Dry Start To Winter Prompts Low California Water AllocationCalifornia's water managers on Tuesday preliminarily allocated just 10% of requested water supplies to agencies that together serve more than 27 million Californians and 750,000 acres of farmland.
Natomas Man Sets Up Santa Mailbox To Spread Holiday Cheer During PandemicA Natomas family added a Santa mailbox to their yard this year to help make sure children's letters and wishlists can get to old St. Nick.
Christmas Craze: Trees In Short Supply Around Greater-Sacramento RegionTrimming the tree early? You aren’t alone. It seems like everyone wants to brighten their home, but finding a tree is almost like seeing Santa.
Cashing In On Nature: Some 'Opt Outside' Instead of Shop on Black FridayThe inside of stores wasn't the only place to find people on Black Friday. Many people chose to #OptOutside, but it's more than a hashtag. The idea has significant mental health benefits.
Small Businesses Try To Stay Afloat Amid Pandemic, Holiday Shopping SeasonSacramento business associations are doing all they can to promote Small Business Saturday this year.
Which Retailers Will Be Closed On Thanksgiving This Year?The pandemic has transformed the holiday shopping season. Another major difference this year: People planning to shop on Thanksgiving will have fewer options than they have had in the past.
Rocklin Church Holds Packed Indoor Services Despite COVID RestrictionsDestiny Church in Rocklin held several indoor services this past weekend as parishioners gathered to hear popular host and author Charlie Kirk speak.
Gov. Newsom Issues Month-Long Curfew, Starting Saturday, For Counties In ‘Purple’ COVID-19 Alert TierSacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones says his deputies will not be enforcing compliance with county or state-level health orders related to COVID-19.
A Mother's Quest For Peace: What Led Officials To Christie Wilson's Body On Her Killer's PropertyNew information has been uncovered in one of the most baffling murder cases the greater Sacramento area has ever seen.
Is There COVID On That? CBS13 Swabs High-Touch Surfaces To Find OutCBS13 investigative reporter Julie Watts swabbed some high-touch surfaces to find out where COVID might be lingering and how surface tests might be useful.
Suspect Wanted By FBI Attempts Underwater Escape On Sea ScooterA suspect in a $35 million Ponzi scheme is in custody after trying to escape arrest by using sea scooter to hide from FBI agents in Shasta Lake.