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Survivors Of Two Pandemics Credit Pets With Helping Them SurviveUC Davis researchers have discovered that some of the best medicine to get you through a pandemic may not come in the form of a pill.
California's Capitol Lit-Up Pink for Second Night, Women Talk End of Roe v. WadeWhat did you think when Roe v. Wade was overturned?
Vehicle Crashes Into Heritage Oaks Hospital In SacramentoA driver accidentally sent their vehicle crashing into a building in Sacramento on Saturday night.
WHO Says Monkeypox Is Not An International Public Health Emergency, But It Should Continue To Be MonitoredThe World Health Organization has stopped short of declaring the monkeypox outbreak a public health emergency of international concern as a result of an emergency committee meeting.
Fire Burning At Metal Recycling Facility In Sutter CountyFirefighters are battling a fire at a metal recycling plant.
Brawl Breaks Out At Big League Dreams Sports Park In MantecaWhat may have started as a friendly game of baseball turned into a brawl in Manteca on Friday night.
WATCH: CBS13 Pride Month Special 'See Us'Coming together with pride and purpose. Now, more than ever, finding the path to acceptance and respect has never been more crucial for the LGBTQ community. 
Pres. Biden Signs Bipartisan Gun Control Bill Into LawPresident Biden on Saturday signed into law the most significant gun control bill in three decades, one day after the House approved bipartisan gun legislation that was approved by the Senate late Thursday and sent to Mr. Biden for his signature.
Solano County CHP Officer Helps Free Baby Deer Whose Head Was Stuck In FenceA CHP officer recently helped a young critter that was stuck in a dangerous spot.