Arden Neighbors React To Arrests In Foiled Terror Plot At Sacramento Democratic HeadquartersA foiled terror plot in Sacramento was stopped by the FBI.
'Extremely Disturbing': 2 NorCal Men Charged With Plotting To Bomb Democratic Headquarters In SacramentoTwo Northern California men in federal court were charged with conspiring to attack the Democratic headquarters in Sacramento in a plot to overthrow the government, the U.S. Department of Justice said on Thursday.
Animal Rescuers Concerned About Longtime Domestic Rabbit Population At Citrus Heights ParkA battle over bunny safety is boiling over at a Sacramento County park.
Axes, Sling-Shots and Guns: Road Rage Incidents Spike Amid PandemicSince the pandemic began, road rage incidents have been spiking nationwide. Just in the last month, CBS13 has covered crashes, shootings, and arrests all resulting from road rage.
Concerns From Salmon Advocate Group Grow As CDFW Sees Potential 'Near-Complete Loss Of In-River Juveniles'You’ve seen salmon in the river, on a fishhook, or on a dinner plate, but there’s potential for the salmon population to be severely impacted in the Sacramento River.
119 CHP Cadets Complete Time-Honored Tradition Days Ahead Of GraduationAfter an unprecedented 75 weeks of training, more than one hundred California Highway Patrol cadets completed a long-running tradition Wednesday morning.
City Of Sacramento, Downtown Partnership Offering Return-To-Work IncentivesBack to business, the City of Sacramento and the Downtown Sacramento Partnership are teaming up on a big giveaway in hopes of bringing employees back to the metro.
'Going To Be A Void Forever': Loved Ones Remember Victims Of Deadly Natomas CrashTwo women killed in an overnight crash on Garden Highway in south Natomas have been identified.
Downtown Sacramento Posts Second-Hottest Day On Record With 113-Degree HeatThe Sacramento heat on Saturday broke a daily record and was the second-hottest day on record in the city's history.
'It Drains You': Keeping Cool On A Sweltering Saturday, Without Using Too Much A/CCalifornia successfully avoided rolling blackouts on a sweltering Saturday, but without cranking up the air conditioning - people had to find other ways to beat the heat.
Third Day Of 110-Degree Heat This Year Ties Sacramento RecordThe high heat on Saturday tied an all-time record for the city of Sacramento.
Sacramento Area Cooling Centers Open Amid California Heat WaveSeveral cooling centers around the Sacramento region will open up this weekend as another brutal heatwave hits Northern California.
Sammie Dacong's Fundraiser To Help Other Make-A-Wish Requests Come True Reaches GoalA fundraiser to help other Make-A-Wish requests come true that was started by Samantha Dacong, a Sacramento teen who recently died from cancer, has reached its goal of raising $165,000.
A Mask Comeback? Capitol Mandate Leaves People Wondering What's Next For the StateA minor coronavirus outbreak in the California assembly has lawmakers and staff wearing masks once again. It's got some wondering, is the whole state next?
Mask Mandate Reinstated At California Capitol After Positive COVID TestsA mask mandate has returned to the California State Capitol after at least nine workers tested positive for COVID last week, including four who are fully vaccinated.