One team of producers, two days gathering goods, junk, and personal belongings, and two three-bedroom homes — why?
Living in a rural part of Lodi, Corey Carver knew it would be tough finding internet and TV service in a bundled package but he says DIRECTV told him they could.
By all accounts the Williams wedding was beautiful.
This is a classic case of “he said, he said.” The customer blames the business and the business blames the customer.
Just days after voters shot down Prop. 19 to legalize pot, a medical marijuana has been ransacked. And the reefer madness was all caught on tape.
CBS13 has uncovered a number of cases where retired government workers in the state of California are receiving very hefty pension checks.
California is set to send another 5,000 inmates to private prisons to reduce crowding in state-run lockups.
The clean-up at the Roseville Galleria is creating jobs for hundreds of people. Now, some of those workers say they’re having trouble getting paid on time.
The Stockton Police Department is now linking a current inmate to the deadly shooting of two security guards that happened over a year ago.
Placer County authorities have arrested three suspects who are accused of running a serial burglary ring during a four month period which targeted stores ranging from the Sacramento Area to Auburn, Placerville and Roseville
The first segment of a $43-billion bullet train line between San Francisco and Anaheim will be built in the middle of Central Valley farmlands, far away from either urban center.
We all know cell phone service can be spotty, but a Carmichael woman says her texting abilities are spotty. After spending more than a month waiting for a solution from her carrier, she called Kurtis Ming.