First 90-Degree Day Of The Season For NorCal Possible This WeekendThere’s a good chance the valley sees its first 90-degree day of the season this weekend, forecasters say.
Sacramento Students, Athletes Line Up For Vaccine Amid California's Eligibility ExpansionCalifornia is allowing anyone 16 years of age and older to get vaccinated regardless of health conditions, and young people are lining up for their doses.
Family Says They Will Support Sacramento Man Facing Charges After Death Of His Brother With Down SyndromeAkram Husain, the man accused of killing his own brother with down syndrome, went before a judge for the first time and is facing felony charges for involuntary manslaughter.
Armed Robbery, Car Chases, Gunfire: 2 Stockton Men Arrested After Multi-City Crime SpreeTwo Stockton men are in jail in connection to a multi-county robbery spree. Their alleged crimes spanned 40 miles from rural Stanislaus County to San Joaquin County.
Sacramento Man Sentenced To 7 Years For Defrauding Couple In Fake Lawyer SchemeA Sacramento man was sentenced Thursday to seven years in prison for pretending to be a lawyer and defrauding a couple out of hundreds of thousands of dollars, the U.S. Department of Justice announced.
Chickens Continue Flying Off Store Shelves Entering Second Pandemic SpringIt may seem like a harebrained idea, but one popular pandemic pet seems to be chickens. The start of the pandemic saw more people buying chickens to raise right in their own backyards and it seems the trend is holding strong. Several pet stores told CBS13 they've never seen anything like it.
Low Fuel Moistures Have Fire Crews Preparing For Another Busy California Wildfire SeasonCalifornia fire crews are bracing for another busy fire season this summer, and now early numbers show this year's potential fire danger is even higher than last year – which was the worst fire season in recorded history.
Delayed School COVID Results, Canceled Games and Contamination Concerns - More Trouble For CA COVID LabParents are demanding answers now a month after the state was supposed to release its investigation into its troubled COVID testing lab.
Motorcyclist, Passenger Die After Collision With Truck South Of Yuba CityA motorcyclist and his passenger were killed after colliding with a vehicle in an intersection south of Yuba City, the California Highway Patrol said on Thursday.
Parolee Arrested After Leading Chase, Crashing Into Several Cars In Arden Arcade-AreaA parolee is in custody after leading officers on a chase and crashing into multiple vehicles injuring one person, the Sacramento County Sheriff's Office said on Thursday.
More People Across Region Get Vaccines As Eligibility Expands“If you get the vaccine, it’s like helping one another,” 16-year-old Brisa Chavez said.
West Sacramento Postal Worker Sentenced To 6 Months In Prison For Stealing Packages Containing DrugsA West Sacramento postal employee was sentenced to six months in prison for embezzling packages containing drugs, the U.S. Department of Justice said on Thursday.
Sacramento Woman Who Went Missing In Miami Found Safe, Mother SaysA Sacramento woman who disappeared for more than two weeks while vacationing in Miami has been found safe, her mother said Thursday.
3 Arrested In Connection To South Sacramento Killing Of Jaylon Lepray Thomas-GreenThree people are in custody for a deadly shooting that occurred in South Sacramento on Monday, authorities said.
Grant Program Seeks To Help Sacramento Businesses That Suffered Through PandemicSacramento is about to go live. As of Thursday, businesses can now host live audiences, conventions, and sporting events, and a grant program aims to boost efforts to bring back business lost because of the pandemic.