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.
South Lake Tahoe Families Celebrate Labor Day By Coming HomeNo crowds, but families returned to their homes after the El Dorado County Sheriff’s Office lifted Caldor fire mandatory evacuations.
Questions Remain After West Sacramento Standoff EndsPolice in West Sacramento are urged residents of one neighborhood to stay inside as they respond to an incident. 
More Schools Closing Due To COVID OutbreaksSeveral rural California schools are temporarily closing because of covid outbreaks.
Thousands of Unused ‘Vax For The Win’ Gift Cards - 'Procedural Errors' May Have Prevented Some From Redeeming ThemCBS13 has learned as many as a quarter of those vaccine incentive gift cards had not been redeemed by late August - and hundreds of thousands of dollars in Vax for the Win gift cards may have gone unused due to errors by the state.
'I Was Honestly Convinced This Place Was Gonna Go Down': Evacuations Lifted For Thousands In TahoeThousands of people who fled South Lake Tahoe under threat of a wildfire were allowed to return as crews stalled the flames from advancing, but many shops remained dark Monday and the resort town's normally bustling streets remained quiet.
5,400 SMUD Customers Without Power In Rio LindaThousands of SMUD customers are without power in the Rio Linda area early Monday afternoon.
'You Can See Retardant All Over These Hillsides': Firefighters Aggressively Attacking Bridge Fire Near AuburnHundreds of firefighters are battling the Bridge Fire just outside Auburn on Monday.