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Triple Homicide Shocks Modesto NeighborhoodModesto Police are investigating a triple homicide that left two children, boys ages 4 and 6, dead, along with an adult.
Officials Say Postal Worker Hoarded Over 17,000 Pieces Of MailThe postal worker allegedly told investigators he was overwhelmed by the amount of mail he had to deliver.
What We Know About The Tennessee Waffle House ShootingThe suspect, Travis Reinking, told first responders that he believed pop star Taylor Swift was stalking him back in 2016. The Tennessee Bureau of Investigation has added Reinking to its "Top 10 Most Wanted List" and launched a massive manhunt.
New York "Poop Train" In Alabama Town Finally Empty; Sludge GoneThe last train car full of New York City sewage sludge that has stunk up a small Alabama community for more than two months has finally been emptied, the town's mayor said this week.
Woman Lost 2 Sons In One Night To Opioids From Graduation PartiesHer two oldest sons, Nick and Jack, were celebrating at high school graduation parties the night before. They came home and went to bed. By the next morning, the boys were pronounced dead. Both had accidentally overdosed on hydrocodone and alcohol.
Police Arrest Suspect In Stabbing Of Northern California ManThe attack in Sebastopol happened at the end of the town's Apple Blossom Parade, an annual springtime event that draws hundreds of revelers.
Sheriff: Waffle House Shooting Suspect Had Firearms Card RevokedA sheriff in Illinois says Travis Reinking's state firearms card was revoked last year by state police, but his guns were given to his father with the promise that they wouldn't be shared with his son.
Report: San Francisco Bay Area Falls Behind On Quake SafetyThe San Francisco Bay Area is falling behind on efforts to retrofit buildings that are vulnerable to collapse during a major earthquake, according to a newspaper analysis.
A Squirrel Wins UC Berkeley Student Government ElectionA squirrel now occupies one of UC Berkeley's 20 student senate seats. The squirrel initially took the form of a critter living among campus trees, running on platforms such as easier acorn access, but is actually the face of a more serious student government campaign.


Triple Homicide Shocks Modesto NeighborhoodModesto Police are investigating a triple homicide that left two children, boys ages 4 and 6, dead, along with an adult. CBS13's Marc Thompson has more.
What is the difference between an equinox & solstice?Do you know the difference between an equinox or solstice? Meteorologist Lisa Meadows explains!
Sac PD Holds CSI Challenge For StudentsStudents from Hiram Johnson, McClatchy, Kennedy and Grant High Schools all participated in the CSI Magnet Academy Challenge.
Sacramento Police Take Children Fishing For First TimeMore than a dozen kids took their rods and reels out on the water Saturday for a day of fishing hosted by Sacramento Police. Invited by SacPal Fishing Club, the department's marine unit and outreach team hosted 15 kids at Miller park Saturday morning.  
Get A Job Now: Northern California Fires Ignite Hiring SpreeCBS13's Shirin Rajaee has more on the Hiring Spree ignited by the North Bay Wildfires, and how you can get a job right now that could pay $20+ per hour helping families rebuild.
Sacramento Mayor Calls On Mental Health Professionals To Serve CommunityMayor Steinberg says he wants mental health professionals to volunteer and help serve those suffering in the African American community.
Dog Found Abandoned In Storage BinThe 2-year-old dog now named "Rory" was cramped inside a small container and covered in feces and urine. He may have been in there a full day.
CDC Warns To Toss Romaine Lettuce; Local Stores Unaffected By RecallThe CDC is advising consumers to throw out any romaine lettuce if you don’t know where it’s from.
Davis Cops Hoping To Avoid Repeat Of Picnic Day ConfrontationLast years celebration was marred by a melee involving three undercover officers who drove up to a crowd blocking the street.