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Call Kurtis: United Food and Commercial Workers Union calling for protectionThe United Food and Commercial Workers Union calls on retail chains to strengthen their COVID-19 protection protocols.

Sacramento bar asks whoever took the Nutcracker to give it backThe precious nutcracker decoration was stolen from the Darling Aviary bar in Sacramento. The owners ask whoever “borrowed it” to return it. The flight was filmed.

Vandals target lighted holiday displays in SacramentoPolice are investigating after vandals around Sacramento targeted Christmas lights. Those whose screens have been damaged pledge to put their screens back in place next year.

Davis Central Park gets multi-million dollar faceliftCentral Park in Davis is getting a makeover. One of the characteristics it will receive is a splash zone. The state is providing the city with a grant of $ 2.7 million to beautify the park.

Newcastle sell all their leftover food after last minute cancellationCarol’s market in Newcastle was able to bounce back after the $ 7,000 cancellation was made after local residents bought the food left over at the store.

As spread of Covid increases, Americans take precautions or cancel gatheringsWith Christmas here and COVID-19 spreading more and more, Americans are faced with the choice of canceling events or trying to be as safe as possible.

Suspect shot dead in shootout with MPs in CarmichaelA suspect was taken to hospital after allegedly shooting sheriff’s deputies in Carmichael.

Sacramentians enjoying the bustle of Christmas EveShoppers shopping for gifts and stocking up on must-see groceries are a sign of coming together on Christmas Day this year.

East Sac Santa Cruise featured some hot carsOne of the cars on display was a 90s CHP Corvette from the CHP Museum.

Elk Grove owner goes all out with Christmas lightsA man from Elk Grove, Michael Heath, carried on his father’s tradition. He says everything is worth it.

Muslim group cooks dinner for homeless residents of SacramentoMembers of the local Muslim community hosted the dinner at Loaves and Fishes in Sacramento.

Blood donors get free roller coaster rideSix Flags Discovery Kingdom in Vallejo hosted a Christmas Eve blood drive. Those who donate get a free roller coaster ride.

Ferries in the delta closed for the holiday weekendFerries will resume normal service on Monday, Caltrans said.

Arden Fair’s old Nordstrom building could see new lifeThe store closed in May 2020. It’s unclear what the store’s new owner will house there.

Evening Forecast – 12/24/21It’s gone for a soggy Christmas in the Valley and a white Christmas in the Sierra.

Shoppers rush for last-minute shopping in SacramentoMadisen Keavy was in old Sacramento where you can see the last Theater of Lights of the season. Buyers were also taking advantage of the last hours before Christmas.

New casino arrives in North Lake TahoeA project for a new casino and luxury resort in North Lake Tahoe is moving forward. The investment group that recently bought the Biltmore Lodge and Casino just bought another property in North Lake Tahoe. This one is right by the lake. The company plans to demolish the chalets there and build a new casino and hotel. They hope to innovate in May 2022.

Tractor shortage could drive up prices at the grocery storeHigh gas prices are having an impact on food costs, and a supply chain problem could make matters worse. Rachel Wulff shows that a tractor shortage could put a pinch on your wallet.

New test warrant for workers at Yolo County nursing facilityStarting Monday, workers at Yolo County healthcare facilities will need to be tested twice a week, they will need to be recalled by 2/1, and visitors to the facilities will be required to test negative.

Omicron has caused up to 70% of cases in parts of CaliforniaThe highly contagious omicron variant is evident in 50% to 70% of new coronavirus cases in parts of the most populous state as the holidays approach, as California is set to record 5 million confirmed cases COVID-19, health officials said on Friday.

CHP steps up enforcement of public holiday conduct law on FridayFriday evening, the CHP will apply maximum application. They say that at Christmas last year 38 people were killed in car crashes.

Police urge people to stay at home due to understaffingSouth Lake Tahoe Police say the roads around Heavenly Ski Resort are messy and they don’t have the staff to make the necessary closures. Accordingly, they urge drivers to stay at home, if possible.

Sacramento residents rush to get tested before reuniting with loved onesThere is a mad rush to get tested. Residents of Sacramento face long lines to get their COVID tests so they can get together in groups for Christmas.

UOP demanding that students returning from winter vacation be tested for COVIDThe University of the Pacific requires that its students be tested upon returning from winter vacation.