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A red Nissan Pathfinder collided with a tree just west of Madison Avenue around 2 p.m. on Thursday.
Officers opened fire on a man at Neel Park Thursday morning, police say.
Police say that a high-speed chase with a motorcycle ended after the rider ran out of gas.
Aaron Negrete has a rare syndrome called tetra-amelia syndrome, but he doesn’t let his disability stop him. But his mother’s old, worn out van might.
While he was in the Army, he was told he could get U.S. citizenship if he volunteered for service in Vietnam, which he did for three years.
Three counties have already fully declared to withdraw under the State of Jefferson plan: Modoc, Siskiyou, and Glenn counties. Tehama County could also put the issue on the ballot for voters to decide.
Members of a local search team known as Strike Force 7 are back home from Washington after a long search effort following a deadly mudslide.
Amy Konold is expecting her second daughter in July, but this pregnancy came with more stressors than it did when she carried 2-year-old Reese.
For the first time in three years the threat of the Sacramento Kings possibly leaving town isn’t looming over the city’s head when the team closes out its season.
CBS13 has learned the host company is none other than EMQ Families First. That company’s name became very well-known last year in Davis when a group home it ran was effectively shut down as allegations of neglect and student-on-student rape surfaced.
One of the nation’s largest public pension funds moved Yolo County into the Sacramento region, but left nearly half a dozen others in its Bay Area region, despite the fact some are more than 100 miles away.