California's Top Judge Warns Of Surge In Wildfire LawsuitsWith a surge of cases waiting, Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye made the case for restoring staffing and funding cut during the recession.
California Spent Nearly $1.8B Fighting Major 2017 WildfiresCalifornia state agencies spent nearly $1.8 billion fighting fierce wildfires that killed dozens of people and destroyed thousands of homes and businesses last year.
California Fire Chiefs Want To Begin Firefight Before Blazes StartThey are requesting $100 million to fix the response system, allowing dispatchers to "pre-deploy" resources in high risk, red flag conditions.
Foresthill Fire Station Closure Could Be Just The BeginningAlready stretched thin, the rural and high fire danger community is facing a crisis in funding and retaining firefighters.
Actor Rob Lowe Serves Home-Cooked Meal To Thomas FirefightersLast week, Lowe posted that he was preparing for a possible evacuation in case the fire came closer to his home.
Firefighter Battling Massive Southern California Wildfire DiesA firefighter assigned to the huge wildfire burning in Southern California has died.
Couple Loses Two Homes In Two Months To California WildfiresDr. Antonio Wong and his wife remember falling in love with their first home, a 3,000 square-foot beauty in Southern California they've owned for more than a decade.
Sheldon High's Dale Currie Talks About Going To The State ChampionshipsDale Currie of Sheldon High's men's basketball team talks about the Huskies playing in the state championships against Sierra Canyon.
2 p.m. CBS13 Update 3/21/2018Tony Lopez has your latest news update.
1 p.m. CBS13 Update 3/21/2018Lisa Meadows has your latest weather update.
Local Non-Profit Helping Vets Transition To Civilian LifeA non-profit group is using working out to help vets transition to civilian life. Bethany Crouch explains.