Whites Only: Racist Home Ownership Rules Still On The Books In El Dorado Hills CommunityThe illegal language from included in Lakeside Estates CC&R’s still still distributed to homeowners today, including to some minorities who live there.
Police: Intoxicated Restaurant Employee Attacks Co-Workers At Hawks Public HouseInvestigators said it appeared the suspect was on drugs and the manager said it was completely out of character.
Kirkwood Ski Resort Faces Large Fine Over Alleged Wetlands ContaminationThe largest mountain resort company in the country is in violation of the Federal Clean Water Act, according to a California state agency.
Roseville Taxpayers Could Be On The Hook For New High SchoolIt’s been on hold for years and the Roseville Joint Union High School District is asking Roseville homeowners to pay for it.
Sacramento Police Laying Out Security Plan For Golden 1 CenterBig changes are fast approaching in Downtown Sacramento, as we are now just two months away from opening day of the Golden 1 Center.
Body Found In Box At Manteca Area Shop, Suspect ArrestedDetectives are investigating after a body was discovered inside of a plastic tote box in Manteca.
UC Davis Cornerback Could Face Dismissal After Domestic Assault ArrestSenior Patrick Wells, a starting cornerback on the Aggies is now suspended from the team, and could face more discipline from the school.
Sierra Storms Have Firefighters Watching For Dry LightningWith so many active wildfires, a lot of people may be wondering which of these fires are caused by man and how many are caused by Mother Nature.
Sacramento Preparing Welcome Mat For San Francisco Tech CompanyOfficials aren't willing to reveal the company's name yet, but CBS13 sat down with the CEO charged with leading this venture.
Vandals Target Stockton School Board Candidate's SidewalkHe was born without ears, but has been able to overcome life's challenges and decided to run on the school board to help students like himself.
Developer At Center Of Curtis Park Lawsuit Pulls North Sacramento Grocery Store PlanA developer at the center of a lawsuit against the city of Sacramento over a grocery store project has pulled plans for a different grocery store in North Sacramento over questions how the city charges fees.
Old Sacramento's Sidewalk Booze Ban May Be LiftedTerry Harvego sees a lot of people pass by his coffee and wine bar, District, and he wishes they could sit outside and enjoy a glass of wine. But they can't because of an alcohol prohibition that only affects this particular area.

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