4 Arrested After Unlicensed Contractor Sting In Camp Fire Disaster AreaAuthorities say four allegedly unlicensed contractors have been arrested for trying to take jobs in the Camp Fire disaster area.
Identity Released Of Woman Shot, Killed At Midtown Sacramento Parking GarageThe identity of the woman who was shot and killed at a hospital parking garage in Midtown Sacramento has now been released. 
6 Butte County Jail Inmates Have Suffered Opioid Overdoses Over Past 10 DaysIn just under two weeks, authorities say they have dealt with three medical emergencies involving a total of six inmates for opioid overdoses at the Butte County County.
'I Feel Hopeful': Rebuilding Paradise 3 Years After The Camp FireMonday marks three years since California's deadliest and most destructive wildfire swept through the town of Paradise. It burned 19,000 structures, 11,000 homes, and killed 85 people back in 2018.
Along With Drop In Water Level, Lake Oroville Sees Drop In Labor Day VisitorsLabor Day at the lake looks a lot drier this year. Water levels have dropped to historic lows at popular spots all over the region.
'Drive Sober': Mother Has Strong Plea After Drunk Driver Convicted In Son's DeathAlthough relieved justice has been served, the teen's mother spoke with CBS13 as the family is still understandably heartbroken.
Man Arrested For Starting Fire Near Thermalito In Butte CountyAn Oroville man has been arrested for starting a fire in Thermalito in Butte County last month.
First Responders Assigned To Dixie Fire Rescue Boy From Drowning At Redding HotelA group of first responders helping in the Dixie Fire jumped into action to prevent a different kind of tragedy.
Big Rig Trailer Collapses In On Itself Along Highway 99 In TurlockTraffic is slow on northbound Highway 99 through Turlock due to a big rig trailer that looks like it partially imploded on itself Monday morning.
'It Looks Like a Horror Film': Dixie Fire Evacuee Shares Firsthand Perspective As Firefighters Battle BlazeCalifornia's largest wildfire so far this year continues to burn through Butte, Plumas and Lassen counties. The Dixie Fire merged with the Fly Fire overnight on Saturday and forced more people out of their homes, and burned parts of tiny towns to the ground.
Tamarack Fire Grows To 66,744 Acres; Containment Improves to 27%Containment has improved to 27 percent in the Tamarack Fire which has burned 66,744 acres since its July 4 start.