Alyssa Kalb, 6, has never ridden a bull or roped a calf, but she’s currently scratching and clawing her way back from a brain tumor.
Two months after the high-end bikes were stolen, Folsom Police took those leads and arranged a sting by telling the suspect they wanted to see the bikes before they purchased them.
Commander Perry Albers says a new law banning people from standing on the median would curb the danger. They’ve had complaints from drivers recently, some worried about panhandlers in the middle of the road.
The last time CBS13 spoke to Bob Richards, he was fresh out on bail and admitted to our cameras that he wrote bad checks after attendance at the 2013 Big Wake Weekend in Folsom fell far short of expectations.
Stage 2 of the Amgen Tour of California rolled through Folsom on Monday, bringing thousands to the Gold Country. The event was a welcome boost to the economy of the region, bringing bucks to business owners.
Some key roadways and bridges in Folsom will be closed for Stage 2 of the Amgen Tour of California today.
“You know what I should be charged with?” Bob Richards said. “Being a dreamer and believing in something.”
The former CBS13 intern has one hope: Putting pressure on a big drug company to let her try the drug that may be able to save her life.
The company has made three payments of $3,700 each. Each check has been cashed by Covered California, yet no account numbers or cards have been delivered.
Only CBS13’s Anjali Hemphill was there for the emotional reunion between Mattie Alleva and El Dorado County investigator Dave Stevenson—the man she calls her guardian angel.
Three Folsom businesses are closing at about the same time, leaving many to wonder what’s in store for their historic district on Sutter Street.
Neighbors say their Folsom streets have turned into a homeless hang out, and a ministry meant to help them is not helping.