Sacramento/ Community & Society
Published on May 18, 2020
Top Sacramento news: Cafe closing due to COVID-19; man stabbed during domestic dispute; morePhoto: Allie Caulfield/Flickr

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

Grass fire near Sacramento International Airport 'fully extinguished'

Multiple fire crews are worked to contain the fire. Sacramento Fire says that no buildings were threatened.

Read the full story on ABC10.

Specialty’s Cafe & Bakery closing due to the coronavirus

Specialty's Cafe & Bakery has announced plans to close all storefronts, citing business losses attributed to the coronavirus pandemic.

Read the full story on The Sacramento Bee.

Co-founder of Sacramento Black Panther Party dies from COVID-19, widow shares his story

A beloved Sacramento civil rights activist died from COVID-19 in April. The widow of Charles Brunson, who co-founded Sacramento's chapter of the Black Panther Party, shared her story of love and loss with FOX40 Sunday.

Read the full story on FOX40.

Sacramento bus company joins in solidarity to bring awareness for needed relief for motorcoach industry

The whole industry, over 3,000 bus companies in the United States, basically has been shut down.

Read the full story on CBS Sacramento.

Deputies say Sacramento man was stabbed during domestic dispute

The Sacramento County Sheriff's Office says a man was stabbed during a domestic dispute Saturday night. 

Read the full story on FOX40.

This story was created automatically using data about news stories on social media from CrowdTangle, then reviewed by an editor. Click here for more about what we're doing. Got thoughts? Go here to share your feedback.