacramento Housing and Redevelopment Agency, Clay Nutting, Brad Cecchi, Canon Mulvaney, Allora Camden


Coronavirus Unemployment Application Problems: Lessons Learned So Far

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — The EDD says it is working overtime and just announced it processed over a million claims in two weeks. But every day CBS13 is helping people navigate new errors or problems with that claim process and we wanted to share some of the lessons we’ve learned along the way. The most recent lesson has to do with an application question that asks if you are ready to accept work in your specific field. Lesson 1: People who checked “yes” generally had their benefits approved. People ...
Tags: Crime, News, Local, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Unemployment, Eric, Edd, Investigative Stories, Coronavirus, EDD Customer Account Number Lesson


Battling Coronavirus: Sacramento Woman Seeks Experimental Plasma Transfusion For Father

SACRAMENTO (CBS 13) — A Sacramento woman is seeking out survivors of coronavirus to help her dad who was diagnosed last week. Her hope is to use the immunity they developed in their blood. Local doctors are studying the possibility of using this treatment but said they aren’t there yet. Amber Bispo said her 78-year-old father is staying at Sutter Medical Center in a medically-induced coma, fighting for his life. She’s desperate to help him but might not be able to in time. “It’s been really toug...
Tags: New York, News, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Cbs, UC Davis, Amber, Sutter Medical Center, School of Medicine, Sacramento News, Bispo, Coronavirus, Rancho Cordova Company, FDA Bispo


Fighting Coronavirus: Two Dozen RV-Style Self-Quarantine Trailers Arrive At Cal Expo

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – Approximately two dozen RV-style trailers meant to help at-risk individuals self-quarantine during the coronavirus crisis have arrived at Cal Expo as part of Governor Gavin Newsom’s plan to protect vulnerable populations during the outbreak, the City of Sacramento said. Sacramento is expected to receive a total of 63 trailers from the state, officials said. The City said the trailers will play a key role in sheltering and protecting at-risk populations, including the homeles...
Tags: News, Local, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, City, Cal Expo, Gavin Newsom, Darrell Steinberg, Coronavirus, Richard Pan Assemblyman Kevin McCarty, Emily Halcon


Coronavirus Testing: Rancho Cordova Company Hopes To Get Rapid Test Approved By FDA

RANCHO CORDOVA (CBS13) — It’s the question in many people’s minds, do I have the coronavirus? Chief Technology Officer Phil Coelho with ThermoGenesis told CBS13 he and his team have developed a test for you to find out and fast. “The main virtue of serological tests is that they are inexpensive, relatively, and the results can be determined in minutes,” Coelho said. ThermoGenesis has been developing an antibody test for the COVID-19 since November. READ: Coronavirus Update: Placer County Health ...
Tags: News, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Fda, Coelho, Thermogenesis, Rancho Cordova News, Coronavirus, Coronavirus Testing, Rancho Cordova Company, Phil Coelho


Coronavirus In Sacramento: Bethany Slavic Missionary Church At Center Of Local Outbreak

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A church in Sacramento is now at the center of a major outbreak of coronavirus. County health leaders say at least 71 members of the congregation at the Bethany Slavic Missionary Church have been diagnosed with the virus. The church didn’t listen. That’s the message from county health leaders. Most churches across the area have listened to the stay-at-home order and are holding virtual services, but the Bethany Slavic Missionary Church is still meeting in small groups. Janna...
Tags: News, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, County, Haynes, County Health Department, Sacramento News, Coronavirus, Janna Haynes, Bethany Slavic Missionary Church, Haynes Health, Rivers Of Living Water Church, Dan Ostring, Peter Bielensen Said


Communities Come Together To Recognize Graduates Missing Out on Major Milestones

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) – School’s out, indefinitely. Distance learning can provide tools to finish out the school year academically, but soon to be graduates and their families still feel they’re missing out on many major milestones. Vacaville High Senior Brian Mcclellin and his team took a game day photo only weeks ago. Little did they know, it would be the last time they’d all be able to play together. “I grew up with all these guys,” said Mcclellin. “They’re kind of like my brothers. We have goal...
Tags: News, Local, Seen On, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Graduate, Solano County, Yolo County, Gamble, Vacaville, Sonia, Coronavirus, Lisa Altmiller, Altmiller, CBS13 School, Brian Mcclellin


Coronavirus Economy: Gov. Newsom Announces Help For Small Businesses, New Critical Industry Job Posting Website

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — Gov. Gavin Newsom announced on Thursday several new tools to try and help small businesses and workers get through the coronavirus pandemic. Newsom highlighted a new website, OnwardCA.org, that aggregates thousands of job opportunities across critical industries still hiring and still operating. He noted that there were over 70,000 job openings posted from across the state. Governor Newsom says thousands of jobs are available at this very moment. There is now a website http...
Tags: Jobs, News, California, Local, Sacramento, Linkedin, Central Valley, Gavin Newsom, Newsom, Bitwise, Renee Santos, Coronavirus


Coronavirus Epicenters: Gov. Newsom Presses Churches Flouting Social Distancing Directive

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — After new data released this week showed a large chunk of confirmed coronavirus cases in Sacramento County were linked to church gatherings, Gov. Gavin Newsom had a stern message to deliver. “With all do respect, it’s essential that we practice physical distancing everywhere. Period. Full stop,” Newsom said. The comment came after Gov. Newsom was asked at his daily update on Thursday about if his office was looking into any churches that are staying open amid the coronavirus...
Tags: Florida, News, Local, Sacramento, Sacramento County, Gavin Newsom, Sacramento Bee, Newsom, Gov Newsom, Coronavirus, Link To Church Gatherings Health


California Tax Initiative That Would Repeal Part Of Prop. 13 All But Assured Of Appearing On November Ballot

SACRAMENTO (AP) – Supporters of a proposed amendment to the California Constitution that would raise property taxes on some businesses by up to $12 billion a year announced Thursday they have collected more than 1.7 million signatures, all but assuring it will appear on the November ballot. The Schools & Communities First campaign says it is the most signatures ever collected for a ballot initiative. The campaign needs 997,139 verified signatures to qualify the amendment for the ballot. But by t...
Tags: Politics, News, California, Local, Sacramento, Ap, Property Taxes, California Teachers Association, Rob Lapsley, Proposition 13, Alex Stack, Schools Communities First, Toby Boyd, Save Prop


Man Wanted For Questioning After Alleged Crowbar Attack In Sonora

SONORA (CBS13) — The search is on for a man in connection to an unprovoked attack involving a crowbar over the weekend in Sonora. The incident happened Saturday evening along the 400 block of Stockton Road. Sonora police say a man was driving down that stretch of road when another driver, 41-year-old Wesley R. Dunn, drove past him. For some reason, Dunn allegedly honked his horn, made a U-turn, then got out and attacked the other driver with a crowbar and left. ALSO READ: Driver Arrested After C...
Tags: News, Local, Sacramento, Sonora, Dunn, Sonora News, Stockton Road Sonora, Wesley R Dunn


‘I Know It Will Look Surreal’: Los Angeles Mayor Urges Residents To Wear Masks

LOS ANGELES (AP) — The mayor of Los Angeles on Wednesday told everyone in the nation’s second-largest city to start wearing masks to combat the coronavirus, but California’s governor isn’t ready to take that idea statewide. Gov. Gavin Newsom said Wednesday he’s focused instead on keeping people inside. He also announced the state may need 66,000 additional hospital beds, 16,000 more than previously forecast, to handle the crush of illnesses expected during the second part of May. At an afternoon...
Tags: News, California, Sacramento, Los Angeles, Ap, Austria, Kaiser, World Health Organization, Associated Press, Donald Trump, Riverside County, Eric Garcetti, Centers For Disease Control And Prevention, Gavin Newsom, Kathleen Ronayne, Los Angeles County


Record 6.6M Americans Filed For Unemployment Benefits Last Week

SACRAMENTO (CBS13/CNN) — The last three weeks have marked one of the most devastating periods in history for the American job market, as first-time claims for unemployment benefits have surged more than 3,000% since early March. Businesses continue to lay off and furlough workers amid the coronavirus outbreak. 6.6 million US workers filed for their first week of unemployment benefits in the week ending March 28 — a new historic high. A significant portion of those filing for unemployment were in...
Tags: News, California, US, California News, Sacramento, Unemployment, Federal Reserve, Gavin Newsom, Trump, Brusuelas, Cable News Network Inc, WarnerMedia Company, Coronavirus, Joseph Brusuelas


Driver Arrested After Crashing Into CHP Patrol Car In Sacramento, Running Away

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A driver got out and ran after running a stop sign and crashing into a California Highway Patrol officer’s vehicle in Sacramento, officers say. The incident happened near 18th and V streets early Thursday morning. CHP says an officer was patrolling the area when a black sedan ran a stop sign and crashed into the patrol car. The impact sent the patrol car into some other parked vehicles in the area. The driver got out and ran away from the scene, CHP says. That driver was lat...
Tags: News, California, Local, Sacramento, CHP, Sacramento News


Driver Arrested After Allegedly Crashing Into CHP Patrol Car In Sacramento, Running Away

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — A driver got out and ran after running a stop sign and crashing into a California Highway Patrol officer’s vehicle in Sacramento, officers say. The incident happened near 18th and V streets early Thursday morning. CHP says an officer was patrolling the area when a black sedan ran a stop sign and crashed into a patrol car, sending it into other cars parked nearby. ALSO READ: Chase Involving Stolen Vehicle Ends In 2 Officer-Involved Shootings In Vacaville The driver got out an...
Tags: News, California, Local, Sacramento, CHP, Vacaville, Sacramento News


Coronavirus Treatments: Can You Fix Ventilators? A Fuel Cell Engineer Figures It Out

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — It was late when engineer Joe Tavi’s boss called with an odd question: Could their company, which makes fuel cells, learn how to fix a ventilator? California had a bunch of broken ones, and the governor had asked if San Jose-based Bloom Energy could repair them so coronavirus patients could breathe. Tavi, an engineer, said he would sleep on it. But he didn’t sleep. Instead, he made a pot of coffee and downloaded a 300-plus-page manual for the LTD 1200, the type of venti...
Tags: News, California, Sacramento, Ap, San Jose, Gavin Newsom, Sacramento Calif, Bloom Energy, TAVI, Society of Critical Care Medicine, California Public Health, Coronavirus, Linked To Church Gatherings Health, Joe Tavi, Susan Brennan


Navy Ship With Coronavirus Patients Also Has Sacramento Sailor Onboard

SACRAMENTO (CBS) – Thousands of sailors aboard Navy aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt, including at least one from Sacramento, have been exposed to COVID-19. Former crew member and native Sacramentan, Cherish Turner, spent a total of five years aboard the USS Theodore Roosevelt and says exposure to COVID-19 onboard could be devastating because on a ship like that, carrying thousands of sailors, social distancing is just not possible. “It’s a virus it’s highly contagious and knowing how fas...
Tags: News, Navy, Local, Syndicated Local, Sacramento, Cbs, US Navy, Turner, Roosevelt, Crozier, Sacramento News, Coronavirus, Brett E Crozier, Travis AFB Crozier, Cozier



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