Police Use Multiple Avenues To Monitor Protests Happening In Downtown SacramentoThe Sacramento Police Department was in force on Wednesday as demonstrators took to the streets to protest.
Sunday Security Surrounds State Buildings, Capitol Ahead Of InaugurationBiking around the Capitol, a game of football, all normal activities on a sunny Sunday met with a site you may expect to see in a movie.
State Capitol Protests Over Weekend Small Compared To Heavy Police PresenceOfficials were prepared this weekend for potential unrest ahead of Inauguration Day, but the small groups of protesters that gathered at state capitols across the country were dwarfed by the heavy presence of law enforcement.
Sacramento Businesses Back, Bracing For ProtestsNo matter what happens this weekend, downtown Sacramento businesses -- many, just reopening this week -- are preparing to take a hit.
With Parler Out, Other Apps File In To Cater To Conservative GroupsAfter Twitter banned President Trump and Amazon suspended Parler, new apps are already gaining popularity in their place.
Sacramento Law Enforcement Preparing For Possible Armed Protests As Inauguration NearsAfter rioters stormed the U.S. Capitol, the FBI is warning all 50 capital cities of potentially armed protests as inauguration day nears.
Sacramento Police Chief, Mayor Speak On Reoccurring Protests Downtown: 'It Is Already Out Of Control'Sacramento Police Chief Daniel Hahn says officers have been dealing with violent demonstrations on a weekly basis at Cesar Chavez Park.
Gov. Newsom Releases Recommendations On Police Tactics During ProtestsGov. Gavin Newsom outlined new recommendations on how police respond to protests Tuesday.
Drivers Surrounded By Protesters: What Should You Do?Ultimately, it comes down to the demeanor of the crowd and if the driver is directly threatened.
Man Swings Sword At Crowd During Police Brutality Protest In Downtown SacramentoIt appears crowds were less destructive Friday night, but CBS13 crews witnessed several instances of graffiti and some damage to buildings.
Hairstylists, Cosmetology Students Describe Race DivideAfter repeatedly being denied service by high-end salons because her hair was perceived as “too difficult” to style, Kanessa Alexander took an unusual step. She opened a shop of her own in a predominantly white Boston neighborhood with four Black stylists serving all hair textures.
Mayors Want US Agents Blocked From Portland, Other CitiesThe mayors of Portland, Oregon, and five other major U.S. cities appealed Monday to Congress to make it illegal for the federal government to deploy militarized agents to cities that don’t want them.
CHP Officers Clear Protesters From Governor Newsom's Fair Oaks Mansion Demanding Mass Clemency For California InmatesProtesters are making their voices heard on behalf of people behind bars in California on Monday.
Black Lives Matter Protests Have Not Led To Coronavirus Spike, Research SaysDespite warnings from public health officials, new research suggests Black Lives Matter protests across the country have not led to a jump in coronavirus cases.
Sacramento Won’t Prosecute 43 People Cited On First Night Of CurfewPeople cited for violating curfew on the first night the ordinance went into effect in Sacramento earlier in June are getting a reprieve, city officials say.