Firefighters are trying get a handle on a fire near Winters that has quickly grown to 150 acres.
Thick smoke is spread across the sky. The fire lines on the ground are growing, but fierce flames are reaching high enough to touch tree-limbs.
Authorities are warning residents to avoid a section of Putah Creek where a mountain lion was spotted Friday morning.
Firefighters say that a large haystack that caught fire late Thursday night could burn for at least a day.
Authorities say that two construction were killed when they fell from a crane at a bridge construction site outside of Winters Friday morning.
A fugitive who was arrested in Las Vegas after a police standoff has been returned to Northern California to face a murder charge in the November slaying of his ex-girlfriend.
William Gardner, the man accused of murdering his ex-girlfriend in Winters in November is expected back in Yolo County on Monday.
William Gardner III will face murder charges in Yolo County after his arrest in Las Vegas early Tuesday morning after calling the CBS13 newsroom.
The man accused of killing his girlfriend in Winters is holed up in a Las Vegas home, and talked to CBS13’s Derek Shore on the phone.
For reasons we may never know, the DA’s office says it was Leslie Pinkston herself who paid the $130 that ultimately set Gardner free. The sheriff’s department tells the DA’s office it is her signature on the receipt.
Police have identified the man accused of shooting and killing a Winters woman Monday morning while she sat in her SUV.
Firefighters are making progress on a massive hay fire burning in Winters. Crews initially thought the blaze would burn for a week, but they now say it will last only a few more days.