The “One World: Together At Home” benefit concert raised more than $128 million to address the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.
The California Department of Public Health released the names of 258 skilled nursing facilities that have confirmed cases of COVID-19, including two in Tulare County.
After looking through her electronic devices, authorities arrested 45-year-old Kristine Mettler on April 16.
There will be mostly sunny skies and drier conditions on Sunday across Central California. Daytime highs in the valley will be in the low 70s.
The market is allowed to take place because essential items are sold there, but new social distancing rules and guidelines were enforced on Saturday.
The events will allow graduates and their families to celebrate while maintaining social distancing.
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Olin Huckabee was killed on Thursday when a suspect ran a red light and crashed into his car while speeding away from Fresno Police.
The California Highway Patrol is on scene of a fatal accident just outside of Visalia.
In the middle of what seemed like a typical Zoom conference call, Heaton Elementary educators carried out a ‘virtual flash mob’ for their students.
Former MLB Pitcher Justin Nicolino talks about how the Chinese Professional Baseball League has swapped fans for mannequins in stadiums and revved up COVID-19 testing for all players.
Former Auburn Mayor Bill Kirby died Saturday morning in a small plane crash, family members aid.
Two were killed and one was injured in a Sutter County crash early Saturday morning, according to the California Highway Patrol.
The HeartMath Institute has created a program to help people cope with negative emotions
Until recently, the Fair Oaks Soccer Club spent Saturdays field side, not curbside at the local food bank. But when the coronavirus benched all sporting events, the group looked for ways to help.