Person Transported After Crash In Vineyard Area Of Sacramento CountyAuthorities are investigating a crash in the Vineyard area of Sacramento County early Friday morning.
Suisun City Man, 26, Suspected Of Possessing Child PornA Suisun City man is under arrest on suspicion of possessing child pornography.
Boy, 14, Shot Multiple Times In Arden Arcade AreaA 14-year-old boy is recovering after being shot multiple times in Sacramento County late Thursday night.
Woman Allegedly Stabbed By Tehama County Mass Shooter In January Speaks OutA woman the Tehama County shooter is accused of stabbing in January shared her firsthand experience with CBS13.
Sacramento SPCA Offering Free Adoptions Thanks To Anonymous DonorThe Sacramento SPCA is offering free adoptions today through the end of the year thanks to an anonymous donor.
Deputies: Mail Theft Suspects Arrested After Calling 911 For Help Starting CarA trio of mail theft suspects were arrested in Loomis after calling 911 for help getting their car started.
Rio Linda Man Rescued Three Days After 200-Foot Fall Down CliffAaron Clark was hiking the Bay Area trail in Vallejo Saturday afternoon when he stopped to look over the edge and slipped and fell.
Pounding Rain Overnight Leads To Local Street Flooding; Drivers BewareLocalized flooding is making for dangerous driving conditions in the Sacramento area as a storm rolls through on Thursday.
Hours-Long Overnight Standoff In Ceres EndsAn overnight standoff situation in Ceres lasted for hours before being resolved early Thursday morning.
Music Store Owner Says City Billed Him After Burglary AttemptA Manteca music store owner is sounding off at city hall after he got a bill for the police response to a series of burglaries at his business.
Pit Bull Killed After Violent Rampage Injuring 3 People In Elk GroveHe's described as a playful and sweet dog. But on Tuesday night, Slowpoke was quick to attack.
Vacaville Residents Bristle At Idea Of Allowing Short-Term RentalsCurrently, unlicensed operations pay no business or hotel taxes; something tourism officials don’t agree with.