14-Year-Old Boy Dies After Accidental Shooting In Auburn; Gun’s Owner ArrestedA man is under arrest after a teenager apparently got ahold of his gun and accidentally shot and killed himself.
Mountain Lion Spotted At Golf Course In ModestoPolice are warning residents in Modesto about a mountain lion that was spotted near a golf course. 
2 Arrested, 1 Still Sought For Deadly North Highlands Party ShootingDetectives say they have arrested two people but are still looking for a third suspect in connection to a deadly party shooting last month.
70 Stolen Bee Boxes Recovered By Detectives In Raid At Yolo County PropertyDozens of stolen bee boxes have been recovered after detectives raided a residence outside of Woodland on Tuesday.
2 People Taken To Hospital After Crash On Madison Avenue, DUI SuspectedPolice say DUI was a factor in a crash along Madison Avenue that sent two drivers to the hospital Tuesday morning.
Two-Alarm Fire Engulfs Modesto Golf Course ClubhouseA two-alarm fire has damaged the clubhouse at the Dryden Park Golf Course in Modesto.
Search For Suspect In Turlock Shooting Death Of Pregnant Woman Amythest CortezA search is on for the suspect after a pregnant woman was fatally shot in Turlock early Tuesday morning.
Rent And Home Sales Increase, Experts Say It's Another Impact From PandemicAs jobs are being lost, federal unemployment payments have expired, and now rent and home prices are on the rise.
Search On For Suspect Who Shot At Officers In North SacramentoPolice are searching for a man who shot at officers in North Sacramento Monday evening.
Sacramento City Council Passes 'Strong Mayor' Ballot MeasureSacramento's "strong mayor" proposal will be on the ballot this November.
Downtown Businesses Fizzling Out, More Closing Up Again The ongoing financial struggles in the Downtown Sacramento corridor are bringing flashbacks of the recession. 
Sunsplash In Roseville Open For Business Despite State Guidelines Prohibiting Water ParksGolfland Sunsplash in Roseville is back open for business, despite public health guidelines that prohibit outdoor water parks from operating. 
Nevada Search And Rescue Member Dies In California FallA member of a Nevada search and rescue team fell to his death while climbing a mountain in California's Sierra Nevada, authorities said Tuesday.
Which Schools Can Apply For In-Person Class Waivers?Which schools and counties can apply for a waiver to return to in-person classes? And how many plan to?
Body Cam Video Released Of Deadly Police Shooting In StocktonStockton police released body camera video from a deadly police shooting last month. 
Former Google, Uber Engineer Gets 18 Months For Stealing SecretsA former engineer at Google and Uber pleaded guilty Tuesday to stealing confidential information from Google’s self-driving car program and received an 18-month prison sentence, according to the Department of Justice (DOJ).
Off-Duty Stanislaus County Sheriff's Deputy, Friend Save 3 Peoples' Lives After ATV Crashes Into DeltaAn off-duty deputy and friend who were out just enjoying an afternoon boating in the Delta were in the right place at the right time and saved three peoples’ lives.
Parents, Teachers React To State Paving Path For Elementary Schools To ReopenCalifornia elementary schools that are ready to open their doors may get the green light from the state after new guidelines from the California Department of Public Health were released Monday.
Learning Curve: Prioritizing Students' Social And Emotional Health NeedsMental health impacts remain a symptom of the COVID-19 pandemic, months after it began. This crisis mixed with distance learning has its own effects on students when not in the classroom.
California District Attorneys Urge Roger Goodell To Pull NFL’s Stephon Clark PSANFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is being urged to pull a public service announcement that talks about the death of Stephon Clark.
Technical Issue Has California Under-Reporting Virus CasesA technical problem has caused a lag in California’s tally of coronavirus test results, casting doubt on the accuracy of recent data showing improvements in the infection rate and number of positive cases, and hindering efforts to track the spread, the state’s top health official said Tuesday.
California Health Insurance Rates Increase Slightly For 2021Health insurance premiums for the 1.5 million Californians who purchase coverage through the state marketplace will go up an average of 0.6% next year, officials announced Tuesday.
Roseville Kidnapping Suspect Crashes Maserati While Fleeing From AuthoritiesA man is under arrest and facing charges of kidnapping after an incident in Roseville on Monday that ended with him crashing his Maserati while trying to escape from authorities.
3 Employees At USPS Facility In West Sacramento Test Positive For CoronavirusOfficials say several employees at the U.S. Postal service facility in West Sacramento have tested positive for coronavirus.
2 More San Quentin Prisoners Die Of Suspected Virus ComplicationsTwo more inmates at San Quentin State Prison near San Francisco died from what appears to be complications of the coronavirus, corrections officials said Monday.
Unarmed Minuteman 3 Missile Launched From Vandenberg AFB In Test FlightAn unarmed Minuteman 3 intercontinental ballistic missile was launched from California early Tuesday on a test flight to a target in the Pacific Ocean, the Air Force Global Strike Command said.
Stockton Navy Sailor Chris 'Bobby' Gnem Remembered As Inspirational And Kind-HeartedChris 'Bobby' Gnem joined the Navy after graduating from Lincoln High School in 2016.
ICUs Remain Overwhelmed In San Joaquin, Stanislaus CountiesThe coronavirus is showing some signs of slowing down in California, with the exception of the Central Valley, which is now the state's main hotspot.
Woman Reports Attempted Sexual Assault Along Davis Bike PathPolice in Davis are urging residents to be on alert after a woman reported an attempted sexual assault along a bike path over the weekend.
Waste Management Worker Michael Jodoin Killed On the Job In Grass ValleyA Waste Management worker was struck and killed by a woman allegedly driving under the influence Monday morning in Grass Valley. 


Sacramento City Council Passes 'Strong Mayor' Ballot MeasureSacramento's "strong mayor" proposal will be on the ballot this November.
California To Let Absent Lawmakers Vote During PandemicThe California Assembly changed its rules on Monday to let lawmakers at high risk for the coronavirus vote on bills without being present in the chamber, defying advice from the Legislature's own lawyers who say the new rule is likely illegal.
Navy Investigating Video Of Dogs Attacking Colin Kaepernick Fill-InThe U.S. Navy is investigating an incident in which dogs attacked a “Colin Kaepernick stand-in” during a K-9 demonstration during a 2019 fundraiser at the Navy Seals Museum in Florida.
California Lawmakers Were Globetrotters Before PandemicIt was a different era for California lawmakers before the coronavirus pandemic: business-class flights to Japan, stays at 5-star hotels and dinners with local politicians in the name of promoting economic ties.
CBS13 Investigates: EDD Grilled Over Unemployment Failures In Legislative HearingThe Employment Development Department was in the hot seat Thursday as lawmaker’s grilled agency leaders about their unemployment failures amid the pandemic.
'Building Bridges': How Karen Bass Became A Leading VP ContenderA dozen years later, the bridge-building, unassuming style that colleagues say made Karen Bass an effective leader in Sacramento is among the reasons she's emerged as a leading contender to become Joe Biden's running mate.