Movie Theaters Closing As Sacramento County Slides Back To Purple TierTower Theater was among those shutting down Friday, just five weeks after reopening.
Road-Trip Movie 'Sacramento' To Star Michael Cera, Maya Erskine And Michael AngaranoMichael Cera is set to join Maya Erskine and Michael Angarano in the leading roles of an upcoming movie titled "Sacramento," which will follow friends on a road trip from Los Angeles to the capital city, Deadline reported on Friday.
Northern California Gets More Rain, Mountain SnowThe latest storm came a week after California finally got a real dose of fall weather after months of hot, dry conditions that fed wildfires.
Businesses Struggle As California Is Only State Not Open For Conventions: ‘We’re Probably Not Going To Make It’California could lose big events to other states as it's now the only state that is not open for conventions or other big meetings. 
Sacramento Police Bodycam Video Shows Shooting Of Pocket Stabbing SuspectThe Sacramento Police Department has released body camera video of the early November incident where officers shot and killed a stabbing suspect in a Pocket neighborhood apartment.
Controversial Homeless Hotel Project In Sacramento's River District Falls ThroughA controversial plan to house the homeless in Sacramento has been canceled.
Sacramento-Based Tower Records Makes Comeback With Online MarketplaceA Sacramento music icon is back. Tower Records is selling vinyl, cassettes and CDs again – not over the counter but online.
Sacramento Businesses Push Back Against Tier RestrictionsTime is running out for businesses in Sacramento County to operate indoors, but now there's a movement to revolt.
Gun Rights Group Sues Sacramento Sheriff Over Firearm Confiscation RecordsA gun rights group is suing Sacramento County Sheriff Scott Jones, alleging his agency violated the public's right to access gun confiscation records.
Sacramento State Student Run Over During Natomas Sideshow 2 Months Ago Released From HospitalIt's been two months since a sideshow crash seriously injured Sacramento State student Austin Dubinetskiy, and now he is finally home from the hospital.
Sacramento Code Enforcement Pulls Plug On Midtown ‘Free Fridge’The city of Sacramento is pulling the plug on a “free fridge” in midtown.
Arrest Made In Toppling Of Capitol Junipero Serra StatueAn arrest has been made in connection to the vandalism of the Junipero Serra statue in Sacramento's Capitol Park, CBS13 confirmed. 
Sacramento Passes Ordinance Banning Leaf Blowers On Bad Air DaysSacramento leaders have passed a ban on leaf blowers, but only on bad air days. 
Vietnam Veteran Homeless For 30 Years Finds Housing With Help From Volunteers Of AmericaA local veteran is celebrating this Veterans Day in a place of his own after more than 30 years of homelessness living along the American River.
Suspect Who Rear Ended Detectives In Unmarked Car Arrested After Chase, Crash On I-5Authorities say they have arrested a driver after a chase that started when on-duty Sacramento police detectives in an unmarked car were rear-ended.