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3 Killed In Head-On Crash On Highway 113; DUI Suspect Arrested

Three men were killed Saturday in a fiery crash suspected to have been caused by a person driving under the influence.



Schools Team Up To Help Fix Bikes For The Homeless

Two area schools teamed up to fix broken bicycles for the annual bike day at Sacramento’s Loaves and Fishes.



Sprinklers At Park In Elk Grove Run After Rain Rolls Through

With so many of us trying to conserve, you can imagine how angry people were – when they saw sprinklers gushing at one Elk Grove park just after a rainstorm rolled through.


Scene of the crash. (Credit: Sacramento Fire Department)

West Sacramento Man, 23, Arrested After Fatal DUI Crash On I-5

A West Sacramento man has been arrested after a suspected DUI crash on Interstate 5 killed one of his passengers early Saturday morning.


Flores' booking photo. (Credit: Lodi Police)

Police: Lodi Teen Tried Doing Donuts At Park, Flipped SUV

Police say a young man from Lodi has been arrested for vandalism after allegedly trying to do some donuts at a park.


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Technology For Elite Runners Can Also Help Seniors Walk Without Fear Of Falling

But one local company says its new technology can stop running injuries before they even start. And it goes beyond runners—amateur athletes and even the elderly could benefit from the system.


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Stockton Mom Defends Daughter With Baseball Bat From Robbers

When the robbers had a gun in her face, Amanda Merlos thought she might as well go down fighting. The brave mom gave the suspects a baseball bat beating while her brother-in-law did some fighting back of his own.


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Fewer Homes At Risk Of California Wildfires, But Cost To Rebuild Is On The Rise

A new report shows the potential economic loss from wildfires in California is on the rise, but at the same time, the number of high risk homes is down.


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Experts Warn New iPhone Threat Means Users Should Be More Careful With Wi-Fi

Experts say the hackers are getting in through a malicious Wi-Fi connection by creating a fake network that Apple devices connect to by default.


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Grass Valley Market Sign Covering Mural Creates Controversy

It’s hard to miss the vibrant blues, yellows and reds in a mural painted on the side of the Golden Empire Market in Grass Valley. But now, part of it is covered by a large white plastic sign.


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UC Davis Arboretum Selling Drought-Resistant Plants On Saturday

At the UC Davis Arboretum Teaching Nursery, CBS13’s tour guide Ellen Zagory, the director of public horticulture, guides us through the world of drought-tolerant plants.