The hunt is on for the best Christmas tree, and one Placerville tree farm is offering up an eco-friendly way to get into the spirit.
A self-governing tent city of homeless residents in Placerville is closing after just 16 months following complaints the camp increased litter and property crime.
It’s not too often a little-watched race for the El Dorado Irrigation District makes news, but a flyer sent to voters’ homes this week is not only generating controversy, but it has one county leader calling it illegal.
Burning now for nearly two weeks, the 199,000-acre Rim Fire has forced many to change their lives, including hundreds of student athletes.
An elderly woman accused of killing her husband is expected in court on Wednesday morning.
He is locked, loaded and ready for the end. A Placerville man shows us how he’s getting others prepared for the apocalypse.
The shelter plans to move to Highway 50 and Missouri Road with a new look. Instead of tents, there will be actual shelters.
People in Placerville want to restore the glitter to their gold rush town. The mayor says the run-down look on some buildings chips away at its charm.
PLACERVILLE (CBS13) — You can’t see much, but this is when we knew something was wrong—the power knocked out inside the El Dorado County Courthouse. When we were sent outside, we quickly found it was […]
A man was arrested in Placerville Tuesday for forcing his way into a woman’s apartment and trying to kidnap the woman’s 15-month-old child.
A middle school campus held a candlelight vigil for a 13-year-old boy, who died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
We hear about product recalls all the time. A Placerville homeowner called Kurtis because he thinks his refrigerator should be included in an existing recall.