Parents Of Organ Donor Meet One Of The Three People She SavedAn El Dorado Hills couple got the chance to meet the recipient of their daughter's kidney.
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.
El Dorado Hills Resident, 18, Accused Of Raping GirlAuthorities have arrested a man on accusations he raped an underage girl.
El Dorado Hills Teen’s Death Possibly Linked To Deadly Drug ComboAn El Dorado Hills teen is among those whose death is suspected of being linked to an overdose of fentanyl.
El Dorado Hills Man Says California Won't Let Him Save Fish From Drought-Starved LakeAn El Dorado Hills man’s effort to save fish from the shrinking Bass Lake is being rejected by the state of California.
El Dorado Hills Subdivision Slashes Water Use With 20-Year-Old Recycling PlanThat’s because rather than just one water system, each of the 4,000 homes in the upscale subdivision has two.
Bookstore Enlists Corgis To Help Children Read AloudThe tail wags let the kids know they're listening intently.
El Dorado Hills Man, 49, Suspected Of PeepingAuthorities have arrested a 49-year-old El Dorado Hills man on allegations he inappropriately filmed children.
Knitting Group Looking For More Hospitals To Donate ToIt started off simple enough - a group of women living at White Rock Village wanted to knit hats for family and friends.
Driver Loses Control Of Car, Crashes Into Embankment In El Dorado HillsThe accident happened on Appian Way near Aberdeen Lane when, for unknown reasons, the driver lost control of the car and went down the embankment.
Why Did A Bobcat Captured In El Dorado Hills Need To Be Euthanized?A bobcat captured in El Dorado Hills after terrorizing family pets is set to be put down, much to the chagrin of many CBS13 viewers who have contacted us.
Bobcat Capture In El Dorado Hills Is Latest Wildlife Encounter As California Drought Continues“They're coming out of the hills where there's no water and they're coming around houses and homes where little house cats and dogs are easy to grab,” he said.