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Published on April 14, 2020
Top Sacramento news: Area students begin distance learning; governors to coordinate reopenings; morePhoto: Jeff Turner/Flickr

Here's what you need to know about what's happening in Sacramento.

‘It’s disappointing’: Students to miss milestones due to stay-at-home order

Many students in the Sacramento area have their caps and gowns but have been told their traditional graduation ceremonies won't happen.

Read the full story on KCRA 3.

Man dies after stabbing in north Sacramento

Officers are investigating a stabbing that has left a man dead in Sacramento on Monday morning.

Read the full story on CBS Sacramento.

Sac City Unified students begin distance learning during coronavirus pandemic

Starting distance learning without computers for students who need them wasn't ideal for Sacramento City Unified School District, but its superintendent says the district is working on getting more.

Read the full story on CBS Sacramento.

West Coast governors form compacts to coordinate reopenings

Democratic governors in the Northeast and along the West Coast on Monday announced separate state compacts to coordinate one of their biggest challenges in the weeks to come: How to begin reopening society amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Read the full story on CBS Sacramento.

Sacramento family surprises 89-year-old with Easter Day parade

For the first time in over five decades, the family was looking at the first break in their Easter tradition.

Read the full story on ABC10.


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