This is a great time of year if you are a sports fan. Both pro and college football kickoff. The baseball playoffs will begin with the hunt for October.
It’s the biggest show on Friday night. The dazzling plays, the screaming fans and the big hits. But With those hits come the injuries, and some of the most serious are concussions.
CBS13 has learned a labor agreement between the unions and the owners of the Sacramento Kings owners for a new downtown arena is coming soon.
The first full Friday night of games is off to a rocky start at Del Campo, where the Cougars hosted the Antelope Titans for the teams’ first-ever game against each other.
With the Bay Bridge closed all weekend, the alternate route ran him a whopping $202 – and he posted live updates of his frustrating adventure on Twitter during the long journey.
Former Sacramento Kings star and assistant coach Bobby Jackson has taken a new job with the Minnesota Timberwolves.
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The answer is now in black and white. Chris Hansen’s name is written on overdue campaign-disclosure statements showing he’s paid $100,000.
The bill’s authors, Assemblywoman Susan Bonilla, D-Concord, and Assemblyman Brian Maienschein, R-San Diego, said AB465 will help ensure that children who participate in community sports leagues are protected from abusive or violent individuals.
Darren McFadden hopes that going downhill will be just the tonic to revive his career with the Oakland Raiders.
Back in a familiar offense that suits his running style perfectly, McFadden is looking to bounce back from a disastrous 2012 campaign and return to the big-play back he was for the two years Hue Jackson ran the Raiders’ offense.
A special guest at Tuesday’s River Cats game made the first pitch into a homecoming for a local soldier and his children.
Football season is coming soon, and on Saturday coaches in Elk Grove learned new techniques to help prevent concussions. The goal is to get their teams to tackle with less helmet-to-helmet contact.