Senior Struggles To Get $160 Refund For Canceled Concert TicketsCitrus Heights senior Mark Vance struggled to get a refund for a Cher concert, so he called Kurtis to investigate.
Target Recalls Infant And Toddler Clothes Because Of A Possible Choking HazardTarget is recalling some infant and toddler clothes because of snaps that could be a choking hazard.
Extended Stay-At-Home-Order Brutal News For San Joaquin County BusinessThe extended regional stay-at-home home order in parts of California is brutal news for business in San Joaquin County.
California Sues 5 Seafood Companies Over Alleged Lead, Cadmium In FishCalifornia Attorney General Xavier Becerra sued five seafood companies on Tuesday, alleging they have sold fish that contains lead and cadmium in the state without legally required warnings.
CBS13 Investigates EDD Backlog - Getting Answers From ID.meThe number of backlogged unemployment claims is growing despite the Employment Development Department's new identity verification tool which was supposed to get rid of the backlog.
California's Flavored Tobacco Ban Effective Date DelayedCalifornia state officials have agreed to delay the effective date of what state lawmakers intended as a Jan. 1 ban on flavored tobacco products, after opponents led by tobacco companies said they filed enough signatures to put the new law to a statewide vote.
Arden Fair Mall Busy On Christmas Eve As Last-Minute Shoppers Grab GiftsIt happens every year — people wait until the very last minute to grab their gifts, even during a pandemic.
Christmas Money Crunch: Retiree Struggles To Get Back $200 Hotel Deposit After Paying With Debit CardIf you have a choice to pay a hotel bill with a credit card or a debit card, use credit.
Recall: 92K Pounds Of Lean Cuisine Meals Contain Pieces Of PlasticThe USDA is alerting consumers about a recall of some Lean Cuisine frozen meals.
'Opportunities For Transmission': Holiday Shopping Rush Arrives On Last Weekend Before Christmas Despite COVIDIt's the last weekend before Christmas and it was no surprise to see shoppers out buzzing from one store to the next. Many were obviously buying up those last-minute gifts - but shoppers we talked with are still planning to play it safe this year.
Apple Temporarily Closes All California Stores Amid PandemicAll of Apple's 53 California retail stores have been temporarily closed amid a surging coronavirus pandemic.
California Growth Rate At Record Low As More People Leave Than Move InCalifornia saw its slowest growth rate on record for the nation’s most populous state, adding just 21,200 people during the year that ended in July, state officials said Wednesday.
Airbnb Refusing Refunds For Cancellations Due To COVID Travel Restrictions, Stay-At-Home OrdersThe stay-at-home order is forcing some to cancel holiday plans. Those who have shelled out thousands for rentals are upset they can’t get that money back.
'There Is A Huge Impact': City Of Folsom Says In-Store Shopping Is More Crucial Than EverThe city of Folsom is crunching its numbers and raising a red flag – hoping customers hear their concerns: Shopping in-store versus online means more than ever for the community.
Stimulus Package Update: Plan Should 'Give As Generous Aid To Local Governments As Possible,' Economist SaysThe proposed $908 billion coronavirus relief package is gaining traction in Congress. But will it be enough, and will it come in time?