- I-80 is closed from Applegate Rd to the Nevada state-line due to the winter storm. Crews will reassess the highway conditions throughout the day.
- If Assembly Bill 672 is passed, municipal golf courses could be rezoned into housing developments and then sold to developers. The bill does not talk about private-owned public golf courses or private country clubs. Cities, towns, and counties would be encouraged to participate with $50 million in grant money from the state's general fund.
- Northern California is on track to have one of the snowiest winters in recent history. The Lake Tahoe region is on track to break the all-time record for snow fall in December. Some regions in the Sierras save been getting up to 4 inches an hour. The UC Berkeley snow lab says this week’s storm could bring the Sierra snow totals 60% - 70% of the area's total annual snowfall.
- Wayne Thiebaud died Saturday at his home in Sacramento. He was known for his colorful paintings of pies, ice cream, and cakes. He also created paintings of people and places, including the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta. Thiebaud was born in Mesa, Arizona on November 15, 1920 and grew up in Long Beach. He received his Bachelor's and Master's degrees in fine arts at what is now California State University, Sacramento. Thiebaud was an art teacher at Sacramento City College then became a Professor at UC Davis.
- Assembly Bill 672 seeks to rezone the public land that municipal golf courses sit on into housing developments and then sold to developers
- Click here for the latest info from Caltrans on stormy driving conditions
- 24 facts about Wayne Thiebaud's early life from the Crocker Art Museum