Video footage shows someone walking with their unleashed German Shepherd and throwing feces at the front door of a home.
The incident took place after a group of people gathered to protest President Donald Trump's visit outside Sacramento McClellan Airport.
Some residents in San Francisco and Alameda County can already receive a one-time payment if they agree to quarantine after testing positive for the coronavirus.
The council decided to remove a city ordinance that required standing for the song.
The Sacramento Bee said publishing mugshots "disproportionately harms people of color and those with mental illness."
The lawsuit, which was filed last week, states that the plaintiff is "unwilling (and should not be required) to subject himself to criminal prosecution" for refusing to stand for the national anthem.
The sheriff's office stated they will continue to operate "in an educational capacity" in recommending the public use face masks.
"As long as we continue to be prudent and thoughtful in certain modifications," Newsom said Friday, "I think we'll be making some announcements."
Investigators said the body of 17-year-old high school student Mary London was found on a then-rural stretch of San Juan Road in North Sacramento in 1981.
Around 300 people and up to 150 cars were at the scene in Sacramento, the California Highway Patrol said. One driver was arrested after they crashed into a patrol car while attempting to flee.
Authorities are searching for a woman they say claimed to be "psychic" while running an allegedly fraudulent scheme where she promised to "bless" and "double" the money of her victims.
PG&E is investigating the cause of the outage and estimates that power will be restored later this afternoon.
The red swastika flag was seen hanging inside an office in the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation building at 16th and T Street in midtown Sacramento.
Turtle owner Sara Coggeshall thought her pet may have been in search of an iguana that used to live at the property.
Woman in Sacremnto originally lost her job after taking too much unpaid time off when her mother-in-law was dying.
Eyewitnesses told authorities that the 73-year-old pushed his wife out of the vehicle's path when he was struck and killed.
Amazonians United Sacramento has unified to protest the company's limited off-time policies after a fellow worker was fired for spending one hour more than allowed by off-time policy at the bedside of her dying mother-in-law.
With the help of social media, the Placer County Sheriff's Office was able to identify the suspect "within 20 minutes."
Officials believe a teenager touched a gate hooked up to an electric current.
"Isn't it amazing what good investment can do for young people and their families?" said youth worker Kindra Montgomery-Block.
Ameen is believed to have assassinated a police officer in the town of Rawah in 2014 while fighting for ISIS.
The men got into a fight after a collision.
Video emerged Saturday showing Black Lives Matter protesters crashing the wedding of a police officer who shot and killed Stephon Clark in his own backyard in March.
The package may have been dropped off early in the morning via bike.
"Every time I see you, I'm going to be looking at you."
Joseph James DeAngelo's public defender had attempted to block efforts by prosecutors to collect additional identifying information.